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    Re: cod4 Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by s_kinton View Post
    "Once the pin is pulled Mr Grenade is not our friend"

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    Re: cod4 Thread

    Yeah I got this one, just after dying when I watch in slow motion as the AI terorist lobbed my own grenade back at me, exploding in my face without the slightest chance of getting out the way

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    Re: cod4 Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by DecomposingStar View Post
    Check out that guys other reviews. He's obviously a douche. He's not only a playstation gamer, but he thinks Shadow of Collossus was the best game in 2005.
    I wouldn't read too much into something like that anyway I just found it quite funny. 0 out of 10! This game is the root of all evil!

    Although really, the reviews that say "This game rooolz! 10/10" aren't much better to me.

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    Re: cod4 Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by acrobat View Post
    I wouldn't read too much into something like that anyway I just found it quite funny. 0 out of 10! This game is the root of all evil!

    Although really, the reviews that say "This game rooolz! 10/10" aren't much better to me.
    both extremes are as useless as eachother.

    0/0 on graphics? The graphics are at least an 8. But at the same time, some of the missions did feel like the same old crap.

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    Re: cod4 Thread

    i am a bit late but i am going to get the game tomorow, i loved cod 3 so i am defiantly going to enjoy this one

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    Re: cod4 Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Darklink View Post
    i am a bit late but i am going to get the game tomorow, i loved cod 3 so i am defiantly going to enjoy this one
    Not really, it's only been out 4 days

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    Re: cod4 Thread

    I take back what I said about not liking the whole enemies-out-of-no-where cod4 gameplay. The demo was like that; and the US missions too - didn't really like them. But the SAS missions were amazing. The sniper one was awesome.

    I truly believe this game has the best ending of a videogame, ever. It was stunning. The fun fast paced mission after the credits was great too.

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    I liked the game.... but it seems like-- I don't know.... i don't think i'll ever play it again. The difficulty settings are aweful... I hate that whole "easy-enemy-dmg=3 hard-enemy-dmg=10" style of settings. Just seems pointless playing the game on hard. The multiplayer seems like a grind, and is too rushed. It could be really cool if it were a bit more tactical and the maps were bigger.

    Overall score from me? I guess about 78%. Good graphics, cool story with fun gameplay (bar the last few levels... they seemed a bit sloppy).

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    Re: cod4 Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by DecomposingStar View Post
    I liked the game.... but it seems like-- I don't know.... i don't think i'll ever play it again. The difficulty settings are aweful... I hate that whole "easy-enemy-dmg=3 hard-enemy-dmg=10" style of settings. Just seems pointless playing the game on hard. The multiplayer seems like a grind, and is too rushed. It could be really cool if it were a bit more tactical and the maps were bigger.

    Overall score from me? I guess about 78%. Good graphics, cool story with fun gameplay (bar the last few levels... they seemed a bit sloppy).

    I guess that people play it on the harder settings for more of a challenge, at least that's why after finishing it on hardened I'm now going through it on veteran.

    What variations of the multiplayer mode have you been playing? The S&D mode is very good and requires a lot more tactics and is a slower pace than the DM style's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trash Man View Post
    I guess that people play it on the harder settings for more of a challenge, at least that's why after finishing it on hardened I'm now going through it on veteran.

    What variations of the multiplayer mode have you been playing? The S&D mode is very good and requires a lot more tactics and is a slower pace than the DM style's.
    I played on hardened and did some levels on veteran... It doesnt seem more of a challenge, it just seems like "more enemies, more firepower, less health" which i don't find more challenging, just more frustrating.

    The multiplayer would just benifit for simple things, bigger maps and longer distances between choke points would make the gameplay alot more tactical. It's not aweful- it's just not my favourite way of playing.

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    Re: cod4 Thread

    Is this more demanding than Crysis?

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    Re: cod4 Thread

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    Is this more demanding than Crysis?
    Not even close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomas Brunski View Post
    Is this more demanding than Crysis?
    COD4 is a corridoor shooter. You only run around in relatively small areas, whereas Crysis loads up massive areas with huge view distances. Totally different league.

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    Re: cod4 Thread

    I've seen CoD4 run superbly on a massive array of system setups. Runs really well on a LOT of hardware.

    Very polished game, well done IW and Activision

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    Re: cod4 Thread

    you don't need a &#163;300 + graphics card to run COD4, and the only way your gonna get to actually see all those fantastic graphics in Crysis is through your pocket.

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    Re: cod4 Thread

    I can run crysis on my dell xps M1330 at native resolution (ok it's only 1280 x 800 but still)

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    I was stunned it works so perfectly

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