I'm pretty sure that they do fear the word "camp". Fortunately, for me I'm not so easily scared. I don't really think what I do is camping either but I'm not opposed to it if the situation calls for it. My style was partially learned from watching other people be successful and partially forced on me by lag. I stayed behind the action in BO1. So I learned there that I couldn't be the guy that rushed in all the time. Posting up, getting a few kills and then moving in for the objective was the only way that I could survive. As it turned out it was also a really smart way to play. Now I have a better connection and can do some full on rushing but I still have my best scorestreaks games when I play more tactically.
Thanks I appreciate it. All my gameplays I upload I do the whole thing if the game itself is deserving enough, I'm started to move back over to core CTF for a bit and I've had some GREAT games there recently. I've had some games where everything seems to go right as soon as it starts and some that go bad right from the start but I'm thinking of uploading one I just recently did where our team was not doing well at all and towards the end of the game I get on a role the team turns it around and we take off and actually win the game. Those are the game I really enjoy. Win or lose just nice close games.
Agreed those comeback games are more fun to watch in my opinion than the obvious blow outs. Anybody can find a lobby of noobs to steam roll over but going up against actual competition and pulling out the win is for the guys that appreciate real talent. It's not always pretty but it sure is satisfying.