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Old 11-17-05, 10:49 AM   #1
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Default COD2 vs BIA2

calssic question:which of the two are better ?
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Any FPS is better then the BIA series, I think they are pathetic. Sure they are fun and the squadmates say some great lines but the AI and the aiming scheme such really bad. Stupid magic bullets...
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Whats the secret of aiming in BIA. Its annoying.
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I'd have to vote for Call of Duty 2, but they're really not similar games beyond the fact they're WWII themed. Sure, in CoD2 you fight alongside a lot of fellow soldiers, but you can't control their actions. It depends on what you're in the mood for, and if you like "lone wolf" style shooters or tactical, squad-based games.
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if the aiming was normal in BiA i would love that game
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Old 11-18-05, 12:57 AM   #12
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Default Re: COD2 vs BIA2

Im disgusted the question was raised.

Even CoD 1 takes BIA2 and gives it some of those.......... (starts pumping invisibale girls ass)

CoD2 jus finishes nicely, creaming all over BIA2's case...

CoD2 all the way.......
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