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Call of Duty: Ghosts Season Pass: Get four epic DLC Map Packs, each delivering a collection of fresh Call of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer content and more. Plus, you’ll receive the Team Leader digital content pack, a Season Pass-bonus that includes a unique MP character head, headgear, weapon camo, reticle, player patch, player card and player background.Free Fall Dynamic Bonus Map: A brand-new dynamic downloadable multiplayer map that drops you into a shattered skyscraper on the brink of collapse. Frantic action is thrown into overdrive as the skyscraper continues to fall throughout the match, evolving gameplay in real-time.Paracord Strap: A modern day military staple, this wearable tool allows you to carry over 10 feet of versatile paracord on hand wherever you go.Collectible SteelBook: Secure a limited edition steel game case featuring premium artwork.Player Patch: Show your enemies what you stand for with an in-game Ghosts insignia player patch.Player Card: Leave your mark on any killcam with an in-game Ghosts insignia player card.Player Background: Stand out in any lobby list with a Ghosts-themed player background.Official Call of Duty: Ghosts Soundtrack:Upgrade your playlist with a digital copy of the in-game score.

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2 Likes #1
nice find
#2
Nice find, does it run smoothly on PC? read a few reviews on Amazon saying that it has problems. Heat added.
#3
I think for the pc version you need to tweak alot of settings like with every game, half the ppl reviewing are prob trying to play it on a chromebook.

I ordered the xbox 360 version with the xbone upgrade.
banned#4
Goldenraven
I think for the pc version you need to tweak alot of settings like with every game, half the ppl reviewing are prob trying to play it on a chromebook.

I ordered the xbox 360 version with the xbone upgrade.

Ah the clueless ramblings of a console gamer, you don't have to tweak a lot of setting for every pc game. The auto detect settings give you playable settings if all you want to jump in and play(you just need to make sure the aa setting isn't set too high which is the real frame rate killer), only need to mess around with the setting if you want to.
#5
fowler002
Goldenraven
I think for the pc version you need to tweak alot of settings like with every game, half the ppl reviewing are prob trying to play it on a chromebook.

I ordered the xbox 360 version with the xbone upgrade.

Ah the clueless ramblings of a console gamer, you don't have to tweak a lot of setting for every pc game. The auto detect settings give you playable settings if all you want to jump in and play(you just need to make sure the aa setting isn't set too high which is the real frame rate killer), only need to mess around with the setting if you want to.


I agree, I just turn most things to ultra, but it's all done for you, just make sure you meet the required spec which is normal for any pc gamer
#6
fowler002
Goldenraven
I think for the pc version you need to tweak alot of settings like with every game, half the ppl reviewing are prob trying to play it on a chromebook.

I ordered the xbox 360 version with the xbone upgrade.

Ah the clueless ramblings of a console gamer, you don't have to tweak a lot of setting for every pc game. The auto detect settings give you playable settings if all you want to jump in and play(you just need to make sure the aa setting isn't set too high which is the real frame rate killer), only need to mess around with the setting if you want to.

Ah the clueless ramblings of a HotUKdealer ;). I'm far from a console gamer, I'm a PC gamer and have been since I got my first PC back in the late 90's. Have you tried auto detect in every game that has it? Watch_Dogs? GTA 4? WoW?
I know from personal experience that the auto detects can some times set the settings a bit 2 high, especially for users on low end pc's. My Samsung R780 laptop for example should be able to play certain games on higher settings but doesn't allow it without jerky gameplay, even with extra ram and a SSD. Yet a few tweaks and boom playable (not just AA). Which is why I mentioned the users using a "Chromebook" at the end of my post because my gaming PC's have no problem using default settings.
banned 1 Like #7
Goldenraven
fowler002
Goldenraven
I think for the pc version you need to tweak alot of settings like with every game, half the ppl reviewing are prob trying to play it on a chromebook.

I ordered the xbox 360 version with the xbone upgrade.

Ah the clueless ramblings of a console gamer, you don't have to tweak a lot of setting for every pc game. The auto detect settings give you playable settings if all you want to jump in and play(you just need to make sure the aa setting isn't set too high which is the real frame rate killer), only need to mess around with the setting if you want to.

Ah the clueless ramblings of a HotUKdealer ;). I'm far from a console gamer, I'm a PC gamer and have been since I got my first PC back in the late 90's. Have you tried auto detect in every game that has it? Watch_Dogs? GTA 4? WoW?
I know from personal experience that the auto detects can some times set the settings a bit 2 high, especially for users on low end pc's. My Samsung R780 laptop for example should be able to play certain games on higher settings but doesn't allow it without jerky gameplay, even with extra ram and a SSD. Yet a few tweaks and boom playable (not just AA). Which is why I mentioned the users using a "Chromebook" at the end of my post because my gaming PC's have no problem using default settings.

I never claimed to have played/owned d every pc games, you're the one who claimed that you need to fiddle with settings in every game.
And seriously brining up a laptop as an example?
On a PC you just need to make sure the a isn't set too high and if you're still getting constant jerky frame rate(I.emall the time not just during period where there's lots going on screen etc) then just check the settings for the shadows and water effects(or other such non crucial effects) so only a couple of/few setting not lots as you claimed.

Edited By: fowler002 on Dec 08, 2014 15:13
#8
My pc ain't slow at all, but this game IS glitch ridden, nothing to do with settings, everything to do with garbage code
#9
Cheap price, hot for that... shame the game itself blows... always a bad sign when they spend 50% of the advertising budget going on about a dog, and then the animation on it is the worst I've seen on a motion capture session ever... be amazed by the freakish running down stairs in a way dogs can only run on flat ground etc... :3 or the amazing space station graphics that are almost the only levels in the game that look good, the rest is average at best, and rubs your face by making that section a on-rails 60 second interactive cut scene before dropping you into the same old tired COD formula once again.

Save your money, go buy Battlefield 4, it's a similar price and way better.




Edited By: Highway72 on Dec 08, 2014 23:12: stuff
#10
Get it for £5 add a Sim Card and at the check out Enter Coupon MCARD5OFF.
#11
Above code don't work..
#12
Poor game worst of the lot bought a while back from currys for a fiver I think it was
(deal posted on here ) save your money plenty of better games out there than this,
and yes you will need to play around with the pc settings to get the best from it as
you do with nearly every pc game.
banned#13
Fuse
Poor game worst of the lot bought a while back from currys for a fiver I think it was
(deal posted on here ) save your money plenty of better games out there than this,
and yes you will need to play around with the pc settings to get the best from it as
you do with nearly every pc game.

Well if you insist on using a laptop or ancient pc that should have been binned years back what do you expect?
If you've got a more recent pc(the past 5 years or so) then in most cases the auto settings will give you playable settings, you only, so all the bs about 'you have to mess around with a million settings to get a pc game working' is nothing more than the ramblings of console gamers and clueless 'pc gamers'.
#14
fowler002
Fuse
Poor game worst of the lot bought a while back from currys for a fiver I think it was
(deal posted on here ) save your money plenty of better games out there than this,
and yes you will need to play around with the pc settings to get the best from it as
you do with nearly every pc game.

Well if you insist on using a laptop or ancient pc that should have been binned years back what do you expect?
If you've got a more recent pc(the past 5 years or so) then in most cases the auto settings will give you playable settings, you only, so all the bs about 'you have to mess around with a million settings to get a pc game working' is nothing more than the ramblings of console gamers and clueless 'pc gamers'.

You mean the 2 i7 water cooled alienware systems I run with sli and surround monitors and the fact I had a pc's for over 20 years for gaming , I don't think a fall in to your comment above and I think I know what Im talking about , no serious pc gamer would ever use auto settings.
#15
Fuse
fowler002
Fuse
Poor game worst of the lot bought a while back from currys for a fiver I think it was
(deal posted on here ) save your money plenty of better games out there than this,
and yes you will need to play around with the pc settings to get the best from it as
you do with nearly every pc game.


Well if you insist on using a laptop or ancient pc that should have been binned years back what do you expect?
If you've got a more recent pc(the past 5 years or so) then in most cases the auto settings will give you playable settings, you only, so all the bs about 'you have to mess around with a million settings to get a pc game working' is nothing more than the ramblings of console gamers and clueless 'pc gamers'.


You mean the 2 i7 water cooled alienware systems I run with sli and surround monitors and the fact I had a pc's for over 20 years for gaming , I don't think a fall in to your comment above and I think I know what Im talking about , no serious pc gamer would ever use auto settings.


Loved to see a photo of your setup :)

I use the nvidia program to auto set some of my games? is this wrong? does this mean im not a "serious" pc gamer?

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