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Battlefield 2042 Microtransactions vs. Call Of Duty, Super Smash Mario Kart and MultiVersus

Battlefield 2042 Microtransactions vs.  Call Of Duty, Super Smash Mario Kart and MultiVersus
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Battlefield 2042 Microtransactions vs.  Call Of Duty, Super Smash Mario Kart and MultiVersus

Battlefield 2042 is a first-person shooter game released in 2021 by Electronic Arts and developed by DICE. It was released on November 19, 2021 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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So the hype for this year’s Call of Duty is starting to build, and since it’s a Modern Warfare game and not set in space or WWII or whatever, I expect it to be much more successful than last year. past. Will it, though? Many people have been critical of the series recently, and I must confess that I haven’t played much since the last Modern Warfare game was released.

Maybe I’m just weird, but I’ve been playing a lot of Battlefield 2042 recently. Unlike the apparent majority, I didn’t hate it when it first came out, and while the updates haven’t changed the game, it’s gradually getting better.

For me, it doesn’t really matter if it’s the best Battlefield or not, since that kind of game works better for me. The more participants in a match, the longer range combat, the vehicles, the more focus on teamwork, it all makes it more intriguing to me.

In my opinion, it’s better than anything Call of Duty has done in recent years, including Warzone. I know the stats don’t back that up, but that’s how I feel. I’m curious if anyone else feels the same.

Kart from Super Smash Bros.

I’ve been playing the new Mario Kart 8 DLC tracks and they are fantastic. Waluigi Pinball and Kalamari Desert are amazing, and I’m really enjoying the new track in Sydney. The full season pass is also great value for money, so I’ll settle for sitting back and waiting for everyone to come out.

I find the lack of anti-gravity odd, given that it’s the original game’s key selling point, but as GC points out, Nintendo doesn’t seem concerned about it, preferring to push Mario Kart Tour instead.

It makes me wonder what will happen to the next numbered game, as I’d rather they stick with the more realistic visuals from the first game.

. I had forgotten how many non-Mario characters there are in the game, so I’m excited for the series to become Smash Bros. but with karts. Given how long it may be until we see a new Smash Bros., it seems pretty much guaranteed today.

Xbox P-series

With the announcement of the new Tencent handheld console, I wonder why Microsoft has never tried to create something similar. They’re not promoting their cloud gaming too much at the moment because it’s still in its early stages, but I’d be surprised if they don’t try to promote something similar once it gets going.

They could basically make their own version of the Switch, except you wouldn’t need the doc, and it would basically always run games that look as good as a good PC. I’m sure they’ll give it a horrible name, but other than that, I’d like to see what Microsoft does differently from the others when it comes to portable designs.

Microsoft is behind Sony in terms of controller design this generation, so perhaps they can try out some new concepts this way. I would be intrigued.

Spider-Man’s defense

I think the unspoken problem with these Marvel games is the difficulty in determining who you’re fighting. Spider-Man almost gets away with implying that he doesn’t kill any of the goons he fights (even though he absolutely would given the moves he makes), but in everything else they’re constantly fighting robots, which which is stupid, but there is a reason for it.

I’m sure Disney doesn’t want to portray their heroes murdering hundreds of hapless humans, but that’s exactly what would happen in the average video game. The Iron Man suits are full of lasers and rockets and who knows what I don’t think I’ve ever seen them I’m sure Disney doesn’t want to show their heroes massacring hundreds of defenseless humanity but that’s precisely what happens in a typical video game Iron Man suits are packed with lasers, rockets, and who knows what else; I don’t think I’ve ever seen him use a Tazer. So who will he fight? I guess robots. It was in the virtual reality game.

And who will Black Panther fight? They might be able to get away with Spider-defense, Man’s, but he can’t catch people or throw them out of the way. He simply has huge claws that serve a single purpose. So probably robots once again.

The only other option is aliens, but there aren’t many of them.

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