A new live-action trailer
(commercial) promoting Call of Duty: Ghosts is titled "Epic Night Out,"
offering a stark reminder of just how ill-equipped we gamers are to fill the
action-packed roles we take on in games like the military shooter sequel. The
clip shows a crew of couch potatoes going all Michael Bay on their enemies
without even so much as a Hot Pockets break, though realism is restored when
Megan Fox appears on the screen as an uber-gamer.
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Creston wrote on Nov 4, 2013, 11:02: Probably true, but on the flipside, they have guns, ammo, and know how to fire them. And they would likely hit what they aim at.
You could hand me a gun, and it'd take me 5 minutes to figure out how to load the clip, get it ready and turn the safety off. And then the odds of me hitting something would be... I dunno? Maybe all the murder simulators I've played would genuinely make me a good marksman?
Reminds me the story I heard from a gun store owner. Some kid comes in, wants to buy a rifle with a scope. Guy hands him one. He looks through the scope. First thing he says is "How do you make it zoom?"
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