Hey! that's my right as a gamer! anyways I gave up on Gears1 during the first underground mission, where it's all yellow goo everywhere. multiplayer was as I said, get killed right off the bat then wait forever to do it all again. I don't get how you are supposed to learn a game like that. Gears2 I never even tried MP since 1 left such a bad taste in my mouth, the single player seemed like more of the same. I'm not big on cover heavy games. I'm a run-n-gunner. Well the single player game is... whatever... I see it as more of a practice run to figure the game out. If I had a 360, Id MAKE you play with me. I guarantee you would like it... but actually I have no real idea of what you ultimately like. In multi, say you get a team of us in here from 1emu, and let everyone get good and warmed up, you would enjoy the game. Id have to agree as when you get a good feel for the game, when you pull something off, it does feel quite rewarding. I feel as if I am not doing the game justice in my discription. If only I can word it better. Depending on your team adds tremendous gameplay. Even if I fail... I'll come back the next round, and be quite motivated in sending some active reload up their nose. Watching your 6 as you go up the stairs or what-have-you. Posting up behind pillars and whatever. Calling out to you what I see... and formulateing a quick plan as the battle unfolds realtime. It is so tactical... I love the sh!t out of it. I like it that much more because I am so accustomed to Unreal Tournament and the like... 1 man army games. You know, alot of times in gears, there isnt enough time to really make up a plan like that. Games like Rainbow Six allow you to do that but not gears. Communication works best in gears to tell your teammates where the other guys are hiding, how many people are in that hidning place, what weapons they have, if they are paying attention to him or you for a suprise attack, and the most important thing to do is to watch behind your partner and let them know if someone is behind them. But on PC, thats rare since not alot of people use mics. Its kind of everyone goes in solo.