Isn't that same one I posted 2 posts ago?
And also, if you need convincing the FB2 engine is amazing...
I have just received email from Amazon that BF3 have put forward their game
release date.I dont know what date it will be but Amazon will dispatch my
game October 31st so allow three days postage the date for release could
be October 28th maybe.
I'm sick of all this bollocks with exclusive pre-order and vendor-specific DLC, the game hasn't even released, why not just put it in the game and work on some actual DLC after the game releases, not disc locked content :gun:
I hope the beta comes out soon, that will either make or break my decision to buy this game...
Aren't pre-orders expensive??
And Like the new avatar since your last avatar was also kept by many other members so it was getting pretty common.
Battlefield 3 is GBP14 here
It is way cheaper over here.
Atleast one thing that is cheap over here.
So I don't get it since,it is direct download so why can't you buy from the site I posted and then download it.
Do they have country restriction or something.
So you are saying I cannot buy a game and then bring it in your country??
So would they be charging Customs(Or whatever you call it there)
Or they have some different rules about internet purchases.
EULA's ain't law buddy
I totally forgot about BC2. Still working fine online? I'd assume they don't care where you buy it as long as it's a legit copy. EULA's are just to cover their arses I suppose.
Im not sure if i should get my battlefield on pc, xbox, or ps3. From what i have noticed, joining multiplayer matches are easier on consoles than on the pc. when i play pc games and i join a server the server usually has some weird mod on it.
Although its probably going to look fantastic on my pc.
DICE has some very welcome words for PC gamers that are Battlefield franchise fans. The upcoming Battlefield 3 for the PC will not be a watered down console port, but will instead be the best and most robust version of Battlefield 3 that takes advantage of the special and unique nature of the PC platform.
While Battlefield 3 will be released on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, the PC version will be the one to buy if you want the best version of the title. While the developer didn’t go into specifics, the surprising sales of Battlefield Bad Company 2 on the PC platform, along with the continued support of PC Battlefield players that are still playing the older Battlefield titles, could have had a significant impact on DICE’s decisions surrounding the PC version of Battlefield 3.