|John "Creexul" Cable 01/02/2003 |
I don't really care.
|Blizzard was kind enough to give Korea its own Warcraft 3 server, so this little girl can kek her heart out against American capitalists. |
It's really good to build up a huge army and ravage the
enemy base, complete the objectives and do all that happy horse
SHIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! But then you finish the mission, and it's like,
"hey, where the fuck's my huge powerful army?" You're playing as the
same people but you have nothing, none of the minerals or lumber or
units. It's like 2003 now. This isn't Japan, it's America. The
other PC games I have actually remember what I did last. I'm playing
this game with a computer, THAT HAS A HARD DRIVE. Get with the
fucking times, Blizzard. I HAVE A MOTHERFUCKING HARD DRIVE, YOU
Eventually, you play to a certain part, and if you have any life or
soul left in your withered husk of a human being, you'll just say,
"you know what, FUCK THIS BULLSHIT." There are only so many times you
have to rebuild an army that you've already built up the last map,
while enemies that are actually stronger than the guys that you have
attack you occasionally. Every time you fight like a couple enemies,
you end up losing a few guys. With a lower supply limit in this game,
you only have half the army THAT THE FUCKING ENEMIES DO. They'll have
an army like double your size. Why? I have no fucking clue. Suck MY
dick you miserable sons of bitches, you fuckin BUMS.
Playing the game the first time through IS the replay
factor, since you're essentially playing the same mission over and
over again, which are essentially the Starcraft missions over again
minus most of the fun and the larger armies you could have in that
game. Even the occasional "facility" levels where you get no
resources and you're not supposed to build, but explore, are identical
to each other really. They're supposed to break up the monotony of
the normal missions, but they're too straightforward and generic.
Just select all your dudes, have them attack enemy dudes until you
wander your way through a designated ending point.
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Some queer fantasy shit. By the way, at the end of the game,
a giant tree explodes and kills a giant demon guy. If I wanted to be
thrilled by a dramatic climax like that, all I have to do is close my
eyes AND FUCKING THINK OF IT. The Diablo 2 ending was cool. Not this
fucking bullfucking queertasm.
You didn't get sick of this from Starcraft multiplayer?
Then here's a suggestion, go play some Starcraft multiplayer.
|Here, some dudes fight a giant purple badger. This is about as much variety as you'll get in this game.|
Here is where the game really shines! They let you use
cheats that help you skip through the game. I enjoyed this feature
very much, because it meant the less time I wasted pushing the "go"
button on the "make more dudes, use up more resources because like one
enemy came over and killed five of your dudes" machine, and the sooner
I got through that aspect of the gameplay, the sooner I got to the
interesting part. Which would be uninstalling the game and clearing
up space so I could install Medal of Honor, which may have some
frustrating total bullshit moments and snipers/machine gunners that
can hit you through extremely thick fog AND trees(?????) but at least
the game had an M1 Garand. Warcraft 3 has NO fucking M1. What a
bunch of fucking bullshit.
None. Every single game should have an M1. The only
thing that keeps Half-Life from getting an 11 out of 10 is the fact
that it has no M1... until you download Day of Defeat, then it has an
M1, and Half-Life gets its deserving 11 out of 10 score. Warcraft 3's
M1 score would have to be a 0 out of 10.
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It's got shiny new graphics and it's pretty fun at first.
Until they make your character creep around an enemy village. Stealth
in an overhead third person RTS? GIVE ME A FUCKING BREAK. Just turn
on some of the cheats when you decide you've had enough of the most
repetitive gameplay in the universe.
John "Creexul" Cable