Techie714 © wrote on Nov 2, 2010, 11:18:
This game is NOT worth 50.00 IMO. Luckily I got it from the Activision/EA Store for 15.00.
JoeNapalm wrote on Oct 26, 2010, 15:26:Quboid wrote on Oct 26, 2010, 12:49:
There's nothing wrong with vampires, just "real" vampires don't ...
Heh. My wife and I are going as a vampire and vampire hunter to a Hallowe'en thing this year.
She is wearing a little tag that says "NOT A GLITTERY TWILIGHT VAMPIRE" and I'm considering one that says "Bram Stoker's Van Helsing, circa 1897".
SpectralMeat wrote on Oct 25, 2010, 11:10:Hit registration changes brought over from MOH to BC2
Oh nooo !!
Beamer wrote on Oct 22, 2010, 16:34:
I'm baffled why people stick with brands. Shocked.
Especially right now. Under $120 AMD may offer the best value, but Intel destroys them from there on. You can pick up an i5 760 for $150 these days. AMD has no real competitor to it. AMD has no real medium to high end, period, just low to medium. That hopefully will change soon, but for a very long while AMD has been solely in the under $120 area.
I'd take an i5 760 over a Phenom II X4 985 BE any day of the week. It's a much, much, muchmuchmuch faster processor.
Again, over $150 AMD is a mistake.
maddog wrote on Oct 18, 2010, 15:27:
Top down view appears to be the new mode de jure. Love the concept of this game but would have loved it better if it was third person over the shoulder or first person.
I'd love a Left4Dead MMO. Build fortresses, find food, fight zombies, find supplies, fight zombies, rinse repeat.
Battlement wrote on Oct 6, 2010, 15:34:
This is at most a minor inconvenience. If US personnel want the game they can get sent by family, or stores that ship to APO addresses. Additionally there are more than just US bases here. People from US camps (like Eggers and Phoenix) can easily pop by any number of NATO bases (like KAIA, Warehouse, ISAF HQ) and buy the game. Not to mention that they can get it digitally from sources like Steam (slow but possible). And I give it about two months after release before it shows up for one dollar at the local weekend markets. I don’t know what the big deal is with the “label” of the opposing force anyway.
SpectralMeat wrote on Oct 6, 2010, 11:14:
"Still Medal of Honor on U.S. Bases"
Blue I think you meant Still no Medal of Honor on U.S. Bases
Wildone wrote on Oct 1, 2010, 09:58:
When I say this game is ugly, I really truly mean it in every sense..I mean WTF, its like from another generation eons ago ugly...WTF?!!!
InBlack wrote on Sep 29, 2010, 10:47:
Religion is a dying. Its decline started with the first Greek philosophers. Sure there were a couple of dark ages along the way, when progress was lost and religion became a tool of the powerfull elite....but still.
No one here can deny that its power is waning. The rise of fanatacism in the east (and recently in the west) are just the dying throes of a mortally wounded beast.
Short of a full blown nuclear war that wipes away most humanity from the face of the planet there is nothing that can stop this fact.
Nothing other than God...but so far he has done little to prove his existence....
Muscular Beaver wrote on Sep 8, 2010, 08:00:
Yeah, uh well...
All others Ive seen so far are blatant ripoffs and also instead of keeping me playing, they force me to buy the game about 1 year after release when they stopped releasing DLC, because it simply destroys the immersion in the game. I dont want to play the game once a month for 1 hour after I have played through already, neither do I want to play through it again every time a DLC is released. I want to enjoy it fully with all the content possible when I want. Not when the Publisher wants.
Thats where normal expansions were MUCH MUCH better. They offered a whole new story and lots of content in addition to the original game. DLC only adds small minor fragments to the original game, which arent even a whole expansion if you put em together, but cost up to twice as much.