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Post  Jarhead on Tue May 26, 2009 10:02 pm

check this out
It will ask for your birthday due to "graphic violence", put in whatever and enjoy.

http://modernwarfare2.infinityward.com/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=call%2Bof%2Bduty%2Bmodern%2Bwarfare%2B2%2Btrailer&utm_campaign=S_Call_of_Duty_Modern_Warfare_2

Modern Warfare 2 trailer
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Post  Snake on Wed May 27, 2009 12:23 am

Sweet! sunny
Thanks for the link Thumbs Up!

This has been a great gaming week thus far, in fact, I just posted some new links and information (on Moddb) about the new Metal Gear Solid title (such info was leaked from a magazine yesterday), I expect this year's E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) to be extremely interesting

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Post  Snake on Mon Jun 01, 2009 2:36 pm

Modern Warfare 2 is planned to be released November 10, later this year.

By the way, here's the vid:




Can't wait to get my hands on it!

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Post  Snake on Sat Oct 10, 2009 1:57 pm

Modern Warfare 2 (which was recently shown to retain the 'Call of Duty' moniker), certainly this year's most anticipated game will have various "Editions" for various price ranges, each contain specific content.

'Infamy'
(Modern Warfare 2's Latest Trailer)



Wikipedia wrote:Modern Warfare 2 will be released in four different retail versions across the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms: standard, Hardened, Veteran, and Prestige. The standard version consists of the game and instructional manual, and will be the only version available for the Microsoft Windows platform. The Hardened Edition consists of the game and manual packaged in a steel book case, an art book, and a token to download the original Call of Duty from Xbox Live Arcade or the PlayStation Store. The Prestige Edition contains all of the elements of the Hardened Edition, but will also include fully-functioning night vision goggles, imprinted with the Modern Warfare 2 logo and a stand modeled after the head of character "Soap" MacTavish.

Functioning NVG's?



The way that guy just thrown the game across the table was rather inconvenient though Suspect

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Post  AgustaBE on Sun Oct 11, 2009 4:43 am

Snake wrote:Modern Warfare 2 (which was recently shown to retain the 'Call of Duty' moniker), certainly this year's most anticipated game will have various "Editions" for various price ranges, each contain specific content.

'Infamy'
(Modern Warfare 2's Latest Trailer)



Wikipedia wrote:Modern Warfare 2 will be released in four different retail versions across the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms: standard, Hardened, Veteran, and Prestige. The standard version consists of the game and instructional manual, and will be the only version available for the Microsoft Windows platform. The Hardened Edition consists of the game and manual packaged in a steel book case, an art book, and a token to download the original Call of Duty from Xbox Live Arcade or the PlayStation Store. The Prestige Edition contains all of the elements of the Hardened Edition, but will also include fully-functioning night vision goggles, imprinted with the Modern Warfare 2 logo and a stand modeled after the head of character "Soap" MacTavish.

Functioning NVG's?



The way that guy just thrown the game across the table was rather inconvenient though Suspect

those f*cking bastards cancelled the pc prestige version

those nvg's are awesome !!!

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Post  Snake on Wed Oct 28, 2009 10:11 pm

Yeah pale , I was surprised with the lack of special editions for PC however I was even more surprised to know that the pc version will no longer have dedicated servers affraid

Kotaku wrote:
New Modern Warfare Matchmaking Service Will "Definitely" Reshape PC Community


In a webcast this morning, Robert Bowling revealed the existence of IWNet, a matchmaking service Infinity Ward will operate beginning with Modern Warfare 2. But it ends dedicated servers, and fundamentally changes the culture of the game's PC community.

Bowling, the Infinity Ward community manager, said IWNet makes multiplayer more accessible to the PC community on Modern Warfare 2, replacing the need for dedicated servers that are hosted and managed by players. But the hardcore PC crowd to whom he was talking, on BASHandSlash.com's webcast, did not take the news in a completely positive light.

"The silence you hear is because we've got a community right now structured in such a way that it relied on having dedicated servers," one of BASHandSlash's moderators told Bowling.

"You're definitely reshaping the way the community has been set up," another said later.

"Definitely," Bowling acknowledged.

Here's the score: by building up its own matchmaking service riding shotgun with Steam, "you can get in and play with players your same rank," Bowling said. However, "You're completely reliant on IWNet and there is no dedicated server or server list. You rely on IW Net for matchmaking and your games, but you still have your private matches."

The level of control over those matches allows players to set a wide array of parameters and rules for the game. But community features such as clans, and the high level of customization available in hosting a modded game or custom map on one's own dedicated server, face an uncertain future, if not their end outright.

"Custom content, after the fact, keeps the game alive for us a lot longer," one of Bowling's questioners said.

"This is the first time we've ever done something like this, obviously," Bowling said, "and I know the team has huge plans for what IWNet develops into, and this is just the beginning. It's hard for me to speak personally towward IWNet, because that is a code heavy project."

Bowling reminded that this method of multiplayer delivery also allows Infinity Ward "a lot more control and structure for the PC version. From a development standpoint, it's very good on how we can access and update the PC community."

But before this is taken as the definitive end of modding and custom maps, Bowling clearly said "I don't have those answers yet," when asked further about how IWNet would affect that aspect of PC Modern Warfare play.

The entire conversation is archived here, and Bowling comes in at the 1:39:00 mark (that's one hour, 39 minutes). If this matters to you I definitely encourage listening to all of what he has to say before reacting.

But the news is not being taken well. The BASHandSlash guys referred to the vehemence in the chatlog running concurrent with the program, and terms such as "Black Saturday" and "a day of infamy" are being thrown around. "They've made Jesus cry," is another reaction, particularly from the competitive PC community whose future also is affected. "The server community is what's made us. It's what defined us," says Josh Pickler of planetmedalofhonor.com "IW.NET is getting the PC community to turn into consoles. You're trying to re-write our history."

Bowling was steadfast in telling BASHandSlash that, for the whole of the community, IWNet will be a benefit.

"It's definitely going to be a change. It's going to be a very different setup than what we're previously used to in the Call of Duty franchise for the PC," In the long term it's going to help the community. It changes the way and how we're able to update and support the PC version."

It definitely bears watching, and keep in mind the story could change as Infinity Ward releases more information on IWNet.

http://kotaku.com/5384057/new-modern-warfare-matchmaking-service-will-definitely-reshape-pc-community

No server lists.
No dedicated servers.
No more modding/community maps? Shocked affraid

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Post  Jarhead on Tue Nov 17, 2009 12:34 am

I just beat the game tonight. it is to date the best game ever made. Its pretty much everything i ever dreamed of in a FPS.
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Post  Snake on Tue Nov 17, 2009 5:39 pm

I got my hands on it shortly after it's release last week, it gotta be the most intense FPS known to Man, even surpassing CoD4: MW. It's great to know it's multiplayer is still as addicting and intense as before

Definite GOTY

Since my pc is incredibly problematic lately ( ) and so I wouldn't have to worry with pc specs (and having to get a new graphic card, extra RAM, etc. in order to get better performance) I decided to buy MW2 for the Playstation 3.
In fact I pre-ordered the Prestige Edition, unfortunately they did not receive my specific package at the time of release so the guys at the store borrowed me a conventional MW2 copy so I could play it until they get the Prestige Edition (when they have it, hopefully this week, they'll swap my current game for the special edition and I'll pay the rest).

After playing it on the PS3 I gotta confess I'm quite impressed, since I was used to CoD for pc I had my doubts in terms of controls (using a controller to aim and all), but I was quite impressed with the controls and aiming which works wonderfully.

I love this game, it's my favorite FPS Rock on!




I also tested the Night Vision Goggles a friend managed to get with his prestige edition (lucky bastard managed to get his prestige edition first lol) and I gotta say it's cool, pretty cool! Laughing



I was quite surprised when I tried them on and they actually worked! lol! (I gotta say that I was kinda skeptic yet incredibly curious) but I was pleasantly surprised when I used'em.



I was even more surprised in terms of price, I doubt there are many working NVG's out there in the same price range and with similar performances (which is awesome for their price), the cheaper "night vision goggles" we can get have got to be something along these lines:







Here are some interesting reviews about MW2 NVGs by wired and ign if you're curious:
http://www.wired.com/gamelife/2009/11/modern-warfare-2-night-vision/
http://gear.ign.com/articles/104/1043319p1.html

Gotta love NVG's

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