Ok I have never been one of these people that think "because its old its not crap" I still play the SNES every now and then. Any of you even know what that is? I imagine the more mature readers will. The "old = crap" idea is the overall impression I get from the gaming community today. Like people saying "oh they wont patch this / that / or the next thing BECAUSE the game is 2 years old"
Well why not? We the consumer, you who pre - ordered the game paid in full for a game that would later get hacked to the point of no return. Get a shrug of the shoulders by the developer when you ask one of their employees to stop "CTRL + C'ing and CTRL + V'ing" to create MW3 to create a simple patch, a simple update, to put a stop to the hacking.
I have lately been in several modded / hacked / infected / ruined lobbies NOT BY CHOICE.
You can hardly go in a match on COD4 without there being something that shouldn't be in the game.
The numbers of players in the playlists have actually grown quite a bit, I remember when I first got MW2 17/3/11 or 3/17/11 to our buddehs across the water. The average number during daytime GMT was about 9000 it dropped a bit to 5000 stayed there for a while then is now back up 9000. There also seems to be a lot of new players joining in on COD MW2, is this because they got sick of MW3 or because their parents got them the wrong game at christmas?
9000 divide by 12 (the maximum amount allowed in TDM) = 750
750 games going on at one time we assume 1/4 of those are hacked thats 3000 HACKED LOBBIES 250 PEOPLE IN A HACKED LOBBY
We assume 1/2 those people WANT to be in a hacked lobby thats 125 hackers
Nobody cares though. Nobody gives a damn enough to care because its an old game, and they have some "projects" to do "that are so amazing and superior in every way with an extra hint of mediocrity and banality induced by the severe feeling of not knowing if your playing the new game or black ops or MW2"