Little to none changes? I didn't know that previous CoD's had Kill confirmed, or the new flag holding mode. I also didn't know that Shit Ops had Survival Mode or strike packages.
Call of duty is a great franchise, and it's how I started gaming. Ever since the first call of duty. If your not a dumbass, you understand why they keep creating these games. Yes, money is a part of it. But also, if there is 900,000+ gamers playing CoD in the US alone, think worldwide. Black Ops sold over 5,000,000 copies on the first day of the release. That's $300,000,000, US wide. Second day was $250,000,000. And it's still ranging from $50K-100K a day now, even though black ops is still an unfinished game. They make it for the fans. Activision's main game IS call of duty.
Any FPS Player has played this, I guarantee it. Whether it's 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, or 8, call of duty is a great franchise and I'll still play it even when I turn 30.
Battlefield on the other hand, is a money hogging game. I like the game, but.. from EA, it's shit. If the game was how it was made by activision or sledgehammer, you wouldn't have to buy the game always new. You can't even rent the game to play multiplayer. If you want to play multiplayer, you really must get it new. If you buy it preowned, it's actually $65. It cost $10 for an online passcode.
If EA wasn't a money hoarding business, they wouldn't claim that for a multi-billion dollar business, is that having 400,000+ players on is a big deal for their servers. Really? Bullshit. It's not. Not comparing, but call of duty does it daily without pass codes, AND they are worth less.
Both Call of duty and Battlefield are good games. Can't say both companies are good, because only 1 is. Like another 4,000,000 people, I'll be getting MW3 at mid night release in 18 hours.
In the mean time, I'm going to see how many times I can finish a masturbating session with no porn. Wish me luck.