Update – they removed the video . So here is a Xmas replacement
P.S. The original had a sniper on top of a construction crane. A jet flies towards the crane and the sniper takes out the pilot. The plane gently glides into the crane… only for the sniper to take over as pilot. Sweet.
Move over Kinect … how about this for FPS fun 🙂
Hats off to Nvidia for doing a superb job with documenting GPU perf for Battlefield 3 – this is a great example of making it simple for users to understand the likely performance they will see and to make informed buying choices.
And I can confirm this is pretty much spot on with what I’m getting.
My game for the next six months (at least) will be
This made me smile so much 🙂
Do you remember when games looked this good? 🙂
The trailer was impressive but this guys analysis is simply awesome. Plug the head set in and enjoy.
My favourite online fps series of all time is Battlefield (my favourite game of all time is Planetside – but I digress).
I’m currently playing Battlefield Bad Company 2 (mainly on PC – as erknel) whilst counting down the days to the release of Battelfield 3. I’m also keeping a watching eye on how well the pre-orders are going vs Modern Warfare 3 as having been fortunate enough to be on the BF3 alpha, BF3 deserves the commercial success that would come with toppling MW3.
Pre-orders on PC are tricky to find (with lots of digital ordering) – but its pretty easy to track for consoles, especially for America.
Which leads me to this from http://www.vgchartz.com/preorders.php.
- On Xbox, MW3 is clearly winning – but a lot of Xbox users are spending their cash on the excellent Xbox exclusive Gears of War 3. With that in mind I think BF3 is doing great – post GOW3 it will be interesting to see how the the weekly change compares between the two games.
- On PS3, BF3 now has a significantly higher weekly change than MW3 – 4000 more!
Sweet. Roll on October…