I have been playing fps since the first halo all of my childhood and now i cant play them anymore they are just boring to me i had to push my self to finish halo 4 and bioshock infinite and since it is summer i bought a PS3 and got resistance and couldnt play it at all cause it just bored me to death any one else having this problem?
As others have suggested, you could just take a break - shooters will be around for a while yet, so you can always come back later.
On the other hand, here are some FPS suggestions: If you're not after constant gunfire, try Arma 3. If you want a classic single-player shooter, play the original Deus Ex. And if you and your friends enjoy co-op, get into Swat 4. All these games have a lot of flexibility, allowing for very different approaches/playstyles. The latter two will also run on just about any machine.
@christopherson329: you're not sick of shooters, you're sick of bad shooters. halo, gears, killzone, cod, moh, and killzone are all the same type of game. Try metro, stalker, fallout, dozens and dozens of others, grab old rainbow six, SWAT 4, classic ghost recon, future soldier, ghost recon online somewhat, day of defeat, CSS, etc. mods are your friend man, move to pc and keep going.
Well if it makes you feel any better. I cannot get into MMOs anymore. I sunk thousands of hours into Guild Wars and its campaigns. I created lots of memories with Guild Wars (good and bad). So, I just can't get into any other MMOs because I'm afraid of getting that attached to any game ever again. I don't play MMOs anymore and now I view every MMO at arms length.
@nabokovfan87: Not sure I've ever seen someone recommend Fallout for its shooting before.
More about for the story/world and the fact that a damn wasteland is a whole lot more interesting than call of duty and friggin' halo. Take that for an ironic pill. Lol.
You should get a gaming PC and play some real FPSeseseses... Which is what I would say if I were a troll.
Maybe you just need a change of pace.
Try not playing ANYTHING for a while. Read a good book, watch a TV show, listen to music, go for a walk, do something completely unrelated to video games until you feel the urge to play again. This is in complete earnest; any activity will become tiresome regardless of quality... or genre, frankly.
Shooters have been the most competitive genre for the better part of two decades now, and that competition has turned out quite a few amazing games to date. It's funny to see people waxing nostalgic about games like Quake 3 and Unreal Tournament. Having played those games at the time, I distinctly remember how the gaming press complained about how tiresome and repetitive shooters had become,and then the onset of more tactical, multifaceted shooters like Halo: CE and Battlefield 1942 came along and took the genre by storm. And now we have people asking for the polar opposite.
I'm not against fast shooters at all: they recently increased the default movement speed in Halo 4 and it made a big difference in how much fun I was having. I would just caution against painting older shooters with Nostalgia-Spackle, pretending we wouldn't all be bored of Quake 3 within a week if it launched as a new game today. After all, why are Unreal Tournament 3 and Nexuiz the after-thoughts they are today?
Aye, definitely take a break from the FPS or at least the multiplayer/competitive ones. Stick with ones like Left4Dead or other co-operative ones where you don't have to worry about jerk players on the other side or find the ones that have a decent single player/story to them but definitely take advantage of things like renting games or the steam sale & pick up a few different genre games to find what you might also like. GLHB!
Same here, only that my problem's the fact, that there hasn't really been any interesting FPS games since Bioshock - Infinite. I'd still play Black Ops 2, if it would go for cheap...hopefully end of this year/new console generation will bring forth something interesting for this genre.
i've been playing FPS's since wolfenstein and last night i started Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon and love it.
i never play the same genre back to back though.
before Blood Dragon it was The Last of Us, before that it was Tomb Raider, before that The Swapper, before that Bioshock:Infinite. etc... i mix it up to keep it all fresh as i can so i don't get bored.
Shooters are my favorite genre though FPS or TPS