Comment posted Call of Duty: Black Ops is the Best-Selling Game in the U.S. by Splitting Void.
I was disappointed in MW1 so I didn’t buy any CoDs afterward.
Recent comments by Splitting Void
- Sony reveals 3DTV in a visor
Damn, if it works without a TV and with 3D Blu-Ray then I’m sold. I can just chill in my cramped space and play games and watch movies in 3DHD. Only drawback is that others can’t really watch with you, but I mostly play games by myself anyway.
- Crytek boss believes PS Vita may struggle against mobiles and tablets
I don’t even want mobiles or tablets for gaming…because for one thing their controls and tech aren’t ideal for gaming, and for another thing most of their games lack length, depth, and replay value unless you’re bored out of your mind out somewhere and have a few minutes to play something that looks like it could be made with flash and played for free on the internet. I still think of the PSP and Vita as a portable console to play in the comfort of my room without a console or while I have some time when I’m away from home. As far as I’m concerned, it’s a different market and I don’t want to see the portable console market’s triple-A games die just for the app game market. I have little interest in wasting time playing variations of tower-defense games on an iPod Touch if I have the opportunity to get into a rich storylines, detailed design, and hardcore gameplay on a PSP or Vita.
- What the PSP did right – and wrong
I’d take big killer games like Monster Hunter Portable 3rd Dissidia Duodecim and Bleach Heat the Soul 7 over Angry Birds and Plants vs Zombies or Pokemon any day. For me the PSP most often wasn’t the kind of thing I intended use to pass a couple minutes, I personally would play quickie games on a smartphone for that or just listen to music. My fat original PSP did work well being carried in my bag to school or in my cargo pants pockets to pass free time with my friends or when I went on trips or long commutes and felt like relaxing with some quality progressive games rather than quickie games that get repetitive fast. I thought of the PSP more like a portable console and I prefer it to be that way.
- Sony Confirms Network Pass Program
I don’t buy used games unless they’re dirt cheap anyway so buying another pass isn’t a big deal to me.
- The State of Playstation Home
I’m not much of a social chatting person. I like helping people and teaming up with people in MMOs and multiplayer games through. Games that give you in-game currency to buy stuff would be good.