With all the new games coming out, most of them re-hashes, i've noticed something consistent about the newest versions.
MW2 had new backgrounds, new colors, and more shit for your guns.
BO had even more of that shit.
-Really each multiplayer sequel allows more, this is just BO.
Anyway, what i'm wondering, is all of these games are for VAGINAS.
Seriously, if its M fucking rated, let me put my OWN avitar from photoshop, or even let me put my fucking OWN clan tag. Cuss word not allowed? YOU SAY IT IN CAMPAIGN? WUT THE FUCK.
In all seriousness, when a game's major selling point from the previous is "more customization"(BO) let me fucking put what i want.
Personally I never like to play CS much. But thats just me.
And when it comes to CoD, all of this customization mess is moot, considering I make my own instead. I just think its absurd that they are trying to market FPS games with a selling point being User customization. I mean really? Face paint? Thats just stupid shit. You cant even see yourself in the game, and I can guarantee nobody else gives a shit about what color your characters face is.
If you want lots of customization, go play the sims or something. I am tired of this stupid shit infecting my FPS games.
I must agree. Although not much of a CoD fan (BFBC), that kinda does fuck up a game. But if they do all of that, it would practically make it rated A, seeing how the ESRB is going. Rated M is starting to lean on the not so mature side. I mean rated M is dead space 2, CoD edition. I wanna see brains splattering, hands on the ground still bleeding, and blood everywhere. But of course companies these days are too pussy to make something like that. If they did do the things you want though, it should be rated A. I've never seen a rated A game in gamestop before... even though I don't go there a lot, but even still.
I miss the days of Soldier of Fortune. When companies weren't afraid to go gore. Now-a-days if a company makes a violent game they are subject to getting sued by stupid parents that would rather blame video games for their children's terrible behavior, rather than their awful parenting.