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By Jess McDonell | @JessMcDonell and Dan Crowd on December 13, 2016 at 6:19PM PST
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Exciting; Can't wait for Yooka-Laylee
While I can never complain about free DLC, I'm not too crazy about Giant's Shadow. I prefer more dense urban maps in Battlefield and Giant's Shadow is basically a gigantic, wide-open field with a downed zeppelin in the middle. Still, new content is always welcome, especially for the reasonable price of nothing.
Cold and wet winter here in UK, so you lot are lucky... Unless you are like me and hate sweltering temps lol :-)
Played the new map for BF1 and died sooo many times haha, but fun all the same :-)
What's up Jess?
Hopefully this isn't the apocalypse! It is weirdly warm though.
Grenade crossbow sounds pretty sweet. Too bad for Wii U People. I'll be sure to tune in next Tuesday for the top games. Is always online the way of the future? I don't know.
@metalmountain: Dark times ahead.
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@metalmountain: I don't know either! I hope not because I like playing offline, call me old fashioned.
@tempertress: I don't think it's old fashioned. While my desktop is always connected, I still don't like the idea of requiring the connection. I especially wonder about those with gaming laptops that may like to game in locations with dicey connectivity?
I really don't see the point of requiring it unless of course one is playing multiplayer... Like the others here, I agree with the comment of "Dark times ahead." :-(