does anyone know if the new Borderlands GOTY ( DLC ON DISK ) comes with the duke nekom forever key
hu? what? whats this, ive heard nothing about this, and theres no tag on the box about it..
On the 360 version there is a sticker that says "includes duke nukem forever first access pass"
does the ps3 version do it too? I see no such sticker..
wow, assume much? I have real friends I hang out with IRL. All I said was I didn't like split screen on FPS games. Note how I said it was fun back in the day of Goldeneye? And how Mario Kart and older games were still a blast on split screen?
But seeing as you assume, you wouldn't know anything about my hooking up the laptop to the tv for some old school N64 gaming with friends, and us all making the comment of how much more fun it is sitting back playing together instead of over XBL like the good o'l days. Or how playing some of the old Tony Hawk games on the PS2, playing HORSE and renaming it was a lot of fun.
Nope,because I made the comment that FPS games on split screen, taking up half of your screen wasn't as fun as playing over XBL with those same RL friends, means I lack any kind of social interaction whatsover.
Seriously dude, get a life. No one likes that attitude around here, get bent.
wow you seem to be the one freaking out at the guy. He made a valid apoint, a lot of us prefer gaming with buddies in the room. I MUCH prefer it. Split screen is ok, but honestly system link is the best option in my opinion, and its really sad that most games dont seem to offer it. Luckily boarderlands does, and gears of war did, and i had a blast playing those in my room with my friends (i have mutliple TV's and xbox's)
ahh.. but maybe its just rose collored nostalgia, but nothing really beat the old school days of golden eye and the like with my friends back in the day. It was just such a differnt experience with like 10 guys in the room passing controllers around. The only other thing that was cooler was when there was like 20 of us at a buddies bachelor party. We drug a bunch of tvs over and did some mad halo 2 system link lan games all night. That was a fucking blast. 4 player split screen on each tv. (He was mormon so we couldn't do anything wild, but i didn't mind in retrospect, it was a blast)