As you know I’m not very fond of BF1 nor BFV and sure, BF4 ist still fun and also BF3 but I’ve tried BFBC2 lately as a ”test”. Well, the soldier movement is a bit clunky and some features of later games are missing but still, it brings back the joy of BF that the latter games are missing. I...
Good work! Haven’t played much lately due to a) a lot of chores at home b) extensive work travel and c) get reminded of my neck disc problem whenever I play for more than half an hour :cautious:.
Enough of petty excuses, hungry for some fun NRU server combat so will try this coming week ;).
So, played a few rounds and - surprise! - I’m not impressed. Feels like a BF1 mod with even more bewildering and strange options. Do I want to make skin changes for all parts of my gun? Jeez... Was as bad as in BF1 with a kdr of around 0.6 but tried to be a good squad member and still, all other...
My c-disc (SSD) got almost full so I select another folder i.e I create a new folder on one of the other hard drives I got; works fine albeit with a slower start-up phase. Some of the game files still wind up on c:
O Holy Night – version 2
To get you started:
O violent Night!
The tracer bullets are brightly shining
It is the night of the loathed camper’s death!
Long lay the clan in ball-scratching wrath pining
Till he was located and the C4 felt its worth.
The thrill of his demise the weary soul...
My Way by Frank Sinatra - alternative take
And now, my death is near
And so I face the final humiliation
My friend, I'll say it clear
I'll state my case, C4 up the groin means castration
I've lived a life that's very short
I fought each day since BF2's heyday
And more, much more than this, I...
Hmmm, the jury is still out on this one but I may buy it later when the price has dropped. Importantly, my PC is part archaic with a i5 2500K CPU @ 3.5 GHz. GPU is a GTX1060 with 3 Gb. So, I wonder if I can run BFV at reasonable speed/fps with say medium settings?
Edit: checked this out...
A friend and I took a two month Greyhound bus tour from NYC to California when we were 20. Fascinating to experience the huge differences in people, culture, nature etc. We stopped and visited everything from mega cities to small towns in the middle of nowhere to parks in the desert to Las Vegas...