let me guess, you dont like Microsoft too? Sadly, EA = MS in the game world, there is little/no getting away from them.cvg said:EA sucks. Their last good game was NFS: Porsche Unleashed. Has anyone played Fight Night Round 3 on Xbox 360? It sucks. What about NFS: Most Wanted? Slow as shit on the 360. BF2? Don't even get me started.
EA is dead to me.
EA has always been about making games that sell. Recently they have forced that mentality on their development houses, which in turn have to turn out crappy game after crappy game because people buy them. Distribution companies have development houses by the balls (and in EA's case, they are either owners or majority shareholders of most of the development companies), because there's no other ways to get your games out to market.osabros said:just look at the sims expansions to get an idea of how EA has turned their focus from making good games to making games that sell
Yes, Fight Night Round 3 is lame, but BF2 still rocks 8) It's still the best FPS.cvg said:EA sucks. Their last good game was NFS: Porsche Unleashed. Has anyone played Fight Night Round 3 on Xbox 360? It sucks. What about NFS: Most Wanted? Slow as shit on the 360. BF2? Don't even get me started.
EA is dead to me.
The tutorials suck. It doesn't tell you how to punch. I ended up button-mashing and won a few fights. Plus the announcer said "haymaker" about 45,394 times per round (which became really annoying).Dark_Templer_102 said:But.....i love fight night 3!
Why don't you guys like it?
Think BF1942 vs. BFV. Same exact situation, i.e. same engine, but spruced up and requires a little bit better PC.osabros said:i've just had a thought: what will be the system requirements for the new BF? i built my current PC to cope with BF2, i hope i won't have to get new hardware for the new one