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JCXanirus

JCXanirus - Oct. 13, 2010 at 3:27:24am

For some back story, read my recent blog post.

http://www.omgn.com/blog/JCXanirus/2010/10/13/ashamed-to-be-a-pc-gamer-these-days

With that in mind, I'm considering getting both the PC version and 360.

PC

Got my mouse.  Plus, it would be seriously nice to have a game with bots on the PC with Call of Duty's shooting mechanics.  (Not Unreal Tournament.)  Dedicated servers are back in.

 

360

Friends online, but also the ability to play a local game on the same machine and add in bots.  No more 4 man matches in huge maps.

 

 


"I'm sorry but I only speak two languages, English and bad English!"

-Bruce Willis, Fifth Element

rfludwick

rfludwick - Oct. 13, 2010 at 12:55:01pm

I'm not sure which I'd get. I'm better at shooters on a console, interestingly, so I'd probably go that route. But in getting both you'll be able to experience two different communities of play, so that's a plus.

Read the blog and I tend to agree with your rant. Haven't thought a whole lot about the pros and cons of dedicated vs open servers, so I can't really weigh in at the moment.


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JCXanirus

JCXanirus - Oct. 13, 2010 at 3:33:34pm

Well mostly I'm contemplating because of the cost. The only game I haad a console version of and then a pc version of was GTA San Andreas. But the PC version I ended up getting many years later, and it was much cheaper too.

I also might progress further in one version more thhan the other.


"I'm sorry but I only speak two languages, English and bad English!"

-Bruce Willis, Fifth Element

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