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x-byte

If you prefer nothing on the screen, than you won't find that in BC2.

I guess you haven't played it.... There is a hardcore mode, a real one.

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+Audioboxer

I dunno.. MW2 story was epic.. but Multiplayer is just frustrating.. decisions..

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x-byte

He probably mean the set pieces. Which I can agree on. The story itself was fragmented and a mess.

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Spookie

He probably mean the set pieces.

They were fairly dull though.

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Massiveterra

The Bad Company 2 expansion pack will be my alternative this fall to both COD and MOH

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Hedon

I guess you haven't played it.... There is a hardcore mode, a real one.

I have it, own it, play it. Hardcore mode still has stuff on the screen. At least on the Xbox 360 version it does.

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rajputwarrior

call of duty popular? :o :o :o :o

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x-byte

I have it, own it, play it. Hardcore mode still has stuff on the screen. At least on the Xbox 360 version it does.

You know what I mean.
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SimplySchizo

Regardless of a rocky MP, no doubt I'll be getting MoH over this.?

I'm not buying another CoD unless it's $19.99

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Brad.

I'll be buying it, found Waw MP very enjoyable.

Me too, I'm hoping that the supermarkets have it on release day very cheap! Got MW2 for ?26 last year on launch day.

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Hedon

You know what I mean.

Actually I don't. MW2 has stuff removed from the screen as well.

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Stingray

I dunno.. MW2 story was epic.. but Multiplayer is just frustrating.. decisions..

You must learn how to play then. :whistle:

The single player bored the hell out of me. Multiplayer is where it´s at.

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treemonster

out of curiosity, what was offered with the preorder? some kind of beta i assume? that's why preorders are so huge if so.

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Knightwolf20024

out of curiosity, what was offered with the preorder? some kind of beta i assume? that's why preorders are so huge if so.

nothing as far as im aware.

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acnpt

out of curiosity, what was offered with the preorder? some kind of beta i assume? that's why preorders are so huge if so.

Nothing.

I'm thinking pre-orders are so high, because MOH looks a bit ****, and that does come with entry to BF3 beta (on Play.com).

I'll probably end up buying both :laugh:

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treemonster

Nothing.

I'm thinking pre-orders are so high, because MOH looks a bit ****, and that does come with entry to BF3 beta (on Play.com).

I'll probably end up buying both :laugh:

that's exactly the one i was thinking of actually :p

my bad.

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Livin in a box

I wish there would be Call of Duty betas because then, surely, the amount of bugs and glitches at launch would be far less. Must be something to do with Activision if 2 developers won't make a beta.

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andrew_f

Meh, I haven't liked the previous couple in the series and nothing compels me about this one. It's just being milked to death like Guitar Hero.

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James Riske

I would buy another CoD game but only if it has dedicated servers, I loved all the CoD games up to W@W (IMO W@W was the best of the series) but I wouldn't touch MW2 with a ten foot pole.

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idk_

I like to think that pre-orders are higher than MW2 because there are ded servers so more PC gamers are actually wanting to play it (I never bought MW2 - only played mp for about an hour total).

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Livin in a box

I would buy another CoD game but only if it has dedicated servers, I loved all the CoD games up to W@W (IMO W@W was the best of the series) but I wouldn't touch MW2 with a ten foot pole.

Yeah there are dedicated servers for Black Ops, it was one of the first things Treyarch announced along with the games.

It would be good too if there were dedicated servers on consoles too, although they might be minefields for hackers Treyarch should try and keep on guard to prevent it. Metal Gear Online did it and I really like it- choose what mode to play with people of a certain level with already determined maps.

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Ayepecks

A Call of Duty game is popular? No. Wai.

:laugh:

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MadDoggyca

Dedicated Server is were its all at.. Im in...I all for the tatical Servers

Rules.

HardCore Mode Only

No Bunny Hopping

No Dolphin Diving

NO exsplosives (RPG/Frags/noob tubing)

No Runing (disabled)

No walking (have to move in prone)

NO marty

NO Last Stand

Have to use scoop

any one thats played W@W and COD 4 MW on These Tatical Servers know what I mean when I say only the skill player show here.,

you also never ever serr 12 year old or under taking smack and BS.. in fact u never see kids ever on these servers..

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Spookie

Rules.

HardCore Mode Only

No Bunny Hopping

No Dolphin Diving

NO exsplosives (RPG/Frags/noob tubing)

No Runing (disabled)

No walking (have to move in prone)

NO marty

NO Last Stand

Have to use scoop

and no fun?

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MadDoggyca

and no fun?

there a lot of fun.. and u jsut dont get randomly Tubed by noobs.. so its more skill too

by Im betting your a kid with no skill, so Jumping well shooting or lying Down real quick well shotting is more your style. Or possible running with dual g18s without having to aim is what u consider to be assming...

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