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I also don't seem to understand why people can't admit that Battlefield 3 is better than CoD MW3. After CoD MW2 all of the other CoD's looked the same. Even Bad Company 2 was better than the other CoD's. Black Ops 2 seems to be their only hope. You can't compare Battlefield 3 and MW3. Battlefield 3 is all around better. I like both CoD and Battlefield. Anyone would say MW3 was better but that is someone who has played CoD all there life. Anyway in the beginning Battlefield was better than CoD. That one was only better graphically but it is still a good game. I like CoD but I am not a biased die hard fan.

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The games Doom, Wolfenstein 3D, Quake, and a couple of others are the start of the FPS revolution. The only thing these games have in common is that they are made by Id software. I think any game that uses their engine is in debt to them. Other gaming companies have learned to modify this engine to make their own games. Games like the first CoD make me mad about their popularity knowing they started off with an engine that wasn't theirs. This game doesn't get any credit it is absurd. Quake 3 Arena the first game to use the pak 3 files is no where near as good as the first CoD. Maybe they should have analyzed more and made better changes but it is still messed up that when they experiment and put a game out someone tries to top them with their own engine. If anyone has heard of Return to Castle Wolfenstien and wondering why I didn't complain about it is because it was made by Id. I think it could have been their come back to CoD..

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