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lol yeah i only got one ps3 this will be usefull for me and my brother.
Yuh you can online with a friend and have battle plans to kick some butt! How cool is that!?
What about offline splitscreen. IM OUT...///"""
well, the game is MULTIPLAYER only. So I'd imagine it's online only as well.
COuldn't it be like time-spliters? Or are they not having AI characters?
I suppose that's possible, but given the size of the matches (upwards of 32 players, right?) and the fact that many of the modes require some semblance of strategy, I assumed there wouldn't be a bunch of bots running around. Could be though.
i loved timesplitters, in my opinion it was one of the best games ever, it was so arcadey and easy going, i loved being the monkey and i loved playing games like virus. this game sounds great and was one of the reasons i was going to get a ps3, i think its a downloadable title...it doest matter it beats quing up in GAME...
Wow! I haven't really give much thought to this game but its looking amazing! The graphics engine really has come a long way from the first footage I saw. What I'm really blown away by, is how cool the ground action graphics are. Not just an afterthought tacked on to the flying. This looks sweet. Oh and as for ai bots, that takes alot of cpu, and is no where near as fun as killing online humans! If offline bottage is supported, there may be more glitches/slowdown I would think. Its like counter strike source on my pc. Amzazing gfx using Hl2 source engine. But when I play against alot of cpu controlled bots, my frame rate takes a HUGE hit.
Exactly what i said. i forgot about this game but now i am really excited.
i think the running of the ground characters seem really stupid, but other than that the game seems fast-paced, and smooth, which is always a good thing.
this is how every online game should be to have a freind and both of you go online and play thats is so cool.
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