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Author Topic: Battlefield 3 Gameplay - Bad Part Of Town  (Read 3259 times)
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« on: 3 March 2011, 22:52:37 »
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Fault Line Series Episode I: Bad Part of Town
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« Reply #1 on: 24 August 2011, 20:37:19 »
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another video

is this THE game?

Battlefield 3 | 12 Minutes Of Gameplay
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« Reply #2 on: 24 August 2011, 21:13:09 »
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Roughly the same as all others.
The problem with these latest generation games is that they went off the road of simple games and fun.
You had a few years back for example Call of Duty and Medal of Honor.
You had an enemy, a rifle or smg and your mission was simple, search and destroy.
Nowadays you have all kinds of sophisticated items, UAVs ( player controlled) choppers( player controlled) air attacks even with B2 bombers! (player controlled) which are in fact corps or divisional commanded assets.
All kind of rediculous packages like sprint, leightweight and marathon, a player can sprint in a second or 2 towards an enmy running 50 meters or more and kill you with a knife, no defence possible.
For me the fun is gone.
Our clann went back to the good old Call of Duty ( ww2) and Joint ops.
But my favorite games ( shooter)are Medal of Honors pacific assault and Call of Duty 5.
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« Reply #3 on: 24 August 2011, 21:15:00 »
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Roughly the same as all others.
The problem with these latest generation games is that they went off the road of simple games and fun.
You had a few years back for example Call of Duty and Medal of Honor.
You had an enemy, a rifle or smg and your mission was simple, search and destroy.
Nowadays you have all kinds of sophisticated items, UAVs ( player controlled) choppers( player controlled) air attacks even with B2 bombers! (player controlled) which are in fact corps or divisional commanded assets.
All kind of rediculous packages like sprint, leightweight and marathon, a player can sprint in a second or 2 towards an enmy running 50 meters or more and kill you with a knife, no defence possible.
For me the fun is gone.
Our clann went back to the good old Call of Duty ( ww2) and Joint ops.
But my favorite games ( shooter)are Medal of Honors pacific assault and Call of Duty 5.

I watched the entire video and it was infantry all the time, no possibilities to fly stuff or do other crazy shit
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