In returning to a World War II setting, the Call of Duty series has gone full circle from space-age weaponry. The first game in the Call of Duty series was set in World War 2, but it was also part of a gaming generation where the community was growing weary of all the first person shooters set during World War 2, with competition from Medal of Honor, Battlefield 1942, Red Orchestra, Brothers in Arms, and even a popular Half-Life mod, Day of Defeat.
Now the community is tired of shooters with over-the-top infantry abilities such as wall-running. Also, since there have been no World War II first-person shooters made this decade using modern game engines, it makes sense to return to a World War II setting for an interpretation using modern game engines.
Welcome to my 2016 countdown of the top ten video games with the best graphics from last year. Any gaming countdown has room for discussion, so I want to hear your opinions. After seeing my choices, leave a comment telling me what games you thought were ranked too high, what games were ranked too low, and what games should have been included but weren’t.
So what makes a “gaming router” a “gaming router”? With many electronics, and headsets are the worst offenders, the “gaming” branding is just exactly that- the branding, but with cost and performance significantly below comparative value to other electronics without the “gaming” branding. Does the Netduma R1 continue the trend of overpriced peripherals with “gaming” branding, or are its features actually worth paying the premium for instead of opting for a more budget-minded option?