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I'd happily play with you in my team :toast:
Just like anybody from TPU.. I've tried to add you as a friend in BFBC2,but as mentioned before,for some stupid reason,they made it possible only if the player which you want to add is online too...and I never see you online at the same time as me :)
The problem is Im in UK and the time difference rarely let me play with you guys,most of the time,the first few fellas from TPU connect after 3am UK time,but by that time my eyes are more crossed than Crazyeyesreapers LOL:roll: just bedtime
I don't have a problem hooking up with TPU'er I was making the point that if people took it to seriously they wouldn't want us guys that lose tickets on their team. Thanks for the invite. I haven't been playing much lately. I have Metro and just bought FEAR 2 I have been messing around with. Thanks Again
 
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i know, its terrible, not letting people preorder 5 month in advance :rolleyes:
Depends on your perspective really, i like the ability to preorder really early so i can avoid future issues and to know i have the game in my catalog.

Now of course generally they won't let us do any preordering till a month or so before the games out. But by then, who knows what issues i'll have to pay off as opposed to dropping cash down on a preorder.

I like to get everything out of the way.
 
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Don't you not actually pay until release though?
 

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Don't you not actually pay until release though?
Steam lets you ''prepurchase'', so they take the cash out of your account before the game is released.
 
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EADM does the same job steam does. If you want the overlay just add non steam game not a big deal really. Plus you can get it a lot cheaper if you get a promo code of some noob at ebay. I will pay like ~20e.
 

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EADM does the same job steam does. If you want the overlay just add non steam game not a big deal really. Plus you can get it a lot cheaper if you get a promo code of some noob at ebay. I will pay like ~20e.
Yeah, but when you have a ton of games, some from gogamer, some from ea, some from steam, some from random other places, because you only buy where the best deals or the earliest pre-orders are, it gets extremely annoying if you need to redownload your games. Not to mention certain other sources don't always allow you an upload, they only allow them for so long. And while you can add Steam overlay, it doesn't have hour tracking,

I just personally don't want to hop around trying to figure where all of my games are from, it's why I got like 160 games on Steam, imagine if I just got those in a bunch of random places, would be insanity.
 
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I got like 160 games on Steam, imagine if I just got those in a bunch of random places, would be insanity.
Good for you. I only got a few games and play one :cry:. I'm good with half the price for same stuff and clicking a few more times when I reinstall OS once a year or two.
 

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Good for you. I only got a few games and play one :cry:. I'm good with half the price for same stuff and clicking a few more times when I reinstall OS once a year or two.
Good for you, but I'm explaining why theres a few people here who like to stick with Steam. Wouldn't be just clicking a few more times for some of us, granted I back up my Steam folder because it's like 800gb and I don't feel like downloading all of those games even if they are from the same source.
 
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No I like everything in one place like Steam. Makes it easy to backup and keep updated.
what about d2d? lately i have been really impressed with their service, i like the pure-web
interface, patching isn't hard - and you get the same goodies (unless i'm wrong about that)

It's not steam, so if the "one place" part is a definite necessity, d2d is a no go, but otherwise
i recommend them, for this order at least.

Yeah, but when you have a ton of games, some from gogamer, some from ea, some from steam, some from random other places,
i normally always agree with kurgan, but here i just don't see the huge deal. i have hundreds of games through steam,d2d,eastore, etc. i wont do ea store anymore, but
ill still do d2d. sometimes impulse or gog. but really, my email keeps track of every purchase and where from. i don't have to reinstall THAT often for it to become a pain.

I can see from a strictly technical view, the reasoning kurgan and mailman use
- but with equal or possibly even more games through digital services, i just can't agree
that it is a big enough deal to make a difference. price/timing matters, that's about it afaic.

BUT, that just means they care about organization more than i do... that's a personality type thing and we've all got 'em :)
 
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Good for you, but I'm explaining why theres a few people here who like to stick with Steam. Wouldn't be just clicking a few more times for some of us, granted I back up my Steam folder because it's like 800gb and I don't feel like downloading all of those games even if they are from the same source.
Yeah I have 2 sources. Steam and EA. I had a couple other sources , but over the years just let them go because the games
I had through them weren't very good any way. Haven't made up my mind who I'll get BF3 through yet. Probably Steam !
 

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i normally always agree with kurgan, but here i just don't see the huge deal. i have hundreds of games through steam,d2d,eastore, etc. i wont do ea store anymore, but
ill still do d2d. sometimes impulse or gog. but really, my email keeps track of every purchase and where from. i don't have to reinstall THAT often for it to become a pain.

I can see from a strictly technical view, the reasoning kurgan and mailman use
- but with equal or possibly even more games through digital services, i just can't agree
that it is a big enough deal to make a difference. price/timing matters, that's about it afaic.

BUT, that just means they care about organization more than i do... that's a personality type thing and we've all got 'em :)
I'd agree with this, but the reason I usually buy Steam is also because they have sales all the time. Something like this I am in no hurry to pre-order, some places have 10% off right now, Steam does it for almost all Pre-orders, so might as well just have it there is how I look at it. It's not a big deal, but it just makes things slightly easier and I'm lazy :laugh: I also use my Steam to launch all my games, so a bunch of non-Steam games I have to add, which combats my laziness.
 
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I have been reading tweets from DICE about tons of reporters in for interviews with DICE early this week. Looks like this is all about the E3 Multiplayer splash... Link

I have played Battlefield 3
Posted 2011-05-31 22:45, by Calle Johansson-Sundelius

This afternoon I was and Jimpa on Dice to get a first glimpse of the multiplayer in Battlefield 3 . Just over one hour of gameplay and interviews with Patrick Bach, Executive Producer, and Lars Gustavsson, Lead Multiplayer Designer. My lips are sealed and my fingers threatened to break 18:00 on June 7, when E3 officially starts. Did I say that we are among the first in the world to share our handson-impression?
 
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I have been reading tweets from DICE about tons of reporters in for interviews with DICE early this week. Looks like this is all about the E3 Multiplayer splash... Link
I just got my pecker reattached after the last 12 minute video they released. I don't even have the stitches out!
 

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I just got my pecker reattached after the last 12 minute video they released. I don't even have the stitches out!
Have you ever thought about a prosthetic?
 
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New Battlefield Blog Post: BF3 goes to E3!

BY: HBrun
POSTED : Jun 03, 2011, 12:00AM



E3 2011 in Los Angeles is only a few days away and there is a lot of excitement in the air. We are thrilled to be at the expo to show you Battlefield 3! We are currently putting the final touches on our demo - testing, tweaking, and in general, creating a game that’s looking amazing. I’m very happy and proud of what our DICE team has accomplished and what we’ll be unveiling to the world at E3.

Following our Battlefield 3 announcement earlier this spring, a lot of you have asked us for more info on multiplayer. Well, wait no further – we will be showing both single player and multiplayer gameplay at E3! You can expect new trailers and screenshots as well as in-depth press previews hitting next week. You can also watch the EA press conference live on EA.com on Monday.

So what can you expect from the Battlefield 3 multiplayer? Powered by the Frostbite 2 engine, Battlefield 3 features some of the biggest and most spectacular maps that we have built. At the same time, we are also able to create more intense close-quarter combat than ever before. The multiplayer map, “Operation Métro,” available for press to play on the show floor, combines both sides of the scale into one cohesive experience. Gamers will experience a physical battlefield and be able to temporarily disable vehicles, go prone, mount weapons, lay down suppressive fire and more. Under the hood, the brand-new engine ensures cutting-edge visuals and immersion. All things combined, big and small, add up to the best Battlefield game we have ever created!

Of course there are things we will not be showing at E3, including the game’s extensive co-op campaign, the introduction of Team Death Match mode and the Battlefield 3 Battlelog web destination – featuring powerful social tools, feeds and detailed player stats. Battlelog also lets you manage your friends lists, squad up, create platoons, use voice chat and follow your friends’ progress in real-time, and more. Battlelog will be available for the monthly fee of (drum roll)... zero dollars. We look forward to providing more information on these features in the near future!

Karl Magnus Troedsson
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I was surprised to see the Wake Island concept. Looks pretty good. Definitely not my favorite map, been on a ton of crappy teams that can never even make a beach head, then it really sucks.

I'm still holding out for Dragon Valley.
 
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I bet my left testicle that the server list will not work on release and the friends list will be buggy until Battlefield4

EDIT: ON a side note EA just installed some Steam wannabe client instead of EADM with a friends list etc.
 

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I bet my left testicle that the server list will not work on release and the friends list will be buggy until Battlefield4
If history is any guide that's a safe bet (which is good when testicles are involved, of course). They could surprise us though. This is their "biggest" release yet by far too. We know they are working very hard to get it all right.
 
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