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Topic # 65328 2-Aug-2010 20:04
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Anyone else tried this?

I really didnt like it.. Felt like a terribly bad console port.




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  Reply # 362893 4-Aug-2010 12:36
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You obviously play on PC?
On xbox it was absolute tripe.
The single player will be good, but i'll probably never touch the MP with the full game




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  Reply # 363169 4-Aug-2010 18:19
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Rollux: You obviously play on PC?
On xbox it was absolute tripe.
The single player will be good, but i'll probably never touch the MP with the full game


Yep on PC.. It was honestly like they took all the worst things from BC2 and console gaming in general and released it as the PC beta.. I havnt disliked a game so much on first play since "Soldier of Fortune: Payback".. And that was so awful it made me want to fly a plane into Activision HQ.





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