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Default Battlefield 3 Co-Op - Possibly the most stupidly constructed pathways ever?

What the fuck were they doing putting a helicopter mission as one of the two missions you have to complete to get access to the rest of the campaign tree? Seriously?

I play video games like B3 to relax, I don't want to have to spend 12 hours practicing how to fly a good dam virtual helicopter just to get access to the rest of the god dam campaign, what's more you have to rely on somebody else who most likely doesn't have a mic (and therefore you can't communicate with him) or is fuck knuckle retard to do most of the killing. To make matters worse other than mic there is no way to communicate with the other person to give any indication of which way the chopper will turn and there is no way to decide who is playing which role.

I've tried to pass that level in excess of 50 times probably and no fucking joy. What the hell were they thinking... I mean really. Slow... clap.... for the mouth breathing retard who made that decision. Making the choppers in B3 harder to use than the likes of COD doesn't make this game any more tactically superior, if I wanted that I would play ARMA 2 and would put the effort in.

Because of this monumentally idiotic decision I am forced to play the other mission again and again to get the unlocks. Maybe I'm just a moron and everybody else I've ever played with is as well but to me, that is a level designing mistake a down syndrome affected monkey who'd recently been hit but a truck wouldn't have made.

(I'm on PS3 if anybody wants to help out btw )
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