Could you by any chance send that cinema to me too, Micthy ol' buddy?
Fawlty, I just watched that game you sent me, and here's what I made of it:
At the beginning, you decided to make your way towards the RPG. Good call since high levels usually means 1 or 2 guys FAL'ing it up at the top = difficult kills.
When making your way across the top level, make sure to have your camera pointed towards their base.
You'll want to know if and how many that are going to make the race for the RPG a hard one.
Now, when coming down the second case of stairs, there is no need to have your camera pointed towards the first set of stairs.
There is almost never going be one of their guys at your side this shortly into the game.
Instead, keep the camera focused on the basement and at the same time keep an eye on the ticker in the lower left corner.
By listening for FAL shots, and seeing if anyone gets killed or not, that will usually give you a pretty good idea of where people are.
If you decide to stick around where your other teammates are (Mitchell and the other guy) then DON'T just stand there.
See what Mitchell did? He took cover and decided to wait for the opponent to come to him.
Since Mitchell was downstairs before you and decided to retreat, that usually means someone just beat you to the RPG spawn.
I have to say, you got quite lucky here that he didn't decided to blow the spider on the wall
He missed the other dude with his first RPG and Green_M on your team killed one guy.
HOWEVER, you could still here that people where shooting from where you just were.
Don't run away, but take cover behind the corner as soon as you reach the top and provide assistant fire to your mates
Now, as you made your way to your base you noticed that one of your guys just spawned in there and as soon as he ran out of the base he got shot from the other side of the map.
You gotta ask yourself; do I feel confident enough to engage in a long range gunfight with the AK?
After checking it out, you decided to retreat from that. Good call, since no one else was around to help you with flanking him.
At around 1:30 sh!t just went down. All of your guys were in the basement and people were just exchanging bullets like crazy.
They got 2, your team got 2. And Fawlty, he is taking cover close to a potential spawn point.
What happened later on? You turned your camera to your back and sure enough, you saw one of them spawn there.
Remember that the team will spawn together if killed together, so there was bound to be at least one more up there.
You should have ran into the basement and see if anyone of them would like to come on down to get a knuckle sandwich from Basil.
Sorry to say, it looks like you panicked and chose the wrong cover.
Fawlty became a sitting duck and that nade was bound to come sooner or later.
Later on, same thing.
Your guys at the entrance to the basement, Clark kills one of you with RPG, one of you kills Clark, Fawlty runs off
Shots were still being fired and shortly after, Mitchell got killed.
At 3:03, you had the patience to wait for him to position himself where he couldn't take cover. Good kill!
3:17: Mitchell went downstairs, you took cover. Why?
Then you headed back to where you all had just spawned and kinda expected someone to be there.
Same ol' story, no one upstairs but a party downstairs. Your team won that 4-1, which again means that they are gonna spawn soon.
Shortly after, you came up the stairs and had a rendevouz with Mr Flynn.
Now you were ready and had pretty good aim. I don't know how you at least didn't get the trade
Holy lord that was a sexy nade
4:40: You should have been expecting that, although that one is a hard one. Don't always run in a straight line and so close to corners.
If you get surprised, you can always bunny hop and then retaliate.
Nice spawn right after that one
5:24: Now you're getting the whole concept of steel-fisting. Good awareness and nice kill!
Got that taunting fart right after with a pull down too. Ownage!
6:03: VERY good usage of camera. You shouldn't have a dropped that nade so soon though. He was close to death and by jumping after him you could have made that a short one. You hesitated, waited and got killed instead by his buddy
6:30: Not sure how you missed that guy just behind you, haha. Luckily, Mitch took care of business.
7:20: When aiming around a corner, try to be a bit more hidden. You want to make sure that the other team has as little as possible to shoot at.
Now you had one teammate in cover in front of you, so if someone comes rushing in, he'll take care of it. What you need to do here is watch your back.
You almost got killed in the back again.Important note: Work with your camera more often and cover as many angles as possible whenever you can. By having a good camera usage you can cover a good deal of those 360 degrees and minimize those ambushes from the sides or behind.
Gotta go get my daughter from pre-school, but I'll continue later tonight.
Overall, I'd say you have improved a lot, much better camera work, aiming and relexes.