We still have a number of Halo 3 Beta invites to send out, but we'll this time use a different strategy for this competition. This time the competition only will be open for those that was registered yesterday and back in time, to give our older fanbase a chance. Tomorrow morning at around 10 or 11 AM (CET), we'll open up the competition on the forum- but it's first answer win, so be here in time!
It is also very important that you who won in the other competition put the correct mail adress and gamertag in your account info, otherwise we won't be able to invite you to the beta. If it's not done correctly on friday at 10 AM (CET), we will have *no way* to validate your beta subscription anymore. Update: After people whined and whined, then whined again about the contest hours, some question will be asked later than anticipated. Next one will be at 12:30, then 4PM and finally 8PM.
RDR2 playable in first person start to finish. might actually make it enjoyable and could even mitigate some of the heavy "wading through molasses" movement you feel while in third person. (10 minutes ago)
It's seriously no different than people who say they can't tell the difference between 30 and 144 fps. (13 Hours ago)
The reason it "feels good" to the shooter is because of heavy handed lag compensation.. which is not actually good: [url] (13 Hours ago)
"It felt good to me" is why shooters had terrible netcode for a decade. No one cared until BF4 launched broken. (13 Hours ago)
I honestly can't believe the denial reaction @ battlenonsense's Blackout video. (14 Hours ago)
Sounds like me when it comes to most so called "AAA" games to be honest. (15 Hours ago)
This review's fuckin great. haha [url] (15 Hours ago)