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    News - Battlefield 3 'standard def' without a HDD

    Battlefield 3 Xbox 360 to include optional hi-res textures.
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    Re: News - Battlefield 3 'standard def' without a HDD

    Well, the characters that form the word hotel in arabic are correct, but its not joined up :/ - Never in my life have I seen an arabic sign formed like that.

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    Re: News - Battlefield 3 'standard def' without a HDD

    Just ignorant devs, we're lucky to get English words spelt correctly when Americans have a say.

    Can't say I'd surprised about this, 512MB shared RAM isn't much to play with by today's standards and I expect we'll only be seeing more of it.

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    Re: News - Battlefield 3 'standard def' without a HDD

    Quote Originally Posted by watercooled View Post
    Just ignorant devs, we're lucky to get English words spelt correctly when Americans have a say.

    Can't say I'd surprised about this, 512MB shared RAM isn't much to play with by today's standards and I expect we'll only be seeing more of it.
    erm, Dice who make battlefield 3 are Swedish

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    Re: News - Battlefield 3 'standard def' without a HDD

    Tbh, this whole thread just explains to everyone why they should play BF3 on the machine it is supposed to be played on... The PC.

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    Re: News - Battlefield 3 'standard def' without a HDD

    Quote Originally Posted by GoNz0 View Post
    erm, Dice who make battlefield 3 are Swedish
    Just a joke.
    And there are plenty of US folks involved in the making of the game.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wobblebob View Post
    Tbh, this whole thread just explains to everyone why they should play BF3 on the machine it is supposed to be played on... The PC.
    I'm trying to convince a few of my friends to do the same.

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    Re: News - Battlefield 3 'standard def' without a HDD

    I was on the Beta - and i gotta say, the signage is probably the last thing you are going to be focusing on...wouldn't let detract from the game. And considering its a largely western audience, you are probably one of a few who would of actually picked up on that (or at least care enough to - good spot though), rest of us will probably be giggling like schoolgirls whilst we flatten a building...or 10.

    I think - aside from agreeing with the above posts about PC gaming, which is the only way to play - this is the kind of quality we should be expecting from game devs and credit to them. Giving gamers what they want - even if they are console monkeys! It's refreshing to see a game that has been thought about and considered, rather than trying to offer one generic experience and ruin it for those who do want shiny!

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