Most epic kill streak ever...

Thu May 03, 2012 10:47 am

Thu May 03, 2012 1:04 pm

  • He hit the jackpot!
    Somehow its harder to target the direction of the shots in bf3 than bc2.
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Sat May 12, 2012 5:38 am

  • thats really nice
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Sat May 12, 2012 12:29 pm

  • Probably before the patch.
    I tell ya, they have made the trajectory spread so ridiculous that it's,......well...ridiculous.

    If you get in the game and find yourself a wall which will indicate bullet marks. Stand at what would be the equivalent of approximately 25 feet from the wall.
    Use your fave Auto weapon and hip shoot at the same spot on the wall and empty your clip.
    There will be a 10 foot radius where the bullets are striking.

    That is moronic. If real battles were fought with weapons that inaccurate, no one could win.

    The spread doesn't get much better when you sight in either. Maybe a 6 to 8 foot spread...It's just stupid.

    EA/DICE has Nerfed the original released game down to a powder puff bunch of sorry assed, inaccurate, line-up of weapon choices which at first had excellent power and range.
    Now you are just frikken lucky if you get a suppression kill assist.

    I for one literally HATE the stupid dance around the enemy type shooting, using sometimes up to two clips of ammo in an ignorant ballet of bullets with each other. ONE or TWO rapid twitches of the trigger is all it should take to bring down the enemy.
    But then everyone whined and moaned that the weapons are just too powerful.
    Give me a break.
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