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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #315 on: 23-02-2011, 16:02:06 »
The only thing that botherd me was that all assault kits had revive shock paddles

oh well, i can life with it. This system works very good with 64 players.

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #316 on: 23-02-2011, 16:02:01 »
The only thing that botherd me was that all assault kits had revive shock paddles

oh well, i can life with it. This system works very good with 64 players.



It was like 2142, which was set up fantastically.

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #317 on: 23-02-2011, 16:02:32 »
well it was great. I hope BF3 will have more things to unlock then BF2142 though. More diffrent weapons for example.
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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #318 on: 23-02-2011, 16:02:32 »

Lars Gustavsson reveals the design documents from BF 1942 with many features that were cut in the final version and some extra details.

http://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2011/02/23/battlefield-origins-designing-1942.aspx

ENJOY!!!!!

Oh god, that's like someone reading from the original bible or something, for a religious Christian.
I want that printed copy! :O

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #319 on: 23-02-2011, 16:02:34 »
prepare to have windows 7 64bit installed by then and to have a DX10/11 card
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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #320 on: 23-02-2011, 16:02:43 »
prepare to have windows 7 64bit installed by then and to have a DX10/11 card

^^^^^^^ THIS ^^^^^^^

And as I have posted on EA, please next time you do a hype video - please please please can we have less game footage and more Logos, ads, ratings, logo, logo, copyright, ad, rating, release text.  Theee-anks.

[EDIT - which was promtly removed by and admin, so I posted it again... and again]

EA marketing and legal depts -Fucking waste my time, I'll waste yours.
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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #321 on: 23-02-2011, 17:02:34 »

Lars Gustavsson reveals the design documents from BF 1942 with many features that were cut in the final version and some extra details.

http://www.gameinformer.com/b/features/archive/2011/02/23/battlefield-origins-designing-1942.aspx

ENJOY!!!!!

Oh god, that's like someone reading from the original bible or something, for a religious Christian.
I want that printed copy! :O

I want those features in it! Factories spawning tanks, hell yeah! :P
This sentence is intentionally left unfinished...

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #322 on: 23-02-2011, 17:02:21 »
prepare to have windows 7 64bit installed by then and to have a DX10/11 card


EA marketing and legal depts -Fucking waste my time, I'll waste yours.



I will however, be waiting the reviews first before i am getting this.
-i am fairly sure that if they took porn off the internet, there would only be one website left and it would be called bring back the porn "Perry cox, Scrubs.

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #323 on: 23-02-2011, 17:02:04 »
prepare to have windows 7 64bit installed by then and to have a DX10/11 card

IMO this is really good thing that XP isn't supported. FINALLY PC games are evolving again!
Consoles have really made the advancement slower.


I will however, be waiting the reviews first before i am getting this.

I wont I already pre-ordered, even if it sucks I am happy I finally got BF3!
« Last Edit: 23-02-2011, 17:02:18 by Paavopesusieni »

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #324 on: 23-02-2011, 17:02:11 »
No word yet whether EA is going the way of Activision and making BF3 multiplayer pay-to-play as is rumoured to happen with MW3?

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #325 on: 23-02-2011, 17:02:22 »
God i hope not!

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #326 on: 23-02-2011, 18:02:47 »
That would probably kill it ;D

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #327 on: 23-02-2011, 19:02:43 »
Am I the only one who is totally disappointed?
Modern setting:


4 classes only:


Shock paddles for everybody:


If they manage to design the maps as crappy as in BF2, with too many flags, gameplay will be below believe again. Just another BF2 clone with updated graphics won't be enough.
Currently I expect nothing good from this game, but my hope will die at last. Durgh, I'm too old for teenager games, I guess thats it.

I usually imagine my own sounds with it, like `tjunk, tupdieyupdiedee` aaa enemy spotted, ratatatataboom

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #328 on: 23-02-2011, 19:02:39 »
nothing wrong with modern.. and WW2 doesn't sell anymore (as much).

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #329 on: 23-02-2011, 19:02:13 »
Currently I expect nothing good from this game, but my hope will die at last. Durgh, I'm too old for teenager games, I guess thats it.

Just stick with Bridge then, grandpa.

But seriously, you didn't enjoy BF2 at all?