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Originally Posted by V3ctorThis... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpWr3wydgOc
Already pre-ordered it and I'm anxious to play it. And I didn't knew that it won so many prizes in E3... Just wow...
Originally Posted by Nikols'Or, if you need ammo fast, then you restock by grabbing guns off dead enemies,' said our Activision assistant. 'Which is pretty cool, right?'
Maybe we felt we'd already seen everything we needed to see, or we just weren't in the mood; maybe we're pretentious game-snobs who demand more innovation than what's offered by MW3. Or, maybe it's a mix of all these reasons and more.
Originally Posted by BungletronI have always preferred the Infinity Ward games to the Treyarch updates, hardly any innovation in MW2 but the story and characters (tho admittedly ridiculous) are far more compelling than anything Treyarch or EA have offered up. At the very least I am keen to see what will happen to Captain Price and Soap next, that may be the only reason to continue this franchise but it is good enough for me!
Originally Posted by oatey4519Now this is a review i'm liking the look of....
So basically MW3 is for Kiddies with there consoles who love running in akimbo killing you from a mile away.
Whilst playing the same game as the last two with no changes...... awesome
BF3!! - for real gamers - PC Version
Originally Posted by tom_hargreavesBe more cliché please.
Originally Posted by BRAWLJoe I read the first two parts of the review and instantly went "Right so regardless of this being YET ANOTHER P.O.S COD game, he's deciding to try and ignore the annoying bad bits about it that have occured in game after game since MW2." That's not the way you should be conducting yourself sir... write about how YOU feel about the game. Not whats going to create more revenue stream.
Also, BF3 versus MW3... this could get intresting.
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