Originally Posted by bcoop
That's why I bought the PS3 over the xbox360. Well, that and the ring of death that seems to be all too common.
Yep, i'm glad they fixed what was causing the issue.
Originally Posted by 2001 GT
Is it worth buying....yeah I guess....is the single player fun...yeah.....does the multi player SUCK.....HELL YEAH...
I would bet that all of the people that really enjoy the multiplayer never spent any time on any of the battlefield series. If you did you would know what I'm talking about. More or less....COD is o...k... in small doses. Just the idea of putting 30 or so people on maps no bigger then 1 single solitary flag point in BF2 and then making it where you are safe from gun fire virtually NO WHERE (because almost all surfaces are penetrable) gets a little old. Then to add insult to injury there arenít any vehicles you could play in and because of that there isnít as much variety so its easier to get bored.
i've played BF 2 and BF 2142. I like both. Liked bf214 more, but if i was to put bf2, bf2142, and cod4 all three side by side, and judge them on how much i liked them when i started playing them, how much they held my interest, and how much playability they have when i get bored, i'm going to hold COD4 above the other two.
I'm not a newbie to fps online games, and i can't begin to say how many school nights and summers were wasted on games like Counter Strike and Day of defeat (not the new source crap, back when those games were practically free.)
COD4 will not be a buy you'll regret, and if you have to get it for a console, then a 360 is what you'll want.
If $50 a year for online gaming will break you, then either console will be bad for you when you go to buy a game, or a blu-ray movie.
Do what all the big ballers do. . . buy both and cover all the bases.