Five Reasons Why Sawed-Off Still Owns You In Gears of War 3

Gears of War 3 Multiplayer Survival Guide

If you haven’t gotten the hint that you suck and should play something else or you truly want some help getting better at Gears of War 3 Multiplayer, I highly recommend you check out the Addicted-Gamers Gears of War 3 Multiplayer Survival Guide. Or, you can keep being someone’s Sawed-Off bitch. Check out the list after the jump.

Five Reasons Why Sawed-Off Owns You In Gears of War 3

  1. Works exactly as intended.
    They nerfed it and it still does what it is supposed to do, gib you. It may not have the spread it once had and that’s totally fine because 99% of my kills come from straight up, point blank range, one shot, one kill. Nerfs don’t make you automatically better…imagine that.
  2. You still run blindly around pillars and cover.
    You spawn in. You roadie run up a street. You don’t check your corners. Someone pops out and gibs you. The gun is clearly overpowered because you stupidly run everywhere without checking corners or cover.
  3. You are a hero.
    You’re a good teammate. Your buddy is downed. You rush over to revive him like a good teammate should. You both get pasted onto the pavement and you lose the match because you were the last two alive. Your team hates you. Stop being a hero.
  4. Its a noob weapon.

    It takes no skill. But in an experienced player’s hands, it is godly. Give new players a noobie friendly weapon and guess what the veterans do with it? Dominate. If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. Otherwise, get used to the spectator mode while you wait for your respawn.
  5. Stop crying and learn to play for fucks sake!
    I can’t believe the complaints I’ve read about this gun. “There is no way to avoid it.” “It has ruined the game.” Really? Because everyone complained about the Gnasher in the previous games and now that they’ve added something new to the game and you must learn new tactics (i.e. not be a dumbass), the game is ruined by a gun that is overpowered. How anyone can complain about a weapon that require point blank proximity to effective and takes ten years to reload is beyond me. Learn to play.

 

 

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