Originally Posted by Li-Ion
It adds a comedic element to shoot at wave after wave of soldiers that look absolutely identical. One might imagine a factory for those clone troopers just across the hill, beyond the invisible walls. Factories that suddenly stop working, as soon as I reached a certain spot that triggered the next event.
You ever see the movie The Truman Show
? Jim Carrey plays a guy that is raised from birth in a huge staged world and thinks everything is real until he starts to notice peculiarities, like cars and people appearing and disappearing en masse.
A strength of the Call of Duty series is its ability to make you think the combat is true to life, but I guess the illusion is spoiled when the pace and quantity of the respawns isn't handled well.