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    Default Battlefield 2: Modern Combat (XBox)

    Just a heads up fells, in the latest Official XBox magazine there is a playable online demo of Battlefied. It contains one map (Backstab) but plenty of vehicle's (helicoptors yeah!!) and a ton of Mayham!!

    Looks like this will be the online title to get this fall, and may out-sell the eagerly awaited Rainbow Six 3:Lockdown.

    Cannot wait to see the full version.:)
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    I love the Xbox, but didn't care too much for the demo of BF2. Have you tried the PC version? It's simply amazing.

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    Anyone else playing Battlefield 2 for the PC. I just checked it out online and it looks crazy good. Just want another opinion before I do a blind buy.

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    I really like BF2, but be warned. It is very buggy, mine will crash over time. Apparently due to memory leaks. And make sure your video card is supported, I ended up building a new PC after I found out my video card was too old (Nvidia Ti440). Great game though, lots of fun just like the first one.

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    I picked up the PC version today. Review and impressions to follow.

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    BF2 PC version is alota fun , with some xint graphics . Does take some horsepower to run it though at hi-rez with the eye-candy on .

    Not to sure if an xbox version would be in the same class just in part due to the graphics can no way match the pc version ; all-be-it 75% of the fun is in the game play .

    Next patch (1.03) is around the corner for release , so we shall see how things go from there . Overall the game is pretty stable after patch 1.02 .

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    If anyone here runs an overclocked pc and has had problems with bsd or system reboots while playing BF2 ; I suggest down clocking your overclock buy about 50-100mhz and try it from there . The slight downclocking has cured three seperate peeps pc problems with BF2 that I know of including myself . The game now runs XINT without a single glitch .

    Sorry ... gotta run .... GAME TIME calls :D :D :D
    (look for me as "w00ps" during gameplay or on xfire )
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    Default Call the exterminator!!

    Fun game with more bugs than a mexican whorehouse. And what the hell is up with no support for GeForce chipsets? EA has gotten so damn arrogant it is disgusting. I really want to like it, but even on a killer machine it crashes all the time. Too damn buggy and too damn demanding to be considered a great game imo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stereo55
    [note]
    If anyone here runs an overclocked pc and has had problems with bsd or system reboots while playing BF2 ; I suggest down clocking your overclock buy about 50-100mhz and try it from there . The slight downclocking has cured three seperate peeps pc problems with BF2 that I know of including myself . The game now runs XINT without a single glitch .

    Sorry ... gotta run .... GAME TIME calls :D :D :D
    (look for me as "w00ps" during gameplay or on xfire )
    I confirm that. If you have a lot of crash, just downclock to default settings ;).
    I guess I have to install a liquid cooling to OC again :D.


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    I have a GeForce 6600GT and it plays smoothly at 1024x768 with a lot of high settings. I don't know what are you talking about. It's one of the "The way it's meant to be played" game ;) .
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