Next generation console pre-orders selling out at major retailers

By Shawn Knight
Jul 10, 2013
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  1. Tgard

    Tgard Newcomer, in training Posts: 38   +8

    Yeah gotta admit the quality of graphics and what you can see are better on my PC; sniping is certainly easier, but through the years I have been booted off servers for no reason except on the whim of the Admin. Had ridiculous Error 503 Service Unavailable. Also sometimes I want a quick match and not to weed through page after page to find one - (attention span of a monkey - right - well no, sometime I have a limited time to play and want to get on with it.) I don't usually play with the same group nor do I care to, and I also like the randomness of xbox matchmaking. And just to your comments - BF3 is not a game I care for.

    Have been a PC gamer since I built my first PC in 1991 and I love it. I have built or upgraded all my systems since that time. My family has a couple laptops in addition now, but my system is always diy. In addition to PC gaming I have also played (the kids :)) xbox for the last 5 years or so and especially when I am pressed for time the Xbox multi-player experience is just overall better in my opinion. Opinions are subjective and that is mine.

    Always plan to be a PC gamer and now with my PC also connected to my big screen it is much better, especially with Steam, but I gotta say I tend to play consoles more and more and find I am enjoying the experience. Xbox1 I don't know about tho as my family already has 2 Xboxes and tons of games. Peace.
  2. ghasmanjr

    ghasmanjr TechSpot Booster Posts: 363   +86

    It sounds like you think I believe console matchmaking is better. I completely disagree with that as I think the server browser is phenominal. I play on the same 10ish servers on Battlefield 3 and, like you said, the same community plays on certain servers. It is fun playing against people that remember you.
  3. All that power and no good games to play. Oh well.


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