Bobo888 wrote:It should lose horribly but it wont. There's too many casual gamers who just buy cod and fifa every year.
Starskream wrote:Battlefield offers everything you could want or expect from a Military shooter though it still cannot and probably will not catch up with the popularity of COD
tazzrats wrote:I honestly don't think Call Of Duty stands a chance, yes it has faithfuls, and yes it dominates the younger market(which from an age rating stand point is stupid!) But COD is simple, it is copy and pasted, and personally since MW2 has not deserved a single rating higher than 6/10.
Hollg wrote:I beleive the Cod games will still lead on the 360 and ps3. But on the new consoles it will take second place. Battlefield 4 at 60fps and 64 players will finally give the gamers the games the old consoles could not deliver. Ghosts will pretty much stay with the same old format. Everyone buys the cod games and complain about the cod games. But it always ran at 60fps, and that made for a game that ran smooth and reactive to your input. That is why we continued to buy it year in, year out. Now we can get that with bigger better games, the cod games need to make big changes.
Dave2123 wrote:I have to disagree there; I think that this isn't much difference between them. Yes, BF is a bit better from a game play mechanics stand point, but I'm a single player guy and I did BF3 on normal, then hard ,and then on easy to get all the achievements and I did that in about 15 hours. CoD, however, gives you a lot more for your money. Obviously, neither are really that good for single player and you probably think I'm a bit silly for playing them, but CoD is far more enjoyable for me.
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