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Games!!! What are your favorites?

Discussion in 'Anything else' started by smayragrace, Jul 19, 2012.

  1. smayragrace

    smayragrace New Member

    Hello Guys,

    Mine favorite games are:-

    Battlefield 3
    Guilds War 2
    Need For speed ..etc

    So , Share with me your all time favorite Games Guys?
  2. fionadirk

    fionadirk Regular Member

    Mine favorite games are:
    Snow Bros

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  4. martin luth

    martin luth New Member

    There’s something about Battlefield 3 that makes you think of Friedrich’s old chestnut: “He who fights monsters should see to it that he himself does not become a monster.” Battlefield 3 has, from the very beginning, been developed, marketed and hyped as the game that could take on the Call of Duty juggernaut and win. Somehow, during this process it has become exactly the kind of monster it was designed to fight – a leaden, tunnel-visioned spin on the military shooter, with exactly the kind of sub Tom Clancy plotting and reliance on shock moments that DICE seemed to be working against in Battlefield: Bad Company 2. As a single-player game, Battlefield 3 has all of the failings of Modern Warfare, Modern Warfare 2 and Black Ops, but without the assured pacing and big movie moments that make the Infinity Ward and Treyarch games work. In aggressively confronting Modern Warfare, Battlefield 3 has become a second-rate clone.
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