Which one of these is better?

Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by Linkiboy, Feb 4, 2007.

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  1. Red Steel

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  2. Call of Duty 3

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  3. They all suck

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  1. Linkiboy
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    So... any reasons for your answers?
     
  2. [M]artin

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    Red Steel flat out blows donkey balls.
    Call of Duty 3 could have been cool, if it didn't ditch the online play [practically what made COD a great franchise].
     
  3. ChowMein

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    Between the two, COD3 is better... you might want to wait for a decent FPS however.
     
  4. Linkiboy
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    So far I'm leaning towards CoD. More opinions please.
     
  5. science

    science science rules

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    YEEEEAH
     
  6. imgod22222

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    red steel kicks ass because nowadays there are about a million different WWII games, and to any and all people who think that red steel has bad controls, they are retarded. It makes sense on paper, and it makes sense while playing. Or you obviously sucked at playing MPH. Having a Japanese mafia shooting game is fun "Damn you Gaijin!" Gaijin = foreigner
    Anyways:
    swords = kickass
    guns = kickass
    swords, guns, and nades = pretty cool
    asians with swords, guns, and nades = uber cool!
    WWII people with the exact same thing = WTF? since when does the military issue samurai swords?

    And i think i made all that so incredibly hard to follow that it is worthy of being said by me.[​IMG] try listening to me in a real conversation.