Stryder chassis with 40mms never got that fix.
what gimmick? still having the best loadout and still be a pick before scorch/ns/legion?
point is presets did fuck all for diversity in playstyle because FOTM will always exist and perfect balance will never happen, so people naturally go for the most versatile option
Haven't played recently but the buffs he received were incredibly powerful
scorch blows by design because area denial means fuck all on the majority of maps, especially if every other titan STILL performs better in general and in most situations. same reason hardly anyone picked ogre with TT. you can make different options more equal when you have factors where they're relevant, but those simply don't exist a lot in tf2 (and respawn's shit balance doesn't help either).
written by a bunch of tryhard faggots who don't even play the game
yet still were able to deliver better arguments than the screencap of a total shitter - but it's ok, considering how respawn bent over for them tf3 will have an even lower skillceiling than OW and you'll feel right at home. they might even remove rodeo completely, considering how many fucking crutches they gave you to deal with it in tf2.
they were all hidden deviously enough that I found the fun in obtaining them was its own reward.
Can't say I had much of a problem there. Pics or it didn't happen.
you fucking wot? climb anything outside to see if there's a helmet behind it and run into a wall because NOPE SORRY MAP ENDS HERE. even $1 asset-flips set better boundaries.
As opposed to the deep, nuanced characters of the first game
still beats "chosen one with buddy robot" for cheap emotional effect when said buddy dies.
1) Your complaint here is MUH IMMERSION, which invalidates it
yes, why have a campaign that makes sense in-universe as long as you can have cool setpieces amirite?
I'll take adventurous bad writing over mature writing for mature gamers such as yourself any day of the week. Stop pretending the first game had any kind of narrative beyond the bare minimum required to mark it as complete so it could ship on time.
except tf1's campaign played it straight with 2 factions of different shades of gray and their own plausible motivations - if you think giving characters and factions more depth than MUH HONORABLE REBELS vs LE EVIL SPACE NAZIS means "mature" I can't really help you, but it's ok, we were all 15 once. you probably think davis is hilarious too. what IS hilarious tho is that tf1 managed to do more with less.
BT's line about the IMC "destroying houses rather than building them" is the only thing I can imagine you'd be talking about, but that's only a single line of dialogue.
seriously, fuck off. you ask me if I played the campaign? did you? guess you missed the level full of colonists abducted to experiment on or the FUCK HUGE FOLD WEAPON WHICH HAD IT'S OWN LEVEL. neck yourself.
And I'm sure a man with a wicked sense of humour such as yourself only laughed at the puerile predictability of the writing before replaying TF|1's campaign and CAPTURING HARDPOINTS like a true intellectual.
imagine being so mad you have to resort to ad hominems and confuse arguments
but yes, macallan sacrificing himself was definitely a bigger twist with more impact and much better setup. but keep reading 50 shades and think it's god's gift to literature.
's a shame it took place in a generic hardpoint match; it doesn't make up for the rest of the missions which don't have fancy intro cinematics.
omg you're so right, what was respawn thinking tying 9 of 15 launch maps into the overall storyline and not just have cool looking setpieces connected by linear corridors?! a single 4h campaign you play once and drop afterwards is SO much better!!?! (btw, how many maps does tf2 have by now? when you have to include live fire maps and remasters and still come up short it's kinda sad)
I mean it's ok, I enjoy stuff like the transformers movies as much as the next guy, but at least I'm not stupid enough to run around and try to convince people it's the best shit ever. STILL waiting for a solid argument how tf2 is better than tf1, all I've seen so far are reddit-tier debate skills combined with "it's should be fixed now" and "can't remember/didn't notice" that would make a politician blush.