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Originally Posted by Landy_EdGood honest review, though one thing caught my eye - " Tier 1 soldiers (or, in non-marketing speak, special forces troops)", not sure the comment deserves to be there. The tiering of the armed forces is actually an official term from the coalition's organisational structure rather than from EA's PR. Just thought I'd mention it!
Originally Posted by ABUSIVEMANGOBeing a massive COD MW and MW2 fan, I pre-ordered this not only to save a few quid but to actually break away from the hold COD has on me. I am worried abt the review?, kinda but so far its the most negative I've found.
I tend not to put too much belief into reviews unless they are holy negative to a level of hatred as there are bloody awlful games out there, but this it seems isnt one - I havent had a COD game yet where the multi-player isnt full of glitches for months and lets not all forget both COD's MW/MW2 are short missions on SP.
I will put down COD MW2 hopefully for me to give this the time and effort it deserves to enjoy , If it keeps me entertained for a few hours on inital play -brilliant - if not I'll simply look at trading it in.
Originally Posted by thesweeney007 havnt spotted any cheaters yet neither so its a refreshing alternative
Originally Posted by thesweeney007cheats are easier to spot on mw2. when you look through you teammates cam when your dead if you see claymores glowing red through walls then their a wall hacker. also if you start getting shot through walls alot then its a bit of a give away. one person running away with a lead is also a sign of a cheat i.e 30+ kills when eveyone else is only getting 15 or so. however that said the kill cams help in spotting this which is a feature that is lacking in MOH, and the gameplay is alot more frantic so cheats could be hidden more.
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