Wanna go Double Dutch?
9th December 2003
CoD had a cool SP game (but way too short), multiplayer was too arcady for me and CoD 2 seemed to have turned even more to that path so I never bought it. Nice game but definatly not the best one out there. Still worth a play after so many hours of BF + mods.
WintherHow accurate is CoD2's use of M1 Garands in British hands? In multiplayer the British use the Garand in every single level from 1941 in Africa to 1944 in Normandie. And also, the Germans also have StG44's and G43s on every level. Why would anyone use the K98k? ..
British never used M1 Garand as standard weapon that they were suplied with, only single soldiers would use them if they would want to and put their hands on one. As for Germans useing these two weapons... Numbers in their model names indicate the year of itroduction to army...:uhm:
Army & Royal Marine Commandos were issued with them at certain points.
stylieIts beautiful, Ill definitly admit that, but you guys out there that love it, How is the replay factor for you? For me it is 0, ok maybe 1 in the next few months. I think I am just amazed that Bf42 and its mods continue to entertain me after 3 years of play. COD? 3 days.
I'm probobly gonna replay it when I do a major upgrade on PC in february/march (AMD64 4000+ , X1900XT 512MB , 2GB G.Skill, Plextor DVD-RW, X-Fi Fatal1ty FPS Edition Soundcard, OCZ PSU and DFI motherboard). Reason being as I've now got a 19" TFT I run all my games at 1280 x 1024 and my current setup struggled on the high settings and it spoiled some of the levels and I'm hoping my new PC will be able to handle it all smoothly so I can enjoy the game more. The 2nd D-Day level just after you defend the orchard really battered my PC and it was sub 20FPS which is a shame because it was actually a really nice set piece.
pvt. AllenWasn't there Gewehr 41 in COD 2 too?
I'm not sure about that. I do like the G 43 enough that I will trade in my Lee-Enfield for one. And in Africa most of the soldiers carrying them are plentiful. But I don't think there is a G 41.
MG42ManiacThe 2nd D-Day level just after you defend the orchard really battered my PC and it was sub 20FPS which is a shame because it was actually a really nice set piece.
The major thing that you need for such levels is 2 gigabytes of RAM. I think that this is it because I've got not much but wrose hardware than yours but I have 2 GBs. In this level I could play normally with all graphic settings on highest except the anti aliasing on 1024x768 @100Hz. It performed pretty nice.:naughty:
I didn't make it!
For replay value. I have 836 hours of CoD:UO, still gaining too. I havn't stoped playing UO yet.
I pretend I'm cooler than AzH
3rd September 2005
nvm to my last post. once you get the feel of bf2 and learn how to play its very fun. i especially like the city maps. also you have to join a squad to have the most fun. very good game. now im more excited about fh2.
UPDATE TO THIS THREAD... I have been playing cod2 (not big red one) now with my new pc and I must admit its good!!! There are some really cool effects that I wasnt expecting, like the holes getting punched in the pipe while you are walking in it and all of the screaming the details ARE pretty amazing. Plus I am a WWII whore and always will so I think i was kidding myself! On the advice of my friend I turned the difficulty to max. He was right, its adding to the playablity and Im not breezing through. Sorry for digging up this old POS but I needed to come clean!