- Listening to Green Day – 21st Century Breakdown
- Playing Wanted Weapons of Fate on XBox360
- Playing Call of Duty World at War on XBox Live
- Thinking about doing some chores
- Taking it easy
- Doing a few chores
- Continuing COD5 on Veteran
- Enjoying not being at work
So last night I got The Professional achievement on COD5 (World at War) and I was so stoked! This is a pretty hard one to get, you have to take out all of Amsel’s troops in “Vendetta” with just 5 shots of your Mosin Nagant – without reloading.
For the uninitiated, there are 7 soldiers and an attack dog to kill – with just 5 bullets!
I realize this makes me seem a real gamer geek but I don’t care, I am so chuffin pleased!
- Taking delivery of a Dell laptop to replace borked one.
- Driving hither, thither and yon looking at cars for daughter.
- Doing normal work things when time permits.
- Re-started COD5 story mode on Veteran
- Team Deathmatch on COD5.
- Looking forward to the weekend!
It’s been double XP weekend on COD5. Not being one of those (predominately american) chaps who spend all day on XBox Live, I only managed a couple of hours over the weekend, leveled up a couple and unlocked some key perks, e.g. Martyrdom, Bouncing Betty and the Mosin Nagant. Could do with a scope for the Mosin Nagant though, can’t hit a barn door! Martyrdom is great, unlike the guys playing COD4 most of these haven’t twigged the need to step back smartly after a knife attack!
PS. I still hate the attack dogs! Unless they are on my side in which case it’s fun following them and gunning down the poor bloke they corner. Been there myself, after all!
I’ve been so busy with mundane shit that it’s been a month since I played on the XBox.
I just spent an hour playing COD5 Team Deathmatch on XBox live. Bloody excellent fun. Nothing beats that feeling when that +10 comes up!
“They came for our blood and drowned in their own!”
COD5 is here and it’s awesome.
I’ve started playing the story mode and it is a superb game. The graphics are stunning and the atmosphere it creates is wonderfully realistic. Treyarch have done a super job and I love the special moments where they pay homage to films, e.g. the “Saving Private Ryan” achievement and the opening Russian fountain scene from “Enemy at the Gates”.
I’ve only had time to play one game on-line – the maps are huge and it’ll take a while to get me up to the stage I am with COD4. Early days!
I’ve shamelessly “borrowed” the images from Call of Duty HQ, so why not pop over there and see what all the excitement is about! www.callofduty.com
Attack Dogs. At the moment I hate them. A reward for a long kill-streak (7?) equivalent to the attack helicopter in COD4, I haven’t yet managed to earn one so I’ve only been on the receiving end! They’re a pain, they get in your way, they distract you and if you don’t kill them or leap out of the way you’re dead. Fighting off the dogs spoils any momentum you had built up and makes you a sitting duck if an enemy is following the dogs in.
Otherwise COD WW is a great laugh, I’m certainly hooked!
Ok, a quick update. COD5 multiplayer is awesome! In the beta there are 3 maps, Roundhouse is Germans v. Russians and you get to drive a tank! The others are set in the pacific theatre, playing as either Japanese or American troops.
Levels only go up to 11 in the beta. The basic setup is like COD4 as you’d expect. Kill streaks reward you with spotter planes, artillery bombardment and attack dogs! The dogs are vicious as they hunt you down wherever you are! LOL.
The main difference to me was that the weapons aren’t as good as COD4 (obviously!) e.g. Smaller magazines, slower rate of fire, etc. It all takes some getting used to!
Anyway? I’ll post some more when I get time.