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I noticed during my 5th season in Franchise Mode with the Browns that I could move down in the draft one spot and gain a first round pick in the next draft. While I don’t really enjoy making videos or posting blogs about Madden and some of the flaws therein, I must admit that the more I play this game and pay close attention to the trades and what I can do from a front office perspective in Franchise Mode – the more I notice exploits and flaws like this.
If you play games online chances are good that you have run into a hater… or maybe you are the hater. In either case, it should be known that there is a way in which you can respond without making yourself seem like the immature person that initiated this contact.
This video is for all of the gamers out there that play a legit game and get showered with haterade by the kids that get upset.
There are a ton of Modern Warfare 3 videos out there. We have a few on our site and channel on YouTube. However, there are also videos out there that are under the category of ‘Only In Battlefield’ – this is one of them.
While you can use C4 in MW3, you can’t do the things with it that you can in Battlefield 3 (or even Bad Company 2). Hopefully you get some new ideas about C4 after watching this video and reading this post. Keep in mind that it is a four step process to use C4 –
Equip C4 (Only in Support Class) by pressing Right on the D-Pad
Deploy (Place) C4 with Left Trigger (L1 on PS3)*
Run Away (If you can/have time)
Detonate (Blow Up) C4 with Right Trigger (R1 on PS3)*
NOTE – Special Thanks To ElvishGoalie for letting me know that my PS3 controls were mislabled.
After skipping out on Call of Duty Elite I was feeling upset that I didn’t have the new maps that Infinity Ward released to the Elite Community. After thinking about how dumb I would feel to pay $50 for two maps that are being kept from the rest of the lowly gamers out there that don’t want to continue to bend to the will of Activision’s new subscription service – I started thinking about some of the better maps I have played (DLC or not).
Modern Warfare has a habit of releasing older maps that people enjoyed (or at least they assume people enjoyed). Some of my favorite maps from old Modern Warfare games haven’t made it into MW2 or MW3 yet. The beauty of these maps are that they are on games that you can buy used for much less money than MW3. Even if you have to buy map packs in order to play some of these, it will still be cheaper (and more enjoyable) than some of the maps in the newer game(s).
My favorite map from any Modern Warfare game has to be Broadcast –
While some maps give you the ability to do one type of strategy over another, Broadcast really allowed people to post up and snipe from either the TV station or the buildings outside. You could also run around and gun people down as you flank from the many doors and corridors inside and outside.
Another map from COD4 is Backlot
In Backlot, you need to master the art of grenades and stabbing to accompany your aiming skills for which-ever gun you prefer. I loved this map because it allowed me to approach every match with a new tweak to my style of play. New players find new ways to play maps and it was always a breath of fresh air to play this map because of that.
Modern Warfare 2 had its fair share of decent maps as well. One of my favorites was one of the biggest maps in any COD game – Derail.
It is one of the most fun and frustrating maps you will ever play. If you get into a bad run, it is really difficult to rebound… however, if you get a strong killstreak and find your ‘groove’ you will probably end up with 25+ kills. This can be said for any map really, but I really found this map to allow me to run the huge landscape and sprint-stab my way to victory by simply out-flanking the opponents.
The last map I miss is Storm
I truly enjoyed this map when I downloaded it from the Stimulus Package DLC on MW2. It is a big map with rain (it is titled ‘Storm‘ for a reason) and that is one of those things that really adds to the mood of a map. Fighting in tropical or arid places is nice, but it isn’t a true depressing/scary warzone without some rain and lightning. Not to mention the sniper/assault friendly layout gives a bit of leeway to people that prefer one over the other.
This post will be updated with gameplay from these maps to accompany the pictures.
If you are annoyed with having to wait until March to play the new maps on MW3, just go back and play the older games and enjoy some ‘new’ old maps!
You want to build your team through the draft but you can’t get that coveted 1st round pick from another team for the coming draft? Happens all the time… If you want to stock up on your picks this video will show you how. Even if it is based on bad trade logic. Hopefully EA fixes this in Madden 13.