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Dakota99

Game Fan - 38 Game Ratings

Member Since: Apr 21, 2013

Location: Minnesota , USA

Age: 19

Bio: Obviously I love my film like most here, and also I’m avid Chicago sports fan, preferably the Chicago Bulls

Favorite Franchises:
1. Alien
2. Evil Dead
3. Fast and Furious
4. Apes Trilogy (2011-2017)
5. X-Men
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83 34% Metro 2033 (2010) - Sep 21, 2018
"I genuinely enjoyed the majority of this game. It has certain elements that are actually pretty rare. Like it’s mask And filter elements, that are actually pretty realistic given its synopsis. The gun mechanics never felt always there, and certain guns were next to impossible to use. Also the whole visions elements really took me out. It was easily the weakest part of the game as instead of adding something to the story, it really just came off completely useless and annoying."
90 61% Sleeping Dogs (2012) - Sep 16, 2018
"This is pretty criminally underrated. United Front Games did a stellar job given all of its production hiccups. The game features a pretty likable antagonist in Wei Shen. The combat is very Arkham like, and very fluid. The story is not overly long, 30 missions to be exact. However, it’s very dark and gritty and it does all wrap up nicely. I do have my gripes about the driving and gun mechanics, but those complaints are minor in the grand scheme of things. Really solid."
78 19% Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (2011) - Aug 26, 2018
"This felt like a huge misstep in my opinion. MW3 didn’t really feel like a improved upon sequel to MW2, but instead a very much subpar reskin. There isn’t much as far as a campaign goes, the multiplayer just felt off. Most guns were irrevlant, the maps had poor design and flow. It failed to even attract any pro tournaments. Call of Duty: Elite was a bust and about the only good thing was their new Face Off game type that actually had some fun to it. Very confusing miss."
92 72% Call of Duty: Black Ops II (2012) - Aug 26, 2018
"This was the first step into the “futuristic” faze of Call of Duty. Treyarch blew this out of the water in my opinion. The guns were absolutely amazing in this game, I don’t think I hated a single map, and it did feel a bit different compared to other games, which was nice. To be honest I don’t remember a lot about the campaign, they all started to become forgettable at this point. Overall, aside from its DLC practices, this is one of the best in my personal opinion."
85 43% Call of Duty: Black Ops (2010) - Aug 26, 2018
"Black Ops is held in high regard to many fans across the franchise, and it kinda put in Treyarch in the driver’s seat between all developers. There is nothing really revolutionary to it, but it’s solid in almost every regard. Mason was a solid campaign lead, the multiplayer was damn good, especially in its maps. The zombies have many classics that have since been remade into the future games. Not a whole lot to complain about here, just not all the way there for me."
84 38% Call of Duty: World at War (2008) - Aug 26, 2018
"I really just remember getting grenade spammed in every single campaign mission. In all honesty, World at War is nice return to roots for the franchise. Featuring a very good campaign, full of homages to real war. A multiplayer filled with solid maps, vehicles and iconic guns, and oh yes, the infamous first shot at zombies. WaW has its flaws, but I’m forgiving of it because it was my first CoD personally, at the age of 8 years old I absolutely loved it and created friends because of it."
96 92% Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009) - Aug 26, 2018
"This is a bit of nostalgia trip for me, as I remember being in the 4th grade when this came out, and almost failed it because of this game. MW2 is my personal favorite in the franchise, the multiplayer will forever be unmatched in my opinion, and the campaign was just sheer amounts of dumb fun, and does feature a pretty iconic twist all things considered. Along with some fun DLC, Modern Warfare 2 is a classic, it set new standards for the series and blew all expectations."
90 61% Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (2007) - Aug 26, 2018
"For its time, Modern Warfare brought a much needed resurgence to the franchise. This go around Infinity Ward was handed back the keys and doing so, launched this into full juggernaut status, as the series took off after this. COD4’s multiplayer is one of the best video games had to offer, however the real gold here, is the campaign. Bringing characters like Captain Price and SOAP into the fold, with some amazing mission design and solid story. There is no surprise this got a remaster."
75 11% Call of Duty 3 (2006) - Aug 26, 2018
"Yeah, something always felt off with Call of Duty 3. Maybe it had to do with a switch in the developer, as Activison handed the keys to Treyarch this go around, and in doing so, published a kind of stale and boring entry in the franchise. Nothing here screamed new, and felt more like a reskin of the much better 1 and 2. Fortunately, Treyarch was given another shot after this."
83 34% Call of Duty 2 (2005) - Aug 26, 2018
"The first sequel in many for the franchise, Call of Duty 2 isn’t groundbreakingly better than its original, however you see small yet noticeable improvements such as improved visuals, smoother gun play, and more creative map/mission design. Call of Duty 2 didn’t try to do too much, it takes minimal risk to its approach, and while doing so, created a improved follow up from the first one."