They will, don't worry about that...
SVD_Sniper I have lost my faith. Your last stand, Mr. EA, will be 2142. DO NOT FAIL ME AGAIN.
Why bother? They haven't gotten anything right since they released BF2. Do you honestly think they will do any better job than they did with BF2? They have hit my last stand and won't get another dime out of me.
18th November 2004
I bought Battlefield 2 Deluxe Edition, which includes the Special Forces expansion pack. Personally, I love SF. Everything good about BF2, plus grappling hooks, ziplines, and night-vision.
I don't have Euro Force or Armored Fury, though. I hear they're nothing special.
ok i like all the expansion packs and bonus but euro forces isent worth it cause very little server play it SP and AF are both good and so is POE 2 but in my op us intervention isent that good well i hope this helps u with your dec
Svd_sniperI have lost my faith. Your last stand, Mr. EA, will be 2142. DO NOT FAIL ME AGAIN.[/quote] Should have read as follows: [quote=Svd_sniper] I have lost my faith. Your last stand, Mr. Dice, will be 2142. DO NOT FAIL ME AGAIN.
reason being ? Yes Ea has some influance over some content, but they are not the end all be all on the game. They published it. Description of a game publisher: A good publisher will help you market and distribute your game; they will take care of advertising, lining up media coverage, and actually manufacturing the cool little shrink-wrapped boxes and CDs/DVDs that your game comes on. If applicable they'll handle printing manuals and such as well. Distribution (actually putting boxes into stores) is one of the single biggest advantages of a publisher, because doing distribution yourself simply is not practical. It takes huge amounts of effort and social/political clout to get a game into a retail store, and publishers can provide that for you.
A good publisher can be the difference between life and death for a game, because they have contacts all over the place, and they can get your game exposure that you never would be able to arrange yourself. For a studio just getting started on a game, publishers can also act as investors, and inject capital funding to help pay for the development process.
By contrast, a bad publisher will basically just suck dry all of your revenue and let your game rot instead of doing any serious work to promote or sell it. This is not nearly as uncommon as you might think; bad publishers vastly outnumber good ones. The real problem is that bad publishers are much easier to make contracts with. Dice was the PUBLISHER not the coder nor content manager. While as i said they have some input on the game, the game was already developed BEFORE it was brought to life and published by DICE.
Yeah I know. But the point still stands. EA could quite easily say that they wont release something because its sub-standard but they dont. Dice are just doing as they are told. If EA sez "make a crap expansion pack" than the will do. But my point really was, i suppose, that the expansions suk. But you get them anyway because maybe, just maybe, they wont.
that happens with every game and every game company that puts them out. You hope it isn't bad , but then when it is, you trash the companies even more:( meh .... i didn't get them ....:D
I didn't make it!
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