i love battlefield's engine, however , i wish it was faster like Call of duty. i hate having to wait for respawn , i haven't played medal of honor but i have heard is not all that. i guess i will stick with black ops until mw3 comes out.
Crosshairs - Australian Classification rundown, Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam, and more
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- Nov 18, 2010
It's another action-packed episode, where we get the details of how the Australian Classification Board works by speaking to the former deputy director and an authorised assessor and chat to the minds behind Battlefield Bad Company 2 Vietnam and Halfbrick.
The Board can have 100 pages for rating games but Mature adults still have to be the Board at home. Parents still need to govern what games are good or bad for their family values,
@illmatic87 That does look a little suspicious doesn't it? Reaching forward with your arms and pulling back is how you launch your character at the beginning of one of the Kinect Adventures minigames. Koz just gave it a little extra thrust from the hip ;)
I'd like to commend GSAU for their coverage of the R18+ issue this week on both Crosshairs and the OzSpot. Your interviews were thorough and well thought out. They put A Current Affair and Today Tonight to shame (which isn't particularly difficult feat, but still...). Good to see Tetris still going strong. Tetris Battle is one of my primary means of time wasting on facebook. I love the bombs too!