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Old 03-12-2010, 01:10 PM   #1681
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I suck, but I have fun and try to be a good teammate. I think a lot of my deaths come from worrying more about spotting and getting ammo to people and less about staying on the move or finding good cover.
I wish there was some way to track what you do for the team. K/D ratio is very deceiving of how good/bad a player is, as in every other game.
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Old 03-12-2010, 01:18 PM   #1682
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if anyone is on 360, add me. i usually run with at least 1-2 others. would be cool to fill up the squad or if im on alone be able to get into some OSers squads.

im a good medic and always going for the objectives, many times taking mcoms alone. yesterday in one of my matches, i immediately took the whole first set of mcoms in under 5mins...dont know the map names yet tho.
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Old 03-12-2010, 01:35 PM   #1683
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I spend a lot my lives for objectives.
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Old 03-12-2010, 01:35 PM   #1684
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I suck, but I have fun and try to be a good teammate. I think a lot of my deaths come from worrying more about spotting and getting ammo to people and less about staying on the move or finding good cover.

I feel your pain. I am like a walking human shield/med kit/reviver. I shoot only to get to someone i see needs help or to be revived or when the enemy is right on me. otherwise i follow teammates around and provide suppression fire as well as spot everything. I also run at an mcom to diffuse no questions asked, usually dying in the process, but buying enough time for others to get there.

I usually get shot up first in the group, even when hiding ( that's where the human shield piece comes in). Usually gives the others a chance to turn around and kill the enemy who fragged me.

Still though, there is no tangible way i can think of to measure the kind of player i am trying to be. That's why i am constantly thinking of just going back to basics in order to get better with k/d's. even though they mean nothing, people still look at that stat for whatever reason. Even i do, and subconsciously it makes me feel i am not doing enough to help the team.

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Old 03-12-2010, 01:38 PM   #1685
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I suppose SPM (score per minute) would be the best indicator for telling how good of a teammate you are.

A lower Kill/Death + high SPM would mean you are taking objectives, reviving, repairing, spotting, healing, and ammo filling. Or if you are on defense defending near the point, disarming or killing attackers.

Of course we would need to figure out what your average player is doing then we could make VoRSP (value over replacement squad player)


Also, I would imagine you would need to control whether it was a Squad action (which earns more points per action) than if you weren't in a squad.

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Old 03-12-2010, 01:46 PM   #1686
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My K/D was like .6 a few days ago, I had to make some adjustments to this game as I never played the first one and played BF2 on the PC.
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Old 03-12-2010, 01:56 PM   #1687
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i find that the 360 version the bullet does a lot more damage...the pc takes almost a whole clip...
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I suppose SPM (score per minute) would be the best indicator for telling how good of a teammate you are.

A lower Kill/Death + high SPM would mean you are taking objectives, reviving, repairing, spotting, healing, and ammo filling. Or if you are on defense defending near the point, disarming or killing attackers.

Of course we would need to figure out what your average player is doing then we could make VoRSP (value over replacement squad player)


Also, I would imagine you would need to control whether it was a Squad action (which earns more points per action) than if you weren't in a squad.
yea... I played some Squad deathmatch too and the slower pace of points (without the objectives or as many vehicles) brings SPM down a bit too. I was close to 200 SPM until I started playing SDM. But overall, you are correct that SPM is much greater indicator in Objective games as to your contribution to a WIN.
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