Cod isnt good anymore
Debate Rounds (3)
We assume the burden of proof is on Pro to show how Cod (or Call of Duty) is not good and how it once was good (as infered from the resolution).
I assume my opponent's first round was his opening statement, not an actual argument.
I therefore await my opponent's opening arguments.
"My arguments is that youtuber and Activision's despie for money is ruining cod."
This argument has no source, and we dismiss this as a bare assertion. Pro has not shown how youtuber and Activision's despie are ruining Cod. We simply do not have enough evidence to conclude that Cod is not good anymore.
Evidence that youtuber(s) and Activision's despie are not ruining Cod.
Activision publishes Cod. It doesn't destroy it. I don't think Activision has a despie. Acording to the only source I could find on the subject, a despie is a "female roleplaying character that concerns herself only with obtaining a boyfriend, by any means necessary." Pro must mean something else.
Also, how do youtubers ruin games? That's like saying critics ruin art, or viewers ruin TV.
Thank you for your reply, Pro.
Pro's final argument seems to attack the Cod fandom and the community more than the game itself, which is what I thought we were originally talking about.
Pro mentions 3 things that we might say are bad (that directly relate to the game): lag, hit detection, and microtransactions. But we do not have evidence that this is the case from the sources that Pro cited.
Even if this is true, it may be the case that the games are good, but when too many people get on the servers, there is a burden that even good games cannot handle. It is conceivable to get too many people on any server. Are we going to call games bad because they can lag?
Pro says that Activision's desire for money is ruining Cod. But I cannot really agree with this argument because a lot of companies are money-hogs and they make 'good' products. Take Nintendo, for example. Nintendo and Disney care about nothing but money. But a lot of people really like their products. It is unwarranted to criticize a product just because its producer doesn't have good motives.
Pro mentions microtransactions, but we do not have evidence to criticize or endorse microtransactions.
Pro also describes a relationship between youtubers and Activision; apparently there is a bit of bribery and other 'behind the scenes' corruption. But it still could be the case the games are really good and they just need advertising. While I may disapprove of their methods, advertisement and publicity (in any light) is viewed as a good thing and generates sales.
The BoP (Burden of Proof) is simply not fulfilled by Pro. Pro describes somethings that are bad for games, (like lag) but these were not backed by any sources, so we cannot say they are in the Cod games, or that they are even bad. Game developers sometimes use 'slow-mo' effects that might be considered bad, but they also might be considered good.
Pro goes on to describe a conspiracy between youtubers and Activision, but this doesn't necessarily make the games themselves are bad.
The only sources Pro used were based on the sales of the game. But we cannot infer that Activision desires money just because they made money. So we do not have good grounds to say that Activision is even a greedy corporation.
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