I've really been into Call of Duty.:) During my winter break, I was able to screw my perfectionism over and beat Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Reflex Edition on "regular" difficulty. I've beaten Call of Duty 3 two or three times. I still haven't beaten Call of Duty: World at War yet, and my stupid perfectionism keeps holding me back...:x Why can't it just go away?:cry: When I play a video game, I have to be as perfect as possible; it's only good when I actually achieve "perfection" in the game, which is extremely rare. If I "die" in Call of Duty (or any game), I want to pull my hair out! I also hate getting shot in Call of Duty because it's unrealistic. If you get shot in real life, even once, you're gonna go down. You can get shot in Call of Duty five times and still "live". There are exceptions in Call of Duty 3 though. If I'm riding in the jeep (in CoD 3) driving past Nazis, it's impossible to not get shot. However, any other time I get shot in the game(s), it bothers me.
The following image visually describes me when I'm at a peak of annoyance with my perfectionism:
If I could kill my perfectionism with any weapon of my choice, I would use the M1 Garand, one of my favorite Call of Duty (WW2) rifles: