The Resistance and Killzone games would indeed be superior choices to the Call of Duty series. I'd personally go for Bulletstorm, though; not only can it be found for cheap, but its actual gameplay wipe its dick on Call of Duty's tired pillow.
I'll check those out.
However, I AM going to buy MW3. I was just curious for some insight off someone who's played it. I'm more in it for the story than anything else.
But I appreciate those suggestions and I'll have a look at those and perhaps look to buy them. FPS are something that I'm missing right now, so the more I have the merrier!
^^^Wow somebody else who actually likes MW for its story. Major props TT. That's the reason I play them too. Thing is that the campaign is so short that if one goes into it just for the single player, it's really hard to suggest a purchase (unless you have the money to do it of course). I enjoyed ME3 though. Gave it two playthroughs during my time with it.
I thoroughly enjoyed the story in MW2. I enjoyed pretty much all aspects of the game though; special ops, multiplayer and all. Me and my friends had hours of fun playing MP against each other, trying to complete all special ops on veteran mode, playing online, playing through the campaign on veteran. I'm gutted that my disk's given up on me :(
If I buy MW3, I'll definitely play more than just the campaign, I always make sure I get my money's worth from my games. And in all likelihood, I'll be buying second hand anyway, so it won't be costing me a lot.
And yeah, ME3 was AWESOME. I'm still reaping (see what I did there ;) ) the benefits from that!
I hear ya there. Looking forward to the Omega DLC.
I never get tired of saying it: Playstation Plus is hand's down the best value in all of console gaming. That you can get the Playstation credit card, buy a pack of a gum, and then get a year's subscription for free (plus $50 to be redeemed on the Playstation Store) is even sweeter.
Anyone played the Prince of Persia series? I have been looking into it on a friends plug and it seems to be similar to what Creed has become. Not sure exactly what the time element adds to it, but was wondering what you guys thought.
Have yet to play any beyond that one ^