The lights are on
What new ideas the game brings to the table and how well old ideas are presented.
How good a game looks, taking into account any flaws such as bad collision or pop-up.
Does the game’s music and sound effects get you involved or do they make you resolve to always play with the volume down?
Basically, the controller to human interface. The less you think about the hunk of plastic in your hands, the better the playability.
Flat out, just how fun the game is to play. The most important factor in rating a game.
Call of Do- WOOF, THERE IT IS!!!
The dog is going to die. I know it, and it's sad.
The reveal actually made me decide that I will be picking up this Call of Duty. I wan't see what they will do with the more power they are given and this new engine. If it doesn't seriously blow me away then that will probably the end of Call of Duty for me.
I like having a canine as part of the team. It's been successful in Fallout 3 and I bet it will work out for COD: Ghost too, just don't kill my furry companion or there will be hell to pay Infinity Ward.
"the new and unexpected CoD!!" Mind if I borrow that glorious sarcasm for the days before the release?
What if there was an entire multiplayer mode where everyone's just a dog.
Just smoke some bath salts. Won't be the first time.
haha, totally agree with you there.
I'd buy the game in a second if this happens lol. Someone call the developers and cash in on this idea.
Paws of Duty
i would be the first in line at midnight to get, and play, that game.
Precisely my thoughts...
I would take a grazing bullet wound for my dog Zoey (golden retriever, best dog ever). I would NOT die for her. I am human and she is dog, the choice is clear. Don't get me wrong, guys. I love my Zoaster (laugh because it rhymes with toaster).
Didn't Mark Rubin work for THQ?