Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by morbias, Nov 28, 2014.
They removed some from TDM type game modes like ones for getting on roofs.
Getting a new rig? :banana:
Rank up you maggot. :wanker:
It goes REALLY slow now after 118. :bang:
Can't wait to fire up BF4 when my new Ultrawide monitor arrives.
lol, haven't played in ages. The game still looks amazing though, playing today I was just staring at the detail, really nice. will play some tomorrow.
Because I removed my system specs? xD
I am saving for a new CPU/MOBO combo... but other than that I didn't want to have my system specs on the side there haha//
w00t? I should probably play again too...
You gettin' aroused m8 ?
Don't tell anyone ok!
New maps hurry up...
I really hate my work's network blocking casual gaming content.
Join the club Have to use phone when this happens, but 3g connection in the office is pretty bad!
I'm too lazy to navigate to the board on the phone when I sit in front of a computer
Anyone notice increased VRAM usage after the patch? I swear I used to use ~1.5GB and now its like 1.9GB.
I'd love to see a skyscraper map where it would basically play out like the movie The Raid. Be able to jump off the roof, parachute down, then crash through a window and flank the enemy. Or a scenario like this...
Oh how I wish DICE would at least allow user created maps.
That's still not Community Created.... More like Community Suggested.
MOD TOOLS WOULD MAKE ALL THE HURT GO AWAY.
Recently found another side on BF4 that does make the hurt go away: Don't play
But seriously, I never got if it really helps anybody to not have mod tools, or if it's just stupid corporate decision to maximize DLC sales.
Allowing people to Mod the game only enriches the community of a particular game... it also lets the community continue on after the developer makes a new game and forgets about the old game.. It also leads to more copies of said game being sold.. It also leads to more game developers... seriously.. it literally leads to more game developers, young kids learning how to mod when they are trying to make some custom weapon skin, or a map to play on then a lot of times go on to becoming gamedev's themselves.
It lets the community make ideas, create new things, this sometimes leads to the gamedev seeing what modders are doing and getting ideas from that...
The Reason Battlefield 2 exists for instance was because of Desert Combat, Had the Desert Combat mod for 1942 not been made I honestly believe BF2 would not exist.
You only have to look at other games that have mod tools to see it brings nothing negative to the game, it only enriches the community and leads to more copies of games being sold because of the modding.
EA's stance on this is nonsensical.
Tell that to the online gta community, that game has been all but destroyed by mods.