First Person Shooter games


First Person Shooter games

First person shooter (FPS) games are to the video game industry what WWII movies are to Hollywood. When in doubt, make an FPS. It gives users maximum freedom as they can control the camera. Games like F.E.A.R and Crysis have really used that in innovative ways, but then came Battlefield, Medal of Honor and Modern Warfare, which quite frankly, could very well have been called Battle for Honor or Modern Sniper and nobody would have been able to tell the difference. This is worse than EA’s sports games reselling ideas, because ft least we could get Pro Evolution Soccer out of that. FPS games force you to think why is everyone happily spending money on practically the same game the only difference being names of characters and voice actors. .
I have a fair idea that some of you might still say that these games have improved game modes, have tremendous replay value and the network game play is off the charts. However the point is, aren’t these just add-ons? They’re supposed to improve the gaming experience not replace it. This is like having a phone that runs all the apps you like and has a great camera but can’t make any calls. There’s no point to add-ons if they are being added on something terrible.
I may sound like I am ranting against the companies, but I insist that I’m not. As I said, they’re predators and modern gamers are wounded prey. Still, if gamers show a little solidarity as a community – World of Warcraft and Team Fortress 2 is proof that we can – and simply refuse to accept poorly made games, game developers will have no choice but to offer quality products to this ever enthusiastic market. In the meantime I’ll wait for the time I can show gratitude to game developing companies for giving me an amazing gaming experience, once again.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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