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  • #16
    Here we go ..




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    • #17
      Originally posted by Genessee
      Here we go ..


      Strange!!!!

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      • #18
        Eh, I don't have any desire to play it. I love BF2, and the rest of the battle field series. Other than flight sim, war games are the only games I play. But, I like them because they are somewhat realistic. I'm not into any of those "fantasy" games and such, so once the realism was taken out, I lost interest. I will try it out on friends computers, but I highly doubt I'll ever buy it.
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        • #19
          Originally posted by Crunk415balla
          Eh, I don't have any desire to play it. I love BF2, and the rest of the battle field series. Other than flight sim, war games are the only games I play. But, I like them because they are somewhat realistic. I'm not into any of those "fantasy" games and such, so once the realism was taken out, I lost interest. I will try it out on friends computers, but I highly doubt I'll ever buy it.
          I too play war games because of their realism...if I want futuristic stuff...Halo is my answer. Although, I rarely play console stuff anyways.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by bobby
            I too play war games because of their realism...if I want futuristic stuff...Halo is my answer. Although, I rarely play console stuff anyways.
            Ya, I don't really like Halo. Its "okay", but I'd rather stick with Battlefield and WarRock, which by the way is free, and worth a try.

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            • #21
              As an avid BF gamer, played all except BF:V and BF2:SF, 2142 is amazing. The titan mode kicks ass, the concept is really awesome. Of course I've only played the demo as I don't have the money to blow on the actual game.

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              • #22
                FYI the IGA thing ain't spyware.

                It's just like plenty of other games (like NFS) where they have billboards and posters advertising real life products. The only reason your IP is used is so they can show advertisements relevant to your country and/or language.

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