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#1 6 years ago

Hey does anyone know how to pre-order games into Malaysia? Like any websites that ship games into Malaysia. I really want to get MOH Warfighter for the BF4 beta access. If anyone knows please let me know. Thanks.




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#2 6 years ago

Ewwwwwwwwwwww. You actually want to buy an EA-published game?

Just get on their website and pre-order it. Pre-ordering online should work in any country.




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#3 6 years ago

Gonna be funny when EA actually does honor their word and wait until 2014 to release BF4.




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#4 6 years ago

I think they stated that they wanted to copy Activision and pump out yearly shooters. Expect BF5 in 2016 after the next MoH in 2015.

This assumes that EA doesn't go bankrupt and close down before 2014 or sooner.




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#5 6 years ago

I'm just waiting for Call of Duty: 1775 & Call of Duty: Civil War with Bull Run and Wounded Knee expansion pack.


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#6 6 years ago
Killer Kyle;5652434This assumes that EA doesn't go bankrupt and close down before 2014 or sooner.

How so? I have my doubts that a company such as EA, although a greedy one, is going bankrupt any time soon. The earliest I'd expect would be 2020.

Sure, releasing game series on a yearly basis is not precisely the best quality, but there were quite a few games that were very fun to play, despite having been in development significantly shorter than most other (successful) games.


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#7 6 years ago

ha ha, closed before 2014 huh. Just donated my money for that.




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#8 6 years ago

G.R.A.E.M.E.;5652542How so? I have my doubts that a company such as EA, although a greedy one, is going bankrupt any time soon. The earliest I'd expect would be 2020.

Sure, releasing game series on a yearly basis is not precisely the best quality, but there were quite a few games that were very fun to play, despite having been in development significantly shorter than most other (successful) games.

True. Sad news about the gaming industry is that you can profit from being anti-consumer. Their stocks are slipping, but they're still making money (According to latest earnings). :/




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#9 6 years ago

Killer Kyle;5652434I think they stated that they wanted to copy Activision and pump out yearly shooters. Expect BF5 in 2016 after the next MoH in 2015.

This assumes that EA doesn't go bankrupt and close down before 2014 or sooner.

Correct. They wanted to make both series' a yearly instalment. And apparently they've also copied Activision's DLC scheme, despite promising they'd never make people pay for it. Not to mention many of the good studios at EA have been closed down, but I don't know if that's due to financial problems, or what it is. One can always hope they improve, but I doubt it.