Encourage Others to Buy BF2 -1 reply

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SWFrecruitment

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#1 12 years ago

Why would a clan be so eager to encourage others to purchase Battlefield 2? Interesting that you may ask. Well, I'll tell you. The more games sold, the more players on the servers, and greater activity on Battlefield related websites means more money for BF2 affliated companies and results in a stronger Battlefield Community. The money and interest signals Electronic Arts (EA), Digital Illusions C.E. (DICE), and other companies to put future investments, production, and advertising toward the Battlefield product line. We all benefit by receiving better quality future installments and a more diverse selection of accessories. Buy some copies of the game for birthdays and Christmas presents. Talk the game up and get others to catch the spirit of our beloved Battlefield series. Buy-Buy-Buy! The original price of more than $120 for the original game, the Special Forces expansion pack, and the two booster packs has come down to a very reasonable $39 for the whole set. That's a hell of a gift for yourself and/or others. The purchase of BF2 will allow you to fight side by side with others you know regardless of their location. See you on the Battlefield!




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#2 12 years ago

Sounds like an ad.




cdogmn

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#3 12 years ago

for a game that is over 2 years old? erm ok :uhm:




<<UK>>Wolf

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#4 12 years ago

Nowadays noone with a widescreen monitor will buy a game that doesnt support widescreen . Thats the reason i left bf2 and then new game aswell as the graphics looks crap when stretched on my 226bw and that with a 7900gtx is unacceptable for me . Now if they would support it i would be back in a second but knowing ea that wont happen .




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#5 12 years ago

I bought the BF2 dulex edition at target for 30 bucks. That's a good price.




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#6 12 years ago
<>Wolf;3864873Nowadays noone with a widescreen monitor will buy a game that doesnt support widescreen . Thats the reason i left bf2 and then new game aswell as the graphics looks crap when stretched on my 226bw and that with a 7900gtx is unacceptable for me . Now if they would support it i would be back in a second but knowing ea that wont happen .[/quote] I have to disagree. I bought the game yesterday. I have a Dell 2407wfp-hc. I run the game at the highest res. and highest settings. It doesn't look stretched and the graphics are ok. [quote=Zahadoom;3866634]I bought the BF2 dulex edition at target for 30 bucks. That's a good price.

Is that the copy with BF2 + BF2:SF or all expansion packs?




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#7 12 years ago

Bf2 + sf.




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#8 12 years ago
Zahadoom;3866634I bought the BF2 dulex edition at target for 30 bucks. That's a good price.

Just curious why you didn't pay $10 more and get the complete collection pack?




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#9 12 years ago
[quote=TRDNiteLife;3876207]I have to disagree. I bought the game yesterday. I have a Dell 2407wfp-hc. I run the game at the highest res. and highest settings. It doesn't look stretched and the graphics are ok.

i also have a dell 2005fpw and everything maxed out it looks great