I have spent countless minutes, hours, days, and even weeks in virtual war. I know the drill -- grab your rifle, and by that, I mean your death ray that only simulates our puny real-world weaponry, with its illusionary sound effects and ejecting cartridges. Regardless, grab that rifle, and prepare to face one of the following outcomes: encounter an enemy, win or lose the firefight, snipe or be sniped by an enemy, hit the frontlines gung-ho to meet your death, or taste the sweet nectar of victory: there is relatively little variety shooters provide in terms of gameplay experiences.
Of course, that doesn't stop developers from adding in perceivably more 'content' than their competitors
5. Dezember 2009