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    News - Modern Warfare 3 supported by Steamworks

    Modern Warfare 3 now available to pre-order via Steam. Full Steamworks service confirmed.
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    Re: News - Modern Warfare 3 supported by Steamworks

    Well it's partial good news, I suppose. Not for me: the game I don't want to play on the service I want to use. Still big thumbs down to EA for their stance on BF3. Might concentrate more on my other hobbies this autumn instead of gaming.

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    Re: News - Modern Warfare 3 supported by Steamworks

    i really don't get what the big deal is
    if all your games are on steam then you could buy BF3 and leave the disc in..hell i bet you have 2 drives anyway
    or you could just install origin, i can't understand all this complaining about having another program running, if your computer is so bad as to not run comfortably with multiple background apps then it won't be good enough to play new games anyway P

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    Re: News - Modern Warfare 3 supported by Steamworks

    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnah View Post
    i really don't get what the big deal is
    if all your games are on steam then you could buy BF3 and leave the disc in..hell i bet you have 2 drives anyway
    or you could just install origin, i can't understand all this complaining about having another program running, if your computer is so bad as to not run comfortably with multiple background apps then it won't be good enough to play new games anyway P
    If you can't understand the problem, don't dismiss it or belittle it.

    I'm glad for you that your preference is covered. Mine is not, hence my statement.

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    Re: News - Modern Warfare 3 supported by Steamworks

    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnah View Post
    i really don't get what the big deal is
    if all your games are on steam then you could buy BF3 and leave the disc in..hell i bet you have 2 drives anyway
    or you could just install origin, i can't understand all this complaining about having another program running, if your computer is so bad as to not run comfortably with multiple background apps then it won't be good enough to play new games anyway P

    You have to use Origin. And let it poke around your hard drive. EA should stop meddling. Leave the game to the developers. PR and funding is your job.

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    Re: News - Modern Warfare 3 supported by Steamworks

    Shouldn't the headline read that Dedicated Servers are coming back? Surely thats more interesting, how they have done a u-turn.
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    Re: News - Modern Warfare 3 supported by Steamworks

    yh i don't agree how origin does that but gd how there is dedicated for mw

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