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Topic # 130914 2-Oct-2013 14:53
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Got a little bit ahead of myself, and watched the trailer of Battlefield 4 Digital Deluxe version all excited like.  Turns out its very much like Battlefield 3, and I HATE battlefield 3 – that’s just me, not a fan of the style, prefer something like Arma 3, and now I am thinking I should have just bought that!

 

So I have an Origin account that has this game – which you cant play until late October when its released, and a working Beta (is what I played) and Medal of Honour (2012 one).  I will sell you the origin account for $85 bucks, it costs $99 new, that’s what I paid on Monday.  Any takers??

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  Reply # 906494 2-Oct-2013 15:30
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I'm guessing this was a spur-of-the-moment purchase? All the pre-release footage I have seen has made it very obvious that it is very much like BF3.



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  Reply # 906539 2-Oct-2013 16:36
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Sure was, great if you like the more arcade feeling, but I prefer simulation type gaming - silly boy!





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  Reply # 908648 5-Oct-2013 23:54
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If you want more simulation and less arcade you should check out Arma III.




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  Reply # 909044 7-Oct-2013 08:43
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Arma series makes any other shooter look like sci fi :)

I'll wait with BF4, after debacle of BF3 .

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