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I had to install Origin on my computer to play the Mass Effect 3 demo. A DEMO. I could have done without that spyware on my computer.

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Hey Mr. O'Leary...ever hear of a yearly franchise called Madden that could also use a year off? Guess who the publisher is? I'll give you a hint: YOU WORK FOR THEM

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I'm disappointed this'll be more MW4 than Black Ops 2. I liked the Cold War setting of Black Ops. Why can't we get some variety with first-person shooters? First we were swamped with WWII games, then modern warfare now near-future.

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Yeah right, how could we take him seriously? It's not like he works for a developer whose games are published by EA with their anti-consumer policies like online passes and PC spyware.

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I remember when Call of Duty 4 came out, everyone here was bashing Halo 3 (the top shooter of the time). At least both games had come out so people had enough basis to make a comparison. Now everyone's bashing Call of Duty and singing Battlefield 3's praises before either game has come out. How long before people are crying for Battlefield to be taken down by something? Has Call of Duty gone downhill since 4. Most say yes (though not all). Has the series stagnated? Definitely. But you know why it's more popular? It's the kind of game people can pick up and play, whether you wanna play on your own or with a team. Bad Company 2's meant to be played online with a team - they didn't add Onslaught until later (and for an extra price, unlike Spec Ops or Nazi Zombies), the singleplayer wasn't very good, and if you didn't have a good team online it wasn't fun unless you enjoy losing. I hope Battlefield 3 delivers a quality singleplayer. It certainly looks impressive...but looks aren't everything. I'll be keeping my eye on both.