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Is it worth playing online?

Discussion in 'Call of Duty 2 :' started by cdlink14, Aug 1, 2008.

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  1. cdlink14

    cdlink14 Guest

    Well I bought this game recently (?5 for a shiny new, GOTY copy seems fine to me). And wonder is there much point playing it online?

    I'm also thinking of making a portable version of it, but my 4GB flash stick won't hold it with all my other crap on it. Think its worth going to UCS to purchase a 8GB (?18)? I know of the problems running off a flash drive. Thats why i would copy it to any machines i use it on.
     
  2. cdlink14

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    Because that would mean me getting off my arse and doing something. And that's a very very bad thing.
     
  3. cdlink14

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    Oh I help myself a lot. Mostly to other peoples things, but still proves my point. :cute:
     
  4. FlatLiner

    FlatLiner Staff Member Clan Founder Clan Member Donator

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    and what game do you intend to make portable

    me thinks it would not work

    as so many dls and video drivers etc

    my cod 4 folder is 15 gig
     
  5. cdlink14

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    Call of duty 2, Should work I made UT2004 portable.
     
  6. Thunderstorm

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    ohh shame for you:cry:make me:biglaugh::biglaugh::biglaugh:
     
  7. cdlink14

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    The cake is a lie......
     
  8. FlatLiner

    FlatLiner Staff Member Clan Founder Clan Member Donator

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    Think you may run into a few punkbuster problems
     
  9. cdlink14

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    I think it would run ok. All I need to do is use Thinstall. Basically it scans your registry + hard disk before installation of a game. Then after you install + update the game it searches again. All new/changed files are copied into the project folder. From this you can compile the project folder into a EXE (With streamlined compression if you want). This EXE works in its own environment, meaning it emulates the registry. It also saves any custom files into a folder within the same directory as the EXE. So downloading/deleting/editting custom content is a
    breeeze.
     
  10. silent scope

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    well i agree with flatty coz he knows exactly what hes on about dont you owning ucs for 1 reason lmao
     
  11. cdlink14

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    Well I got it working perfectly. Just gotta remember where I put the flash drive with it on now. XD

    But yeah, I agree Flatty does know what he's talking about. I myself have only been into computers for 12 years, 8 of which was as a wild gamer. That puts Flatty ahead of me by 4 years ( going by the time he owned the store ), and a Brain cell.
     
  12. FlatLiner

    FlatLiner Staff Member Clan Founder Clan Member Donator

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    Been into computers for over 23 years now

    and online gaming for about 19
     
  13. cdlink14

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    What about programming languages? Surely after so long with computers you must of picked a few up over the years...?
     
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