Really? Then that reflects on your playing skills. Which is a shame.
C'mon Serv- that comes across as somewhat elitist, not to mention unnecessarily rude/insulting (at least that's how I'd take it if it were directed at me).
We're all better at some things where others aren't so good, and vice versa. For example: I ran through ME1 on the 360 without dying once, whereas when my friend played it - who is infinitely better at some games than I am - couldn't get through Eden Prime without dying a couple of times (and yes, on the same difficulty).
Sometimes there's a trick to defeating something, and most people fall straight into the trick by accident, some because they think about it and watch the AI tactics, and others keep dying a few times before they figure it out because they don't necessarily see it straight away. It has nothing to do with playing skills.
OK my bad. There has been times I have died actually 1000 times in certain games. Call me stubborn. Actually I am stubborn stupid family trait. Then I have smashed the controller into bits. But then I can go OTT some times.
[Edited by ServiusTheBear, 2/19/2012 12:39:46 PM]
Haha, I think we've all been there before