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  1. OMG Hide your kid, hide your wife, because ervry bodys apple be floatin around here. - Antonio Dodson's review on this epic fail.
  2. Found a Black Ops Zombie video yesterday, was really awsome looks 10x better than waw. But Youtube decided to be a buzzkill and take it off...
  3. Keep range on until you see jad, or (hear him) because his range is instant.
  4. Yeah would hate this to end up like some other recent fps people hyped up... I truly dont see how people hate mw2 so much, if you hate it then why complain about it. But on topic. I dont know how it will work with the whole no stopping power and no juggernaut. I think sniping will either finnally take skill, or it will suck.
  5. For all the people who hate TI, i use them. Not for cheating, but for tactical purposes to stay behind the enemy and away from my loud ass team when i use my undetectible ninja class (only class with a TI too)
  6. Idk about other people, but I personally found it fun to unlock [cabbage] and have stuff to work towards, and get a bit more bored with the lack of things to do at 10th with everything completed. Im just like that, i think its fun to redo everything and focus on a different area of the game each prestige.
  7. I wouldnt freak out over it. But i dont like the principle of how this Gigantic company that is one of the richest in the world increases it and doesnt give anything out of it. Although i got a ps3 because i like it better, i still dont like having to pay money to play my games that i payed for already :rolleyes:
  8. They reveal that the game will suck, we all buy it anyway, have fun for 3 months, then complain that it sucks. Thus, the cycle repeats itself. That only happened for the past 2 games. Do you mean WaW? That was pretty fun.
  9. Love playing your Xbox 360 games online? Join the crew...and please have your credit card handy, because Microsoft would like to have a word with it. Specifically, the word "more." On Monday, the company announced plans to raise the price of the Xbox Live Gold membership, making it the online network's first fee hike in its eight-year history. Beginning November 1, gamers in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and the U.K. will have to fork over at least $10 extra per year to enjoy the premium service, which is required for playing games with (or against) pals online. In the U.S., the annual subscription plan -- once $49.99, soon to be $59.99 -- will remain far and way the most economical. The monthly plan will see a $2 bump ($9.99/month, or $120/year), while the three-month plan will jump $5 ($24.99/month, or $100/year). Why the sudden hike? To Xbox Live spokesman Major Nelson, someone has to pay for all the stuff they keep adding to the network, right? "Since launching Xbox LIVE in 2002 we have continually added more content and entertainment experiences for our members, while keeping the price the same," he said. "Were confident that when the new pricing takes effect, an Xbox LIVE Gold membership will continue to offer the best value in the industry." Well, that's one way to look at it. Another way to look at it is that Microsoft remains the only one of the big three console makers to charge a fee for online play. While Sony's recently-released "Playstation Plus" upgrade gives gamers access to premium content, playing games online is still entirely free for all users. And though the Wii has lagged behind in the online gaming field, the relatively few games that support online play don't cost players extra. But with blockbuster multiplayer games like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 selling like hotcakes on the 360, Microsoft hasn't had a hard time convincing users to pay up. According to Bloomberg, a good 25 million Xbox 360 owners went Gold in the last fiscal year, netting the company about $600 million in fees alone and accounting for roughly half of Microsoft's estimated $1.2 billion in revenue via the online service. With the Xbox 360 topping charts in July and surefire seller Halo: Reach arriving September 14th, the company might need to buy a bigger wallet. It's not all doom and gloom for 360 gamers, however. In a half-hearted attempt to make amends for the rate increase, Microsoft is letting current U.S. Xbox Live Gold members lock in one more year of membership for $39.99, a $20 premium over the coming price. Not bad, but an even thriftier move is to snap up a few discounted pre-paid cards at online retailers like Amazon. Redeem one now, then save one for next year to renew at the discounted price again. Sneaky...and sure to vanish quickly, so hop to it. Original Source: http://videogames.yahoo.com/events/plugged-in/microsoft-raising-xbox-live-membership-prices/1409254
  10. That was dumb. I hate all those video makers that put there damn name and how you should subscribe and give them 5 stars and all that crap, and then half the video is over. ill rate and subsribe to what i want. no need to dictate my actions :rolleyes:
  11. It sucks that ps3 is un-moddable :(
  12. So they suck, oh well. They may actually have lives :blink:
  13. Lmao ive nuked scrapyard like 5 times using the acr and other typical classes. Its easy if you know the map.
  14. Most likely. Danger close cancels out dc and vice versa.
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