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Favorite Screen Shots / Billy Haters :(
« on: October 19, 2011, 05:21:22 pm »
I always go in for nice friendly games of cod and other players simply hate on me.  Maybe I need a more deadly name?

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 / Black Ops / Re: MW3
« on: October 19, 2011, 05:03:35 pm »
i won't consider buying mw3 until several weeks after it's out.  infinity ward even as of today has no information on the pc part of the game.  they say they will "support" dedicated servers but it will be the same as mw2 hosting.  they as of yet don't quite have a anti cheat system in place for the server hosting on peoples pc.  i refuse to forget the headaches of the lobby system and infinity wards lack of updates to fix game glitches.  i did purchase my bf3 today!!! 

Other Games / Re: BattleField 3!
« on: October 19, 2011, 04:40:17 pm »
i got b3 as well.  can't wait! 


    Activision is set to launch a new social gaming platform for fans of  its multi-million selling Call of Duty titles. The long-expected  service, named Call of Duty Elite, will feature detailed multiplayer  gaming statistics, community elements and user-generated content  sharing.
    Downloadable map packs and other similar offerings for all subsequent  Call of Duty game releases will be included in the monthly subscription  fee. Some elements of Elite will be free to all Call of Duty gamers, but  Activision is yet announce the specific details.
    A public beta will begin in the summer, with a launch following in  autumn. The developer of Elite, Beachhead Studios, will manage the  running of the service, and will apparently seek to evolve it on a  continuing basis. Vitally, basic multiplayer gaming will remain free of  charge, despite fears that Activision would seek to monetise online  play.
    Introducing the service at a press conference in London, Mark Cox,  European digital marketing director for Call of Duty, said: "Elite was  built from the ground up to change the way our consumers experience  multiplayer in all current and future Call of Duty games. We're bringing  a new level of social and community interaction to the franchise.
    "In the always on, always connected gaming world, the innovation in  Elite is just as important as advancements in graphics and gameplay. It  is one of our most ambitious and exciting undertakings."
    Elite is essentially a thorough online matchmaking service, combined  with elements of FaceBook, YouTube and the "Autolog" in-game social  networking concept developed by EA for its Need for Speed titles.  Players will create a single Elite profile, which then unites their  experiences in all CoD titles.
    The service will be fully integrated into Call of Duty: Modern Warfare  3, where users will be able to access a dedicated Elite area, via their  console, mobile or PC. There will be some limited integration with last  year's hit, Call of Duty: Black Ops, possibly via a downloadable update,  but details are yet to be confirmed.
    The service is split into four separate sections: Career, Connect,  Compete and Improve. Career is essentially an extended version of Black  Ops' Combat Record section, providing a wealth of statistics on the  player's Call of Duty multiplayer career – including summaries of  experience points (XP) and kill-to-death ratios, recent matches and  personal bests, as well as a personal leaderboard tracker, weapons  performance figures and a theatre section to store your in-game videos  and screenshots (as well as watching the most highly-viewed and/or  highly rated content from the rest of the CoD community). Naturally,  users are able to compare their career stats with those of their  friends, and to actively track and monitor the stats of key rivals.
    Call of Duty Elite
    This section also contains intriguing "heatmaps" of recent online  matches, which show the areas of the maps you visited most as well as  the location of each death and kill. A timeline displaying when every  deadly encounter took place during that match, and the weapons involved,  runs beneath – perfect for those who really love statistically  analysing their performances.
    "Connect" is an extension of the basic matchmaking services that allow  players to get online and find other people to play against. Users will  be able to build playlists of possible competitors as well as searching  for and joining FaceBook-style groups of players with similar outside  interests.
    During the Elite reveal event in London, Dan Bunting, the producer of  Call of Duty: Black Ops, demonstrated the feature by inputting the word  "photography" into the Connect search window: Elite then brought up a  Photography group for him to join and play against.
    Apparently, if the interest you enter isn't catered for, Elite will  establish a new group – and each group has its own leaderboards, stats  and a dedicated comments section. In terms of competition, the  implementation of Elite into Modern warfare 3 will provide "robust"  support for private clans.
    "In addition, we're going to be integrating your Elite group and clan  identities, and your affiliations, in really powerful new ways – we'll  show you more about that later in the year," said Jamie Berger,  Activision's vice-president of digital.
    The third area of the service, "Compete", provides access to a  programme of prize events open to all Elite users. There are various  options aimed at differing levels of player expertise, from Deathmatch  tournaments to newcomer options such as "Bring The Heat", in which  participants compete to take the best in-game screenshots.
    Apparently, the event lists will be continually updated with new  challenges, and prizes can range from in-game badges to iPads. Modern  Warfare 3 is set to extend the programme with group vs group, clan vs  clan and intra-clan competitions and leagues.
    Lastly, the "Improve" section provides a series of tips and guides to  elements of each CoD title. There are top-down high-resolution plans of  each multiplayer game map, showing objective locations, while weapon  overviews provide tips, stats and video guides created by veteran  players. Perks, kill streaks and secondary weapons are also included.
    "When we launch MW3, Elite is going to connect into the collective  intelligence and wisdom of our entire community to provide expert  guidance across all aspects of the game," said Berger. "As an elite  member you're going to be able to leverage all the community statistics  as well as the individual wisdom of the best players from throughout the  game on any game topic. Social and community innovation, continuously  evolving – that is our service vision for Elite."
    The driving force behind Elite is clear – the desire to gain revenue  from the vast numbers of gamers who regularly play Call of Duty titles  online for free. According to Activision, 20 million people play Call of  Duty online every month – more than seven million every day.
    This number represents a vast source of untapped income – and in an era  of declining retail sales for games, identifying new streams of digital  revenue is becoming vitally important. The problem is, attempting to  install a subscription charge on online multiplayer activity would meet  with massive resistance from gamers, who have always enjoyed free access  to online functionality with shooter games. Activision's compromise has  clearly been to add value to that core service.
    Call of Duty Elite
    The key question is whether the publisher will be able to attract a  broader audience to Elite than the hardcore online gaming minority, who  will eat up the access to detailed stats. Many of those 20 million  players will be satisfied with simply popping online for a few hours a  week for some anonymous blasting.
    The tutorial elements have clearly been included to appeal to the  mainstream user-base, but there are plenty of tips and tactics available  for free at the many Call of Duty fansites. The community elements are  interesting, and may well help interested newcomers form more of an  attachment with the online experience. But again, we're used to getting  our social connectivity features for free.
    Price, for many, will be the deciding factor. At the London press demo,  Berger claimed that Elite would be less expensive than any other  comparable service, but it's unclear which service he had in mind, as  this is something of a unique proposition.
    Five dollars a month is a figure that journalists and pundits were  batting around when the event finished; certainly anything more would be  a considerable gamble. Now that Activision has drawn back from charging  for online play, or even charging for a premium version of online play  with less crowded servers, it must prove why we need to pay to get to  know our opponents, our game environments and our statistics.
    Certainly, DLC is an enticing part of the deal, but over the course of  the year it may only cover a fraction of the subscription outlay. Call  of Duty gamers are willing to invest many hours into their casual  relationship with the series – but how many are ready to take that love  affair to the next level?

sooooooooooooooooooooo much fun w the crew.  omg how did we ever do halo for so long!  loved the games guys

Hey it was fun last night playing those big games of codmw2 with you old firends.  lots of fun,  however i hate wasteland.  so maybe we can do some private matches w the codes.  lets bring some skill and some of my famous noob tubes and lets roll.  what days and times are good for you?  let me know.  good seeing you all again.  and as always, mixed teams...........we dont want any haters in the croud.
peace to all my friends here..........

Pictures of Pwnage / Billy Mobius Snowisfun Adam & Ajax blowing it up.,,,,,
« on: December 12, 2009, 03:05:39 am »
Ajax had to go make dinner but this is the game after he left.  we won a few and lost a few.  domination is the name of our game!

Results of Matches and Scrims / Re: Pinki & BiLLY vs Mobius & RPG
« on: October 24, 2009, 08:33:31 pm »
monkey good one bro! love it!

Results of Matches and Scrims / Pinki & BiLLY vs Mobius & RPG
« on: October 24, 2009, 11:22:25 am »

General Chat / Wouldn't you too be proud of your childs schoolwork?
« on: September 26, 2009, 12:38:34 pm »
Looking at this bit of graded school work I would be proud!

Screen Shot of the Week (SSOTW) / Re: Poll #67 9/14/09 - 9/18/09
« on: September 18, 2009, 06:01:07 pm »
how is it a tie again?

General Chat / Re: Check out the new clan on the block.
« on: September 14, 2009, 05:25:51 pm »

General Chat / Re: I'm done
« on: September 14, 2009, 05:15:36 pm »
well miss jet you were loads of fun on scrims and yes i was on the same team.  im sure you will be missed.  i see you all day playing solitare. 
and as far as that ajax, ever since i told him my friend is selling his world of warcraft acct for 1200.00 he has been intrested.  he is #10 in the world so i think this pushed ajax over the top at this opprutunity.  but then again poor guy doesnt even have enough for a new video card for cod to play w us.
so bottom line you both will be missed here but not in xfire.
peace and love to you two..........

Other Games / Re: Do you plan on buying COD4 MW2
« on: September 11, 2009, 05:53:53 pm »
i think the reason most older more seasoned gamers like world at war is because of the ultra violence.  loads of in game cursing, limbs blown off and heads destroyed.  its more of a ugly war game not pretty and polished like modern warfare was.  for MW2 there will be lots of combat arms type stuff for which was riped from halo.  hopefylly they will incorporate the prestige system that is in world at war.

Other Games / Re: Do you plan on buying COD4 MW2
« on: September 11, 2009, 04:16:46 pm »
11-10-09  we are all getting it as well.  hopefully it's as good as world at war and as violent.

Pictures of Pwnage / Re: ÇÖÐˤBiLLy owning Osiris
« on: September 08, 2009, 07:40:05 pm »
my image should be a great runner seein half you noobs think its photoshop.  monkey i'm a pixel yo face punk. hi pinki

Pictures of Pwnage / Re: ÇÖÐˤBiLLy owning Osiris
« on: September 08, 2009, 03:56:56 pm »
Hey Pashiv I know  :bwha: .  However this is for someone we won't name but they know who they are.  So again I will not say who this image is to we will just let them figure it out.

Pictures of Pwnage / Re: ÇÖÐˤBiLLy owning Osiris
« on: September 08, 2009, 01:15:00 pm »
Thanks for the compliment Pashiv, however no I do not know photoshop, and as all of you know I can't even make sigs.  Here are the screeshots links to xfire, as these were taken in game with scroll lock S.  Just view my profile on xfire and you can see all the lovely images free of photoshop.  Shake and Bake..... next.....

Pictures of Pwnage / ÇÖÐˤBiLLy owning Osiris
« on: September 08, 2009, 12:34:06 pm »
I want to put this up for SS of the week.  This is a very rare item on the internet of a shot of Osiris getting owned.  The bidding will be high I assure you.  So please move this where it goes for the nomination for screen shot of the week.  Thanks and allow the vision of this masterpiece to fill your body with wonderful feelings.  I included for dessert the end result of my ownage for your enjoyment.  So please put my upper image as the one for the nomination.  Cheers <3


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