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Sorry, my phone won't allow me to post on comments. It is really surprising that a COD has that much content. Impressive. Glad your about done!
To get my money's worth, I play though on every difficulty level. That means this is my forth (and final) play-through.
It is a different experience on the harder difficulty levels. I don't think I really understood the second to last level until this last play-through.
At the last checkpoint you are assaulting a building, and eventually trigger a set-piece. On the easier difficulties, it is really easy to just run up close, take cover, and occasionally pot shot some enemies. On the hardest difficulty, I finally understood the need for the sniper rifle and rocket launcher you can find laying around, and the different cover available. That stuff just wasn't needed before, and now I understand the way the level was meant to be played. I also figured out what exactly triggers the set piece (I think).
Same thing with the last level on the second hardest difficulty. There is a section on the parliament floor. I mostly just killed people on the easier difficulties. On the second hardest difficulty, I figured out exactly who to target to move the objectives along.
Granted, a lot of the harder difficult only stems from the waves of grenades that the enemies throw right on top of your head even if they shouldn't be able to see you. And their crazy accuracy and reaction speed. And the fact that they all seem to wear crazy good body armor. It is unbelievable the number of times I put a rifle bullet into someone's chest, and instead of acting like they got shot, they just take aim and near insta-kill me instead. So that part of the game just kind of sucks.
Completed Call of Duty: World at War level Heart of the Reich on Veteran.
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BraLoD said: theRepublic said: Skylanders pretty much started this whole thing. Nintendo saw how successful it was, saw how it could easily fit in with their very popular mascot characters, and copied how it worked. You want to blame someone for this, blame Activision. And blame them for starting it last generation. Don't even try and deny it. Even Disney...
BraLoD said: theRepublic said: The worst thing this generation? No, wrong on two counts. First, as others have pointed out, their has been plenty of worse business practices this generation so far. Second, and I don't think anyone else mentioned this yet, but it didn't even start this generation. Amiibo are Nintendo's copycat version of Activision's Skylanders. Skylanders...
Education: Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
University: University of Missouri
Relationship status: Married
Favourite Games: DS
Animal Crossing: Wild World
Brain Age: Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day
(Don't judge my DS collection too harshly. My girlfriend bought most of those games.)
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem
Star Wars: Clone Wars
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell
Diddy Kong Racing
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Command & Conquer: Red Alert
Rise of Nations
Grand Theft Auto 2
Final Fantasy X
Donkey Kong Country
Super Mario All-Stars
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
Super Mario World
Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
Mario Kart Wii
Metroid Prime: Trilogy
Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition
Super Mario Galaxy
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
World of Goo
Gears of War 2
About Me: I have been gaming since the late 1980's.