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Posted by Squirre1 on 09-24-2002 11:57 AM:

Let's just say I want to see a LAN based 64 man game and God willing I will... I say 32 on 32... Anyone up for that...?


Posted by dbh on 09-24-2002 01:35 PM:

*looks at emoticons*

Damn, no smiley is big enough. Sux0r!

I can hardly wait!

-dbh


Posted by Mr.Sparkle on 09-24-2002 03:41 PM:

I'm up for 64 man battlefield game.
Mr.Sparkle


Posted by KaiserRoll on 09-24-2002 05:59 PM:

The demo or the actual full game?

Oh yea, where you going to get a server big enough to do that? If I remember right the reccomended stats per person were pretty hefty for this game.


Posted by Bruce_1337 on 09-24-2002 06:04 PM:

If i voted for something else, i want to change my vote to ut2k3. ut2k3 > counter-strike.


Posted by Brett on 09-24-2002 09:20 PM:

bruce leet oh really

cs sucks :X


Posted by Anthos on 09-24-2002 09:48 PM:

Just to clarify, as there have been a couple of contradicting comments, the reason for removing the BF1942 tournament is the fact that we would have to have several LARGE teams. Not necessarily organized teams, but it would be better that way. We are not doubting the fact that it will be a popular choice for gaming. The reason it was removed as a possibility is because of necessity to have several teams with at least 10 people each. To make a QUALITY tournament, that would mean having basically the entire attending population at the LAN competing in this one tournament. That, in all practical assumption, is not very likely. Depending on attendance and popularity at future LAN events, it may indeed become a tournament choice. Until then, we'll have to wait and see.

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Posted by Anthos on 09-25-2002 11:16 PM:

The Winner is...

Unreal Tournament 2003.

Thank you to all that took the time to post your thoughts and those that voted, as well!

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