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Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Review

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Phalanx 25th May 2012, 10:31 Quote
Hmmm, my interest is piqued! *goes to find a place to order*
B1GBUD 25th May 2012, 11:16 Quote
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Phalanx 25th May 2012, 11:19 Quote
Missing a "g" on the end of the file, by the looks of things. :)
B1GBUD 25th May 2012, 11:35 Quote
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Missing a "g" on the end of the file, by the looks of things. :)

Ghost is supposed to be a silent H, not a missing G...... Host Recon anyone?





ahh.... there's my coat
Combatus 25th May 2012, 11:50 Quote
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Originally Posted by Phalanx
Missing a "g" on the end of the file, by the looks of things. :)

Sorted! thanks!
Bede 25th May 2012, 14:25 Quote
Interesting review, it's really nice to see a reviewer talk about the sound - easily the most important part for me now. I know we don't comment on the number scores, but I'd recommend you remove them as they are not remotely consistent between games.
sear 25th May 2012, 16:14 Quote
Hey, remember when bit-tech used to review PC games?
Hovis 25th May 2012, 16:54 Quote
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Originally Posted by sear
Hey, remember when bit-tech used to review PC games?


The 17th of May? :)

Actually I don't remember that, I'm getting old.

Returning to the topic though it's a little sad to see yet another of the more high-brow shooters climb aboard the CoD/BF clown car.

All we need is for Arma 3 to feature regenerating health and a zombie mode and we're set. Oh. Wait. FUUUUUU-
XXAOSICXX 26th May 2012, 03:00 Quote
"sounds-capes" -> soundscapes ;)

Would it not have been possible to give the PC release a go as well though BT?

I'm now going to have to Google my way to the inevitable question of whether or not Ubisoft have landed PC gamers with more of their god-awful DRM and that's going to take me away from the BT site.

There's only so many times a person is going to find their answers on another website before they depart for someone else's shores on a more permanent basis...
XXAOSICXX 26th May 2012, 03:01 Quote
1 x Google search later, every other site out there is reporting that Ubisoft have ditched the DRM for the PC version.
silky 26th May 2012, 11:51 Quote
Hmm I reckon people would be far better off getting the Arma 2 games. Especially with stuff like DayZ happening at the moment.
uz1_l0v3r 12th June 2012, 13:07 Quote
Anyone else remember when games like Raven Shield actually required strategy to get the most from them?
uz1_l0v3r 12th June 2012, 13:08 Quote
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Originally Posted by XXAOSICXX
"sounds-capes" -> soundscapes ;)

Would it not have been possible to give the PC release a go as well though BT?

I'm now going to have to Google my way to the inevitable question of whether or not Ubisoft have landed PC gamers with more of their god-awful DRM and that's going to take me away from the BT site.

There's only so many times a person is going to find their answers on another website before they depart for someone else's shores on a more permanent basis...

It's a bit crap. I always thought that BT was primarily aimed at PC owners. KBMOD is now my go-to site for pc gaming news.
will_123 4th July 2012, 12:57 Quote
Disappointed to see it wasn't tested on the PC...I don't play on a Xbox so really this is not relevant to me and I feel most people on this site play on the PC.
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