Trey tells us about his fond memories of Battlefield 2 and why he might ditch Infinity Ward's monolith in favour of the young upstart.
I like call of duty games, but a battery of issues that plague them of late and the frequency of releases, is all ridiculous. Battlefield 3 hype is not just because of the graphics, it is because of the fact a comfortable gap exists between Bad company 2 and BF3 where gamers can get all the pleasure out of BC2 and move on too BF3 without missing BC2. I am excited for BF3 release and not for MW3. I'm not mad either, it is all business in the end. Hell, I got people on my friends lists still playing Mw2 as if it came out yesterday.
You can't even talk trash in lobbies in BF. that alone is why COD is better. Talking trash!
Talking trash is usually a cover for insecurity.
Who cares? I'm sure there will more COD fans ditching BF3 and you don't hear no one complaining.
Why he "MIGHT" pass on this game. Well for starters hes made a really good point on his preferences hes played Battlefield lot more. The thing is he better make up his mind quick because that "might" will turn into a definite once the game releases. All his friends will be playing it and reviewing it saying how fun and great it is which will entice him into pickin up a copy. its the COD effect its contagious.
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You know... you can buy them both? I'm not going to buying call of duy 7? 8?... whatever the fuck it is I honestly I don't care any more. Either way I'm giving it a skip. But my point still stands that all the fanboys raging over which graphically powerful modern warfare shooter with a strong emphasis on multiplayer is better should probably remove their heads from their arses and just buy both. You're not limited to one modern warfare shooter a year ya know? You can buy BOTH and enjoy BOTH. It's not either/or.
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