Crosshairs November 26, 2009: Battlefield: Bad Company 2, The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks, PlayTV
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- Nov 25, 2009
This week on Crosshairs hang out in the Battlefield: Bad Company 2 multiplayer beta, jump on board with Link in The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks, chat to Sony Computer Entertainment head Michael Ephraim about PlayTV, and get your regular dose of news.
i think the mw2 game should just die.its not going to survive when battlefield bad company2 comes out.at least they listen to there fan base and keep dedicated servers.cant wait 2 more months....wooot!.
Also you dont get points for killing civilians. This guy should play the game and see how it all works. LEARN2PLAY NOOB
Michael Atkinson is really annoying...... I wish he could just get over it all.. just pass the R18+ classification so we can all just stop this.. look it will help us(both gamers and others) decide what games to buy depending on the rating. Without a R18+ thw lines between games is very thin.. PLEASE pass it. It will help us alot.
God. Sometimes I wish I was an interviewer, damn aussies! Anyway, I feel bad that Australia might ban MW2, sucks for them! and BC2 is going to be sweet. It's going to be a close call for MW2 but hopefully it pulls through. Massive warfare is better than close-quarters imo.. Good day.
Cmon now people. If your going to appoint somebody to decide what the rating for a game to be, or in this case whether it's allowed or not, at least elect somebody who knows what the hell he's talking about. First of all, in a single player game, you don't usually earn points, unless your playing with a friend and want to find out who gets more kills at the end of the level (Halo 3). There have been no mandatory points systems in games for what, 10 years? But there is none of that in this game, and there is no points or any sort of reward for the number of civilians that fall to your M249 SAW. So that argument that this guy is making is completely invalid. If he had ever actually played the game it may make a bit more sense, as to why Infinity Ward put this into their game. But regardless, he's forgetting that there is not one, but several warnings about the game's graphic sequences; not to mention the big M rating stamped on the front of the case. Does this bozo really believe the parents in his country are that incompetent, and let their kids do whatever they want? Shouldn't it be their choice to allow their kids to play this game, or any other M rated game? At the very most the (Australian) government could issue a statement stating this games violent nature, and make the parents of their country think twice before buying this game for their 8 or 9 year old.
hmmm tank over powered...you give the ability to mark it and hit it with every rocket launcher on the map and your calling it over powered? A freakin 120mm round HE SABOT round that hits the ground next to you is over powered...... wow gamers need a wake up call -_-
Ban the game because you can gain points by killing civs? First of all, your killing terrorists the whole time, no glory for them in that aspect and second of all the only mission you do that you gain nothing for! There's no achievements or trophies for it, the game wont be ban at all... that guy is a retard
score points for killing civilians? on what level? it asks you if you will be comfortable with the more "questionable bits" twice, before you can play the thing, apart from mabye 2 people after leaving the elevator i couldn't actually bring myself to kill the civilians. i just dont see how the ban will happen
hahaha ban MW2???? good luck with that maybe in Europe or somewhere but never ever in America BFBC2 is looking like GoTY more and more with every video
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