I took 1/11th of a level in all 11 classes!
— Fumbles, Goblins
You must choose a path. No man can master two disciplines.
— Gouken, Street Fighter 4
She knew my one weakness: That I'm weak!
It's a game that's so horrified at the thought of losing one particular demographic that it attempts to appeal to them all at once. Do all of the things, don't let a single human being not be appealed to for God's sake. Guns, people like guns, lots of guns! Zombies? Throw 'em in! Explosions, gotta have those, stealth sections, runner bits like those iPhone games, helicopters for the Michael Bay fans, some story for story lovers, but not too much story so the other ones get bored, Christ what are you thinking! Vehicle bits for people what like them Grand Theft Autos, quicktime events, wrestling moves, arse, woman's arse, ooh a cute boy face, yes! A T-Rex boss fight because Jurassic Park's still good, yeah? Cover system, more explosions, a first person bit, stuff from Ressy 1, stuff from Ressy 2, stuff from Nemesis, stuff from the Ressy remakes, stuff from Ressy 4, stuff from Ressy 5, it doesn't matter if any of this shit works well together or feels cohesive, just do it! Fucking do it! All! Oh God, does everybody like us yet? Does everybody in the whole world like us yet?
In theory, the F-35 would show common purpose among the military services, since the Air Force, the Navy, and the Marine Corps would all get their own custom-tailored versions of the plane. In fact, a plane designed to do many contradictory things—to be strong enough to survive Navy aircraft-carrier landings, yet light and maneuvrable enough to excel as an Air Force dogfighter, and meanwhile able to take off and land straight up and down, like a helicopter, to reach marines in tight combat circumstances—has unsurprisingly done none of them as well as promised.
I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times.