That's if you have some semi-decent hit detection, it's just a massive suprise to me that they've managed to f*** it up so bad when the hit detection in MW2 was a major improvement over previous titles.
New Vegas (haven't completed it yet but I'm enjoying the ride, despite the horrendous bugs)
Mass Effect 2
Castlevania : Lords of Shadow
Halo : Reach
Red Dead Redemption (like a previous poster said, was pretty boring for me, I guess I just couldn't immerse myself in the setting for...
Not really liking the MP, the annoying thing is how ridiculous some of the kill streak kills are, was playing Nuke Town, was inside a house in an upstairs bedroom, someone bombed the back yard and I died despite a bomb landing no where near me. Now granted in real life the the house would have...
Why? Surely it's safe to say it's far better to live in a society where everyone is happy than one in which everyone is miserable? Therefore why can't science guide us in moral decisions that will lead to the former rather than the latter?
Thing is if you did love Blizzard games then why work for them? Same thing with Valve, I absolutely love Half-Life so it'd be a big decision to go to work for them (even though I probably would) because once you've worked on a game you can no longer play it as a game, all the fun is taken out of...