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    Has anyone had any problems with the DVD version of the game. I bought that version & now somone told me they heard off problems with it. So im trying to figure out if i should go return it for the regular cd version


    thanks
    Razor237

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    I've had no problems with the DVD version.
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      No, it has worked fine for 2 computers of mine!!
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      • #4
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        cool thanks, I figured there wasnt a problem just wanted to make sure



        -Razor237

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        • #5
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          Some people just can't think straight. The game code on the CD and DVD version is the same. The only difference is the media that the game is delivered to you by!
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            Originally posted by Telorn
            Some people just can't think straight. The game code on the CD and DVD version is the same. The only difference is the media that the game is delivered to you by!
            Oh, no... My DVD version has better graphics than the CD version. The guy at Gamestop said so!
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            • #7
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              Originally posted by CingularDuality
              Oh, no... My DVD version has better graphics than the CD version. The guy at Gamestop said so!
              Yeah, I'm pretty sure we proved that without a doubt in the last thread. But the version on 5.25 floppies has better sound. ;P
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              • #8
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                I think Tarpan is still loading his 8-tracks so he can play.
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                • #9
                  Re: BF2 DVD version

                  Originally posted by CingularDuality
                  Oh, no... My DVD version has better graphics than the CD version. The guy at Gamestop said so!
                  Look who we're talking about here...an employee at Gamestop. I rest my case. :icon16:
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                  • #10
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                    no probs with DVD here. I was hoping for many a behind the scenes video or something, but that's alright.
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                    • #11
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                      is it just me or do they hire the game-player junkies. the ones who could never figure why they put the A and B buttons on the controller, or the ones that never knew that in tetris its better to make the lines not towers!

                      the DVD is good, CD is alot of media, and 8 track still sound good in a 67 chevy!
                      that sounds like a good idea trooper.
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                      • #12
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                        Three disks isn't too bad, UT2k4 had what, six? If I had a DVD drive I would go for the DVD myself.

                        I want the director and actor commentary :p

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