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Old 01-31-04, 11:13 AM   #9
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Originally posted by BigBerthaEA
Curious...where do you come up with such an accusation?
That was probably a very careless comment of me. I suppose I'm just bitter about EA putting expansion after expansion out for games (such as Allied Assault) when other companies offer free addons, such as new levels or at least a few multiplayer maps. I must say that in the interim between Allied Assault and the Spearhead expansion, I loved to play the MOHAA objective based maps, but grew tired of the same ones over and over again. A few single player missions and some new maps doesn't justify another $24.99 out of our pockets is all I'm saying.
I had my fill of World War 2 shooters about 10 games ago.
Maybe so, but this is really the first big production PC game that involes the Pacific Theater on such a level. Sure there was the 2nd Deadly Dozen game, but in all fairness I think it's pretty safe the say that Pacific Assault will blow it away. It's a new theater with a completely different environment.
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