SavageEvil wrote:It's interesting to see how quickly game sales slow down in comparison to film revenue. All of the industry gloating surrounding MW2's speedy sales masked the fact that once the launch weekend is out of the way, there's always a sharp decline. We don't see anything like a decline of this nature with Blockbuster films
Nice words, but simple fact is you don't pay 40 pounds for a movie ticket now do you?
Considering that the masses made CoD what it is, Activision/IW should be rewarding us with free DLC or something. Seriously it would do well and have your faithful CoD MW players awaiting your next game with open arms.
But my brain says that Activision will just remain as greedy as ever and not give a rats ass about consumers and continue to line their pockets. Good game, incredibly fun multiplayer but shipped with out of balance weapons for people with high level ranks double handing a shotgun with the range of a sniper rifle and immense power is stupid as hell. Get your heads straight IW.
Considering the 6-7 hours of game play the single player campaign of "MW2" offers it is all the more reason not
to pay the RRP! You get more value from most movie tickets.
Before anyone mentions the multiplayer campaign, I'll point out that for all intents and purposes it might as well be a broken part of the game for PC gamers. Setting multiplayer gaming technology 15 years back is not something to be proud of nor should it be rewarded financially, IMO.