Thats it. I am lossing all faith in programmers to make a half desent first-person shooter. What is with all these writers that lead players around by the nose? And why do the grenades bounce so much? Its a grenade not a rubber ball. Next I feel we have came to a stage in programs where limits to movement are supposed to be more 'Free' than stay on this path and hope you live. The graphics for the game as well haven't changed much from Metal of Honor for the PlayStation. Time to come to the new year people. Games of destruction, free movement, and doing it how you the gamer want to do it. Being denied the ability to flank around a building because there is a 1-foot wall that the other AI's jumped over is just sick. This game just didn't keep me entertained for more than 3 hours. I just kept pausing to hit my head on the desk to make it that long. Don't rent it, Don't buy it. Wait for someone to sell it at a garage sale for 2 bucks and offer 1.
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