I can just imagine the dlc, will come with 12 characters, the rest $5 a pop :'(
I honestly didn't mind the shooting on 3. I think my main problem was I didn't like how they changed primary and secondary fire from being R1/R2 to using the d-pad to toggle it.
The game was overflowing with content, but for some reason I didn't like it as much as TS2. Even though the campaign in TS2 hardly had a story worth mentioning, I remember finding it much more enjoyable to play through.
Mainly the maps, weapons, and gameplay speed. It's not even a case of liking it most due to it being the first I played, because I played 2 first.
Quite a fair reasoning! I cannot say much about TS1, I only played it for the first time in recent years, getting 100% was no problem but the MP didn't keep me too hooked, though from having the trilogy extensively, beside 1, each of 'em got their strength and weaknesses.Mainly the maps, weapons, and gameplay speed. It's not even a case of liking it most due to it being the first I played, because I played 2 first.
Obviously the sequels do things better, especially in regards to the single player side of things, thanks to arcade leagues and an actual story mode, but I just prefer the core gameplay of the original, and always have done.
Planet X remains one of the best multiplayer maps ever created in my opinion, and it's a shame it never reappeared in the sequels.