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It's really not that hard to understand what the devs are doing with MoH. They are trying to tell a story about the sacrafice that soldiers make while being an entertainment product. The game is all about having fun blasting guys but at the same time keeping in mind that ppl in "REAL LIFE" do this for a living. Seriously just play ArmA III Tom.

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I'd love to see them go back and have the same level of customization that SR2 had in SR3. Let's see what happens! :D

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Since these publishers will do anything for a buck and there is no way to stop them (too hard to huddle the masses to protest this money making method). Ever since the current generation has started I've been startled how far DLC has come. (Boy do I miss the PS2 days...) It's the lesser of two evils, but I'd much more prefer they just raise the price of their game and add all content completed at launch then release DLC over a period of time. DLC tends to divide the community anyhow and I honestly feel ripped when they have all this content to sell me after I've payed full price (thats why I tend to wait for "GOTY" or "Complete" versions of certain games). At least it will stop that from happening.

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Which ever handheld gets Monster Hunter 4 on it, I'm getting. That's all that matters to me. After that I'll pick up all the worthy games for whichever handheld gets it. After reports though from Sony in France about a Monster Hunter announcement being in a few months, I think Vita will be my handheld of choice.

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I personally don't care. I enjoy playing games with my friends online or enjoying a single player game and utilize that time playing and not watching others play (regardless of how good they are). However, I do see why some are into it, it's just not for me.

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I'm planning on purchasing both. However, I will be playing BF3 online more competitively than MW3. The lack of dedicated servers being announced for MW3 online makes that portion become less relevant to compete for fun for me.

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@bruceleroy1234 I understand where you're coming from but that undermines the point of this new (superior) controller then. I know they demonstrated the various Wii controllers working but if that was the case (and here comes the rhetorical question) why didn't the Wii itself take more advantage of the Classic Controller Pro since it was designed in direct use with the Wii? And it also depends if every game developer is going to utilize all those controller options. I could see the promise being kept at first but then everyone walking away as more people become preferable to the newer controller. There aren't that many AAA games that use that control pad. Best examples are between Last Story, Xenoblade, and Monster Hunter 3 Tri (and I live in Japan and heard none of you guys even have received those games yet in the US except MH3). I think this goes back to my concern that besides Nintendo knowing how to utilize it, the third party companies are going to be stumbling over the purpose of doing it unless they make a pure Nintendo Wii U exclusive title and that doesn't really happen as often these days.

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Besides Nintendo fans it seems they are trying to target mobile audience (owners of Apple's iTouch/iPad and similar products) all together with this touch screen controller concept. I thought that was where they can reach out to a new crowd. My concern is (now I watch all the thumbs go down) is that in the long term Nintendo isn't going to get a lot of third party support because games will have to be made specifically with that setup in mind and that will be tricky when third party developers want to make their games multiplatform. So I think Nintendo is going to be the only company making those big games everyone wants (just like with the Wii). Of course since Nintendo is a powerful name brand in gaming and its gaming demographic is so wide they easily can compete with Sony and Microsoft.

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Well at least here the trailer looks more 'honest' to the actual in-game content. In terms of marketing Tom is absolutely right though its 'typical' and doesn't carry a lot of 'hype' in it. However, once I got MW2 and started playing it the 'hype' dropped rather quickly (compared to CoD4 which is still IMHO the best). I think at this point its hard to woo people over. If you don't know what Modern Warfare is you must of been unconscious for a long time... There's plenty of time though (E3 and TGS) before the game comes out to try again. Not like it's gonna make a difference in the long run. This game is going to outsell BO anyway...

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This article is really silly. Did everyone stop using Facebook when there was a security leak too? Or, iTunes even when they could identify where everyone is on GPS? Psssh... If anything now Sony has to be more responsible since it had insufficient security in the first place. Lesson learned. Finished.

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