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Old 11-17-08, 04:47 AM   #61
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EDIT: i managed to get the console down

well i want to know what the maps are named, i canīt find the map names
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Old 11-17-08, 07:58 AM   #62
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Now when did they say teh 6th COD was due?

was fun as heck now i can focus on FC2 or Fallout 3
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Old 11-17-08, 09:34 AM   #63
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the SP is at least on par with CoD4, sometimes even better.
is it really that bad

COD4 SP was quite bad.

still no demo right? Would like to try it before I buy it.
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Old 11-17-08, 09:43 AM   #64
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Its worth a buy for sure. I have only played the sp for about an hour, but three friends and I have so much fun in co-op last night. I like this one so much better than cod4. MP is similar to cod4.

People are ragging this game because of ww2, and it is shameful that so many are making these statements, and do not own the game.
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Old 11-17-08, 01:39 PM   #65
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Its worth a buy for sure. I have only played the sp for about an hour, but three friends and I have so much fun in co-op last night. I like this one so much better than cod4. MP is similar to cod4.

People are ragging this game because of ww2, and it is shameful that so many are making these statements, and do not own the game.

QFT this has become my favorite game ever!!! Co-op with friends rocks. Thought we had played out the WW II games, I was really not looking forward to this one. I was absolutely and completely wrong!!!!
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Old 11-17-08, 02:14 PM   #66
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I gotta say this is a great game. I'm hooked. Dunno if I'm near the end or what, but I cant put this down. I think I'm favoring the Pacific campaign the most, they are all great though. The coolest thing they added was blowing heads off with blood fountain gibbage. Makes you want to totally go for head shots. But yea, when the woman floats past me butt assed naked, I know I got a good game on my hands, and I'm spending just a LITTLE too much time playing it...
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Old 11-17-08, 03:33 PM   #67
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The SP was better than COD 4; every mission was a climatic battle, unlike COD 4 which involved a lot of sneaking around night forests with Cpt. Price
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4 player zombie mode over LAN = aaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhh!!!

on our 2nd attempt we got to level 17 at 47 minutes. The ray guns are a necessity!
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Old 11-17-08, 04:20 PM   #69
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i never got to zombies after that japanese stand it was over for me perhaps itīs bonus if completed on a harder setting?

well anyways cod games almost never dissapoints me..that is my opinion of these games

now where is NR6
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Well just finished playing for the night, played for about 4 hours. I would have to say that playing on the first level felt like MOHPA all over again until I hit the later missions. I am still mixed on it. Dont get me wrong its a good game, but after Fallout, Farcry2 and Crysis freedom the games have, it feels very Linear for me. But hey once I finish it and play it again ill let you know how I felt about it
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how are the maps? fun?
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Playing through the SP campaign. First off, I'm pleasantly surprised that the game largely revolves around WWII's pacific campaign. I guess I should of payed more attention to the write-up

Anyway. All in all it's everything I expect to see in a CoD game, no more no less. Lots of action, linear levels, scripted sequences, beautifully designed environments and audio. The SP portion of the game isn't revolutionary, but it caters for everyone who wants more of the same.

Yet to try MP/co-op. But I imagine it's a blast.
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