xSwiftVengeancex

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  1. Yeah, I get what you're saying. If you prefer face-to-face combat, the maps you should gravitate toward are Argonne Forest and Suez. They're the two most linear maps in the game. You'll still get flanked from time to time, but significantly less than every other map.
  2. Other people have answered your question very well, and I agree with most of them. I do, however, want to address your point of skill You seem to have the perception that the only time skill comes into play is when you and the other person are in a firefight. That's not true with Battlefield. When you're playing Battlefield games, skill is also positioning and situational awareness. In other words, how you move around the map, and knowing what's going on around you/where the enemies are at also contributes to your "skill." So, rather than shy aware from the rewarding large-scale warfare that Battlefield is known for, I would recommend you try to work on your in-game awareness through Domination, TDM, or Rush at first. It's not really something you can teach, but with enough practice I'm sure you'll develop it naturally. When I first picked up Battlefield 3 after playing CoD all my life, I didn't have much fun as well. I played TDM for the first couple of months, but eventually I moved over to Conquest. Now small-scale games like CoD or Titanfall are boring in comparison. Hopefully you'll reach the same point with enough time.
  3. Just wanted to thank you, as I just found the 3rd toolbox later on in the sewer. I was worried for a second that I had one opportunity to get it, and blew it.
  4. Hi, so I've been playing The Last of Us for the first time, on PS4. During the sewer bit of "The Suburbs", after Joel accidentally trips that alarm, separating him from Ellie, I realized that I missed the 3rd toolbox, and it was too late to go back. My question is, would chapter select remedy this issue (and if not, is there any other option?), or am I basically screwed and have to go on without having the 3rd toolbox?
  5. But in all seriousness, I already have The Last of Us for PS4, so I'm not entering. I just wanted to say it's very kind of you to do this giveaway for the nice community going on here. Oh, and good luck to everyone looking to win this masterpiece of a game!
  6. Lies. I will always buy a physical copy of a game if it's available.
  7. I experienced the same thing but with the Kinect and Halo 4. When I finally got the Kinect, I didn't realize the microphone was automatically on when you plugged it in. Didn't help that one night my girlfriend was over while I was playing, and we had some...foreplay. The things I said...my God. At least 30 different people must've heard us. Every night, I pray that they had me muted.
  8. Couldn't you just, you know, plug in your PS3 and play them? I mean, I'd rather spend 10 minutes plugging in my Xbox 360 to play Skyrim or any other last-gen game, than to spend $349 on an Xbox One. Besides, isn't better textures, 60fps, native 1080p, better animations, any DLC content, all part of the appeal for remastered games? From what I understand, you're still going to be playing the last-gen version of the games when using Xbox One's backwards compatibility.
  9. All I need is Fallout 4 and the next Elder Scrolls game, and I'll be good for the whole generation. Other than that, though, I'm still looking forward to The Division. Albeit a little suspicious of any Ubisoft title.
  10. Well, in that case, I think I'm at a loss. When you're at the PS4 home screen, have you tried going under Battlefield 4's card, going to addons, and downloading them from there?
  11. Hmm, how long ago did you buy Premium? I remember when I got Battlefield 4 back in 2013, that when I bought premium, it took some time before my Premium purchase was actually confirmed. I'm not sure if that still holds true today, but that's what happened with me. I didn't pay it any mind at the time since no Premium content had come out yet, so it didn't effect me. I wish I could help, but that was the only thing I could think of. EDIT: By the way, from what I remember, when your Premium purchase goes through you'll get a popup in the main menu of Battlefield 4 when you load it up. Did you get something like that?
  12. Did you go to "Add Ons" and download each DLC?
  13. The Jack of All Trades is the most difficult trophy by far. The rest are relatively easy. Overall, I'd say it's a 5/10 in difficulty just because of how frustrating some of the abilities are to rank up. I personally haven't platinumed it at the time I'm writing this, but I'm one ability away from it, so I think I can judge it pretty well.
  14. In order it would be: Destiny Tom Clancy's The Division The Last of Us Remastered Edition The Order 1886 I'm on the fence for Far Cry 4, Battlefield Hardline, and Uncharted 4, though.
  15. The Online-related ones would, I'd imagine. So the ones that would require PS+ are: Hackification, Piggyback, Superhighway, Stealth Cookie, and Traced. Maybe System Mangler.