Battlefield 3

Discussion in 'PC Games' started by Frontl1ne, Jun 11, 2009.

  1. Unframed

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    Not sure, bought it early/mid-December and was at my desk when I came back from holidays on the 28th.
     
  2. JoJoker

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    Don't care if it has already been posted.
     
  3. jmart38

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    WOOOOHOOOO

    BEEEEP BEEP FUCKEN BEEP MUTHAFUCKAAAASS!!!
     
  4. Madengineer

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    Bah! Too long! I'd rather spend 80$ on it in Albury and have it to play now.
     
  5. jmart38

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    $40 online and have the key within 2 hours...

    Have you got a low quota or something?
     
  6. Madengineer

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    No, i have a high quota. But i didnt see anywhere that let you buy a dvd copy plus a digital copy.

    If you can point me in the direction of somewhere that does that, than yeah, I'll buy it online.
     
  7. flurex

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    Heads up.



    Battlefield 3: Close Quarters Gameplay Premiere Trailer
     
  8. jmart38

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    http://www.ziip.co.uk/ will give you the key AND send you the dvd


    What do you want the dvd for? I don't even have a dvd drive in my rig any more...
     
  9. Madengineer

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    Is it a trustable site?

    I know it doesnt seem like much money, but i dont exactly wanna be conned out of 40-50$

    Its more of a back up solution. Easier to install from a DVD then have to redownload it and install it :)


    Its out of stock anyway :D

    I think i'll just get it locally on dvd. Make it much simpler :D
     
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  10. TXN

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    Operation Metro inspired map... All indoors again.
     
  11. jmart38

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    Yeah, a few members from here used it to buy bf3. The owner/operator is a member on here to I believe.

    re: the DVD's, the version you re install off the disc will be potentially a huge number of versions out of date and make the process pointless anyway.
     
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  12. gtarmanrob

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    im actually starting to really enjoy Metro, the total mayhem is kinda fun. i usually just go support, try set up a solid position and deploy bipod and try last as long as i can.

    definitely need to play on the no rockets/nade launcher servers though. i dont mind it but sometimes its a bit too stupid.
     
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    Anyone else having issues with the new battlelog update and chrome? Installed plugin for the third time now, with a hard lock, and two fresh restarts in between. Any ideas?
     
  14. Statitica

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    Hey look, it's vertical metro.

    1 week early on PS3... :rolleyes:
     
  15. NiTeHaWk

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    I thought battle"field" was supposed to have you know a "field". Might as well buy COD.

    Unfortunately, there is many metro padders which makes these types of maps so popular. It just doesn't have the BF feel and shouldn't be in the game.

    I have played Metro about 8 times and one of them included 51 grenade kills out of my 99 total. It's just pointless spam there is no skill involved.

    PS. Pretty sure my highest score was on Metro :p
     
  16. Unframed

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    I'd like to say that these maps look potentially decent. The rooftop one seems like it could be well fun and they seem to open more options for flanking than Metro.
     
  17. iinsom

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    Exactly right :(

    Ugh

    Fuck, people only play op metro because its faster xp you twats.. It would be the same if you could explosive spam on another map, then that map would be popular..

    ARGH
     
  18. Timding

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    Remember original Karkand?

    Smaller versions of Karkand on BF2 especially infantry only was HUGELY based on Nade spamming at the start? People played those maps for quick kills, whereas those who prefered the bigger maps stuck with maps like Sharqi and Dragon Valley.
     
  19. FatBoy

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    New smaller maps will be USAS + frag rounds heaven... and RPG's and M320's and nades... hehe +claymores
     
  20. stav's

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    I don't think I will buy it at first, if at all. But it does put you at a disadvantage because you don't have access to the new guns.(If they turn out to have good stats.)
     

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