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Old 2012-06-11, 04:23 AM   [Ignore Me] #966
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Re: Planetside 2 Needs Prone


Originally Posted by Phellix View Post
Planetside 2 is exactly what i'm expecting it to be, nothing like any other FPS out there, and a great sequel to PS1. But saying it's nothing like the first one would be wrong, in a lot of ways they're going to be different- very different, that doesn't constitute it being a shitty modern shooter. With that said not all modern day games need every aspect like you're suggesting, why do you think games, more specifically FPS's nowadays die so quickly? People get bored with the bullshit and retarded abuse of cheesy strategy's.

PS is not like any other game out there, period. Nobody can compare it, and nobody should, it's got a league of it's own no other company can even dream to compete with.

You call it poor mechanics, I call it my favorite FPS Since 2004 when i started playing PC games.

Let it go Stew.
I was mostly comparing only the gameplay mechanics wich was the thing he point out

i dont want planetside to be a 8 vs 8 game i dont want planetside to be instance and not open wold i dont want planetside to be 2 factions instead of 3 i do not want to see the factions back story change i dont want to see the scales reduce etc..

But i was talking gameplay wise its nowhere near eachothers

iam agree with you planetside 2 become whats i was expecting from it a great sequel with solid modern shooter mechanics but also with a awesome learning curve meaningfull battle day and nigth cycle HUGES SCALES 3 way battles , awesome base figth , awesome team work and leadership options

all those thing do not exist in others modern fps but the gameplay of those fps are pretty solid but the scales and depth is boring

planetside have all the solid feature from planetside and all the solid feature from modern fps gameplay mechanics

and for me its perfect its a WIn Win situation
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