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Topic # 55333 30-Dec-2009 15:26
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Ok heres the situation im willing to pay for xbox live if i have to but basically my roomate plays cod4 on xbox live and i play it on the computer and we want to be able to play together but i cannot seem to find a way to do this where we see the same servers. Is there anyway possible to do this? I know way back me and a buddy used to play together on counter-strike when i was on the computer and he played his xbox because both are still microsoft there has to be a way to do it. I also have another friend that plays on the ps3 and i dont think i can play with him because its sony and that would conflict in my eyes but if i cant do it with the xbox live can i do it with the ps3?

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  Reply # 286091 30-Dec-2009 16:14
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I don't think it's possible, sorry.

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  Reply # 286205 31-Dec-2009 03:46
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There is only a few combined Xbox360 and PC games that have cross-platform multiplayer.
Only one that I can think of is ShadowRun

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 286444 1-Jan-2010 19:48
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It's because console gamers would get destroyed in FPS games by PC players using the superior input method of mouse + keyboard.

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  Reply # 287238 5-Jan-2010 18:44
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Ragnor: It's because console gamers would get destroyed in FPS games by PC players using the superior input method of mouse + keyboard.

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Exactly, even though I only game on my 360
Media on my PS3
and teh web on PC

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  Reply # 287333 6-Jan-2010 09:28
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Ragnor: It's because console gamers would get destroyed in FPS games by PC players using the superior input method of mouse + keyboard.

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Ha, I totally agree on this.  I have a super hard time adjusting to try and play shooter games on a hand controller.  Racing/Punching etc are sweet as, but the first person shooter I just find the aiming so damn difficult and counter intuitive!

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