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Nimemaliza Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 2

#9
I was thinking of replaying these games all over again especially the one that started them all for me. COD2. I used to be so good that I used to play on the touch pad on my laptop. Siku hizi nimekamata mouse ya Dell ya comp mzee. Iko na cord refu karibu ikuwe wireless mouse.
 
#14
Ebu jaribu Operation Flashpoint: RedRiver. Its an old game but still got good graphics and it ain't heavy nor a RAM hoarder (I play all my games on PC). In the game, you get a more commanding role; A team leader in a 4 fire-team squad and you get to assign various commands to all/each of the Marines in your team. At first, I found it difficult to play with that extra responsibility a player has given that I was used to the normal COD, Battlefield, MOH etc gameplay. I uninstalled it. Later on...much later.... I tired it again and after learning it a bit, I got to enjoy it more than COD really coz, together with its missions, you get to feel more like a soldier in a war zone. Its great.

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PS: If you are into such role playing combat warfare, then you can also try ARMA 3...a somewhat predecessor to the Operation Flashpoint franchise. Actually, its more of a warfare simulation; you do get an in depth role compared to RedRiver. Plus, you can get DLCs for extra missions and equipment.

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I personally haven't tried it but, as you can see from the images, its a game that requires a good rig if you would want to play it. Again, this is totally different from how COD or MOH's gameplay experience is.
 
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#16
Ebu jaribu Operation Flashpoint: RedRiver. Its an old game but still got good graphics and it ain't heavy nor a RAM hoarder (I play all my games on PC). In the game, you get a more commanding role; A team leader in a 4 fire-team squad and you get to assign various commands to all/each of the Marines in your team. At first, I found it difficult to play with that extra responsibility a player has given that I was used to the normal COD, Battlefield, MOH etc gameplay. I uninstalled it. Later on...much later.... I tired it again and after learning it a bit, I got to enjoy it more than COD really coz, together with its missions, you get to feel more like a soldier in a war zone. Its great.

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PS: If you are into such role playing combat warfare, then you can also try ARMA 3...a somewhat predecessor to the Operation Flashpoint franchise. Actually, its more of a warfare simulation; you do get an in depth role compared to RedRiver. Plus, you can get DLCs for extra missions and equipment.

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I personally haven't tried it but, as you can see from the images, its a game that requires a good rig if you would want to play it. Again, this is totally different from how COD or MOH's gameplay experience is.

Black Ops 2 had some mode where you take control of any soldier when defending that kaplace from attack. Halafu mimi nilichapa Mason headshot... Did not know that the game had different endings if you shot him or failed to capture Defalcao
 
#17
Black Ops 2 had some mode where you take control of any soldier when defending that kaplace from attack. Halafu mimi nilichapa Mason headshot... Did not know that the game had different endings if you shot him or failed to capture Defalcao
I honestly can't recall this coz for some COD games, I never got the time to finish their campaigns. Actually, there are alot of games I have never finished including one Tomb Raider 2013 :D:D. Hiyo ni game nataka sana kuimaliza. Still got my save files.....somewhere.
 

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