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Another article from PCGamer. But I find it interesting to see developers still know their mistakes, but continue to make them. An unstable launch is nothing new in video games. But the BF4 issue was unprecedented if for nothing more than the sheer amount of anticipation and preparation (or lack thereof) for the game.
I’m actually surprised that they actually managed to pull this off, but Steam has finally activated the Family Sharing within the Steam application. For those of you not in the know, this basically means that you can share your Steam games to anyone that you please . . . as long as you trust them with your Steam account.
stay tuned for more from our friends at EA.
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Take a look at
the PC Gamer review of ARMA 3. I know that not many of us play this. And I know that our Battlefield 4 server is going live
in a few days. And I know that everyone hates me. But
I don’t care. I’m going to continually update ARMA 3 on this server b/c I have the control to do so. Maybe some of you suckers may want to try it one day with me. Right now, Hoopz is my only friend. Continue Reading
It’s only a
few short months away till the release of Battlefield 4! And while I’m confident that this is one of the games that we are going to go forward with, it’s still cool to learn about some of the things that it’s going to offer. Take a look at the list below on some of the changes being implemented in Battlefield 4 (as far as I know anyway). By the way, all this info I’ve learned here is from other sources (not DICE or EA), so it’s not my fault if this is all wrong. Screw you. Continue Reading