Charity, do you realize you just made yourself one of the jerks? I agree it's frustrating when you feel like your the only one who knows what to do, but can you really hold it against someone who is just learning? It's not their fault you don't have any friends online
Ignorant people (new to the game) can learn. Stupid people refuse to learn. If you're new to the game and still learning the ropes, that's cool. But if I look at your stats, and you're not new to the game but you're STILL camping in our spawn, or going 1-25, then you're doing something wrong, and you should probably get that diagnosed by a professional.
No matter how bad you are at video games, you should ALWAYS be able to change your playstyle so that you don't go 0-20 every game. If you can't say to yourself, "Hey, looks like I'm doing something wrong... maybe I'll try this instead," then you have issues.
No one should look at their 0-20 score and say, "Hey, I did pretty good." But most people on this game do exactly that. And if they don't do that, they hear someone say, "Hey, maybe if you would follow your team but just stay back a little, you could get some kills and help out," and then reply, "What a *****. Don't ****ing tell me what to do, you *****."
i agree with you, but unless you are checking the stats of EVERYONE on your team and seeing how many hours they logged in, they how do you know? I check a couple of peoples, but for the most part, i can tell who the noobs are simply because when i give tips or direction over my mic for the most part, they are receptive. Not to say there are those who are "too good" to take advice, but you need to give everyone a fair shake. And you are playing some REALLY CoD noobs if thats what they are saying to you, man. Get more people on your list, bud, thats your only out.
I don't mind the new people, I forgive anyone just picking this game up since their is a big learning curve with the game. You get killed a lot when you start out. But I see so many “experienced” players of like 2 days who are just so oblivious to anything and everything.
However, I will not forgive the people with a .32 K/D ratio with (I think it was) over 2 days played online. It was so absurd it had to be a joke. K/D doesn't show the full story in a game of objectives, but holy crap no one can argue against that that person is NOT contributing in any way.
At the end of the game I couldn't believe how many points I had amassed and was surprised.
The games I enjoy the most are the ones where people think they're cool to come and try to spawn camp. I keep killing them but they still go back to the same spot.
A lot of the spawn camping is noobs, and the majority opt for the scout because the camo gives them a little bit if security in their eyes, and they're all obsessively chasing the hack. I usually end up sniping from my spawn if i really am trapped, or put down a turret. It gets boring pretty quick though. Another tactic i use when my team are useless is to troll the better team with my uav. There are times when handing them targets on a plate, still doesn't help. I've trolled the same player for what seems like ages before and still no one takes advantage. Sometimes it's just hopeless and it's time to leave for my own sanity.
You know what the solution to this could have been from the beginning?
A must be competed, unavoidable tutorial area prior to multiplayer, covering all the basics of point capturing, confidence boost, stun -> data hacking, emp grenades, and jammer.
Europeans had no idea America would show up to single-handily rescue them from destruction. That's why Europeans are so grateful to America, and why when Americans travel to Europe today they're treated like heroes. - Cracked.com
I killed three people at once with the UCAV. People don't understand that some campers are really just engineers using either the UAV or the UCAV. I babysit the objective with the UCAV and keep the enemy from getting it but some people think that I don't know what I'm doing so they get all pissy about it.