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chauncey

Slightly cooler than a n00b

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26th July 2004

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#1 16 years ago

Since I recently ran screaming back to FH ( from BF:V), I found that I no longer check my stats anymore. I find that I could care less about my K/D ratio, but would rather figure out new ways to blow up the KT, or find new places to lay out so I can put bullets into the enemies foreheads. Kudos again to the developers for getting me off the hard stuff.




Driver

Tomorrow Comes Today

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#2 16 years ago

Its propobly because your so used to balance you suck at this game now. All you got to do is play for several months of this game now, than when you starting looking at your score again, it wont look something like:

-6/2/8




Skipster

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29th July 2004

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#3 16 years ago

I don't look at my score either. There's only one score that matters to me, and that's the ticket count. (Actually, if I've had a bad run of accidental TK's, I check to see how careful I need to be to avoid autokick :D)




Count Nosferatu

The Count Stalks...

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#4 16 years ago

I hate BFV... Despite mediocre/crap graphics it's still a machine whore... its jerky [i.e. movement is very jerky and clumsy] and there's too many restrictions and rules placed on movement and physics.




AceS

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#5 16 years ago

when I play it's important for me that my team wins, I dont really care about my score because a nice fight with a great team feels much better than a 50 - 3 kill/death ratio.