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PANIC98

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#1 8 years ago

Have you noticed there are some brands that no matter what , cant be milked.

Need For Speed Halo Rainbow Six Ghost Recon Lego Games Battlefield series Final Fantasy etc

Theres something about certain series that allows them to be unmilkable.




gravy666

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#2 8 years ago

The only way for anyone to ever say such a blatantly incorrect statement would be in the event that they were attempting humor.

Need for Speed: Carbon, Prostreet, Nitro Halo: Halo Wars, ODST, Reach (Bungie were originally going to stop after Halo 3 [they broke away from Microsoft after Halo 3] but Microsoft still wanted more Halo games), anything 343 Industries is going to make Rainbow Six: debatable Ghost Recon: debatable Lego Games: Indiana Jones, Batman, Indiana Jones 2, the Lego MMO Battlefield: 2142




PANIC98

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#3 8 years ago

Indiana Jones two comes with all new modes and Batman was the start of a new on off franchise for Legos. Carbon and Prostreet are well like by the community. Battlefield 2142 Battlefield 2142 generally received positive reviews from game-rating communities but lower than those of its predecessors[24] IGN rated Battlefield 2142 an 8.4[25] and GameSpot rated Battlefield 2142 an 8.1.[26] Game Rankings's average rating for the game is at 80%.[27] However, consumers of the game (particularly Mac users) were quite disgruntled due to the game's very buggy initial release. Many of these consumer reviews are found on Amazon.com, and on the online Apple Store.[30] Months after the buggy initial release, EA released a patch which resolved most of the game's bugs;[31] widescreen support didn't come until the 1.5 patch was released for the PC version of the game on May 30, 2008. The Mac version of the patch was released August 1, 2008, several months later. Hyper's Kosta Andreadis commends the game for its "Titan Mode, refined reward and promotion system [and] well designed maps". However, he criticises it for "lag issues when boarding Titans".




gravy666

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#4 8 years ago

Indiana Jones 2 was a remake of a game that was hardly even a year old. They tried to fix what they did wrong in the first game- they basically redid all of the movies over again. Calling it a "new game" is a bit of a stretch.

Honestly, the new Lego games are basically Lego Star Wars without lightsabers and the Force. There's still punching. There's still grappling. Vehicle driving and collecting things. Very simple puzzles. Almost the same game but with different characters and new levels.

All they're really doing is "Lego [insert popular franchise here]" and passing it off as a new game.

Prostreet was one of the worst NFS titles ever. In fact, the series has declined so much that EA has Criterion Games- "the Burnout guys"- working on an as-yet-unnamed Need for Speed title. The fact that EA even needed to do that in the first place is bad enough. And let's not forget, NFS is one of those reminders of the "evil empire" days of EA- a time period in which 'Electronic Arts' was spelled "f-r-a-n-c-h-i-s-e m-i-l-k-e-r-s."

2142 was basically a $50 mod of Battlefield 2. You still had the standard assortment of weapons- assault rifles, sniper rifles, machine guns, shotguns, with only a few new toys like the spawn beacon. "Artillery strike" was renamed to "orbital strike." Transports were essentially APCs and Black Hawks with new skins. Jets were MIA. Graphics were refined and the ranking system fixed something that wasn't even broken to begin with. The game was overall hardly futuristic and didn't really change much at all. Honestly.

You couldn't even use a guncam sort of weapon to shoot around corners.




Metall_pingwin

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#5 8 years ago

I'm almost certain this is an ironic thread. There is no way you can list some of the most milked franchises and be serious. :\

Speaking of BF2142, last time I played it right at release my machine couldn't handle standing on the Titan and the epicness of those graphic, I should give it another shot.




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#6 8 years ago
  • Halo franchise
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Pick one. =p




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#7 8 years ago

Milking?

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Red Menace

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#8 8 years ago
gravy666;5247175Ghost Recon: debatable

Ghost Recon, Ghost Recon: Desert Siege, Ghost Recon: Island Thunder, Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm, Ghost Recon 2, Ghost Recon 2: Summit Strike, Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter, Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter 2, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.

It has been pretty milked. Although, I love Ghost Recon.


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#9 8 years ago

PANIC98;5247164Have you noticed there are some brands that no matter what , cant be milked.

Need For Speed Halo Rainbow Six Ghost Recon Lego Games Battlefield series Final Fantasy etc

Theres something about certain series that allows them to be unmilkable.

is this a joke? Edit: i can see this being moved to spam




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#10 8 years ago

Battlefield series can't be milked. Its revolutionary online gameplay will always be presented in some shape or form, each one completely different than the other. Such as, you can't compare 1942 and 2142 right? Sure, they both have the same idea but are set two hundred years apart, different weapons, etc. You know what I mean.




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