Your argument is poo you know? Just because a game requires you to be more thoughtout when you play and so-called skill when you play, if playing video games can be called a skill(rant to come about that), does not make a game good or bad.
There's nothing mature about a game that requires no thought and little skill. San Andreas was probably the best thing on consoles in the past 10 years, and that's about it. I just waited for the PC version, and I still play the modded multiplayer San Andreas with over 100 players per server. Deathmatch, Cops vs Robbers, RPG, Team Deathmatch...
What'd you guys get to extend the life of San Andreas, which was superior to every other GTA ever made imo.
I played that for about 10 minutes and decided it was a step back in all the wrong ways. Then went back to modding San Andreas.
There were plenty of sex games for the Atari 2600. Quite a lot for the NES, SNES, Genesis, The Master System. Its nothing new or unique. Its for an older crowd.
But a game for players that have matured in the video world by playing thousands of video games...yeah. There ain't poo for that on any console.
The most thoughtout FPS that I've played since RTCW came out was Rainbow Six: Vegas, my clan Serial Axe Murderers was ranked 8th in the world for the spring season when it came out. And IMO the game had a few strong points that I would love to see picked up but overall gunplay sucked ass.
Cod is as said before a reflex shooter no brains required.
Cod4 IMO is still the best FPS to comeout on the consoles ever, no brains required.
As for being so called skilled at a game or a game requiring skill is a joke, playing paintball well or any other sport requires skill, going down a class 6 rapid in a kayak and live to talk about it requires skill, video games don't, I have never ever played a game that couldn't be answered with a tactical adjustment. Your either a smart player or a dumb player no skill is ever required.