But... how does losing give you an advantage?
In this case, it's the one has more realism that gives me an advantage.
Last edited by BluRayPSP; 11-18-2011 at 10:09 AM.
Who said I loose? Battlefield 3 Beta, I did quite well in comparison to other games. I looked at simply by looking at my death to life ratio. I can say I killed more than I died. In other games... I just f***ing die because the game doesn't make sense half the time.
Although it is late, WiiAssassin said what I pretty much meant. With CoD... yeah... I don't really get it half the time why everybody likes it so I can go with both concepts, except with this message, I'm putting them together. I don't understand the 90's games and how a bunch of people paid so much money for games that were so unrealistic. The only 90's game I would buy for multi-player mayhem would have to be Half-Life. After playing it for while, I've had fun being able to kill some of these a**holes. As long as I'm able to kill them a few times... I can careless how many times I get killed. It's like a racing game, if you play a game against someone that beats you every time and you cannot win EVER! Are you going to continue playing or quit?
I am getting a new computer...!?... in the future probably about in next two months or so. what do you think of the customized Alienware PC Specs:
Intel Core i7 2670QM 2.2GHz (3.1GHz w/Turbo Boost 6MB Cach)
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
4GB Dual Channel DDR3 @1600MHz RAM
3.0GB DDR3 NVIDIA GeForce GT 555M using NVidia Optimus Technology
750GB [7200RPM] Sata 3GB/s Internal HDD
14" [720p] 1366x768p resolution WLED backlit Display
8x SuperMulti DVD+R/RW Slot Load Optical Drive
Interal High-Def 5.1 Surround Sound Audio
Nebula Red with Soft Touch Finsh [Red Colored Laptop]
Personalized Plate [With My Name]
Keyboard Lighting [Quasar Blue]
Wallpaper [Alienhead Chrome Red]
Steam and Portal Factory Installed
All for $1,299