Merry Christmas Eve and Happy Holidays all! The end of the year is quickly approaching and between the Holiday Shopping and mindless hours in new video games, I am unable to properly oversee or promote the Community Game of the Year event. So we are switching things up! If you would like to nominate a game you can do so by replying to this post or you can still write your post on why you are nominating the game as your personal Game of the Year!
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I will compose a post on January 1st tallying the results and announcing the game that was voted the Community’s Game of the Year!
- Nominate a video game that you have played this year (does not need to be released this year) in the comments or with a blog post.
- There will be a Twitter Poll going up on December 27th with current nominees. You can vote for your favorites here as well.
- Nominate a game by December 31st!
Lightning Ellen has entered her Game of the Year in a countdown format, see what she has been playing and their ranks by clicking here!
Happy Tuesday Players! This past weekend was the Call of Duty World Championships and after watching several of the matches, it got me thinking about my Favorite Call of Duty Perks of all time! Power Up Players for my Perks Ranking List!
Since there are plenty of perks that morph from game to game, this will be a 3 part series where I will rank my favorite perks depending on the Class that I am using. Today’s post will be my ranking on the Perks I MUST have when using an Assault Rifle (AR) Class. Assault Rifles are my preferred guns to use when playing Call of Duty ( or any First Person Shooter FPS). The Perks that I pick for this class help me have the movement of a Sub machine gun player, without having to be all up in the heat of the battle.
The Scavenger perk allows you to pick up backpacks of ammo and tacticals from dead bodies on the map. Scavenger is a must have perk when I’m running an AR because I don’t have to worry about running out of ammo. I rarely use my sidearms (unless you count me using my knife lol) so making sure I have plenty of Bullets in my Scar or M16 is vital to my survival.
Overkill is a perk that I’ve always used in Black Ops 2. Overkill allows you to trade in your sidearm for another primary weapon. This class was very useful when I was playing Black Ops 2. I could have a sniper class with a secondary as a sub machine gun in case I needed it for close range combat. My primary use of Overkill was to have my AR the M16 in hand with a side arm of the MSMC sub machine gun.
# 3- Stopping Power –
Stopping power is a perk that I like to have on an AR class. Depending on the game you are playing, Stopping Power has different uses. My favorite version is the use in MW2 where Stopping Power has increased bullet damage and can assist in destroying player streaks faster like shooting down a Pavelow or Harrier plane.
#2 Lightweight –
Lightweight is a very useful perk as it allows the player to move faster. I can’t play any class without having lightweight because it’s so slow without it.
#1 Sleight of Hand –
Sleight of Hand is my favorite perk because it lets you reload faster. This perk can be found in just about all COD games, but my favorite version is from the Modern Warfare 2 where unlocking the Pro version of Sleight of Hand gives you Fast ADS (Aim Down Sight). Faster aiming is great because after sprinting I can engage in a battle quickly.
Those are my favorite Call of Duty Perks for my assault rifles. Do you play Call of Duty? Did you watch the Call of Duty World Championships this weekend? What are your favorite perks? Let’s talk FPS!