Battlefront 2 (2) Key £39.99 @ CDKeys
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Battlefront 2 (2) Key £39.99 @ CDKeys

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Found 19th Nov
Been looking around for the best price for this game, seems to be the best price aside some shady looking site called DVD-VINE, would love to hear if there is a cheaper way.

Thank you.

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No one is mentioning the spelling mistake then? Battlefield 2 came out in 2005.

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Smadmad8 m ago

I have enjoyed this game so far. Done well online. No sense of anyone …I have enjoyed this game so far. Done well online. No sense of anyone getting a advantage by buying crates

That's because they turned off the microtransactions temporarily isn't it?

Cd keys are desperate to shift this. They're spamming Facebook with it.

EA are a scummy company, out to destroy gaming.

Anyone buying a full price game, with freemium mechanics is a half-wit

If you absolutely can;t resist, wait for it to hit the bargain bins after it flops.
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Cd keys are desperate to shift this. They're spamming Facebook with it.

You trying to see which post gets the coldest!

I think you mean 'Battlefront'...

£40 for a game with an average metacritic score of 0.8/10? On a platform where new releases tend to be closer to £30?

Seems like you'd be better off waiting even if you did want to play it, no way this doesn't drop significantly over the next month.

I bought it from cdkeys in may when it was £26 with the code and cancelled it the day before it came out, what a fiasco this game is. I hope EA burn in hell haha

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Battenberg5 m ago

£40 for a game with an average metacritic score of 0.8/10? On a platform …£40 for a game with an average metacritic score of 0.8/10? On a platform where new releases tend to be closer to £30?Seems like you'd be better off waiting even if you did want to play it, no way this doesn't drop significantly over the next month.


User score. The Meta score is 7.2

But yes, I totally agree, I've had two hours into the EA Access trial and this whole mess is such a shame, it looks absolutely stunning on the X.

BuzzDuraband2 m ago

User score. The Meta score is 7.2 But yes, I totally agree, I've had …User score. The Meta score is 7.2 But yes, I totally agree, I've had two hours into the EA Access trial and this whole mess is such a shame, it looks absolutely stunning on the X.


The Meta score is 72 actually Buzz
Edited by: "EagleUK" 19th Nov

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EagleUK1 m ago

The Meta score is 72 actually Buzz


It was in reference to the 0.8, keeping it in the same lines. 72 out of 100 - 7.2

Unless you have the constitution of a saint £39.99 won't be the final cost on it once EA turns their marketplace back on
Edited by: "Ionwaffle" 19th Nov

johnchapman_26 m ago

Cd keys are desperate to shift this. They're spamming Facebook with it.



no wonder with the major backlash, cancelled preorders and EA stock price drop. "Please buy our awful product so we can fleece you some more". It's hilarious and slightly tragic.

I have enjoyed this game so far. Done well online. No sense of anyone getting a advantage by buying crates

Battenberg12 m ago

£40 for a game with an average metacritic score of 0.8/10? On a platform …£40 for a game with an average metacritic score of 0.8/10? On a platform where new releases tend to be closer to £30?Seems like you'd be better off waiting even if you did want to play it, no way this doesn't drop significantly over the next month.


0.8 out of 10, that score is Solo it's practically dead!

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Smadmad8 m ago

I have enjoyed this game so far. Done well online. No sense of anyone …I have enjoyed this game so far. Done well online. No sense of anyone getting a advantage by buying crates

That's because they turned off the microtransactions temporarily isn't it?

Smadmad13 m ago

I have enjoyed this game so far. Done well online. No sense of anyone …I have enjoyed this game so far. Done well online. No sense of anyone getting a advantage by buying crates


Thats because you can’t, they have temporarily disabled the crate buying.

£39.99 for this - hahahahahahaha

No one is mentioning the spelling mistake then? Battlefield 2 came out in 2005.

Smadmad19 m ago

I have enjoyed this game so far. Done well online. No sense of anyone …I have enjoyed this game so far. Done well online. No sense of anyone getting a advantage by buying crates



that is because you get teamed against similar level players making crates a pointless charade in which only EA profits

JC2MULTIPLAYER0001 m ago

that is because you get teamed against similar level players making crates …that is because you get teamed against similar level players making crates a pointless charade in which only EA profits

So why is everyone crying about the crate system in this game?

Smadmad3 m ago

So why is everyone crying about the crate system in this game?



because it's a rip off

Smadmad6 m ago

So why is everyone crying about the crate system in this game?


Because it would cost roughly £2000 to unlock all the hero's or over 4000 hours game play.

JC2MULTIPLAYER0004 m ago

because it's a rip off

But if you are getting matched with similar players. Why worry?
Fifa, Call of Duty do it but for me doesn't affect online play for me as the inferior players are the ones that use the play to win system
Edited by: "Smadmad" 19th Nov

Smadmad9 m ago

So why is everyone crying about the crate system in this game?


I've heard once you hit 20 hours in the online the progression grinds to a halt. This is most likely due to the progression system being tied to the lootcrates so the slower it is, the more pressured you are into buying. Not to mention free to play mobile game monetization techniques being included in a £40 quid game...

leviticus712 m ago

Because it would cost roughly £2000 to unlock all the hero's or over 4000 …Because it would cost roughly £2000 to unlock all the hero's or over 4000 hours game play.

I dont need to unlock the hero's. I'm playing a shoot em up in a star wars environment

Ionwaffle4 m ago

I've heard once you hit 20 hours in the online the progression grinds to a …I've heard once you hit 20 hours in the online the progression grinds to a halt. This is most likely due to the progression system being tied to the lootcrates so the slower it is, the more pressured you are into buying. Not to mention free to play mobile game monetization techniques being included in a £40 quid game...

This has been the case with other games and I agree it's a rip off but other games follow this model. It hasn't affected my enjoyment, so doesn't bother me.

Smadmad4 m ago

I dont need to unlock the hero's. I'm playing a shoot em up in a star wars …I dont need to unlock the hero's. I'm playing a shoot em up in a star wars environment


Maybe you don't but somebody else would and if they come running at you with luke or darth vader who's got the advantage? You or the guy who's paid a fortune to be Darth or Luke etc...

leviticus713 m ago

Maybe you don't but somebody else would and if they come running at you …Maybe you don't but somebody else would and if they come running at you with luke or darth vader who's got the advantage? You or the guy who's paid a fortune to be Darth or Luke etc...

But I haven't come across that scenario as of yet. And if someone does pay for Darth or whoever else it spoils maybe 1 out of 10 games. There are less people then you think willing to pay for items. So far I'm loving BF2

I'll leave my coors in here so it gets... Damn Cold!

Smadmad4 m ago

But I haven't come across that scenario as of yet. And if someone does pay …But I haven't come across that scenario as of yet. And if someone does pay for Darth or whoever else it spoils maybe 1 out of 10 games. There are less people then you think willing to pay for items. So far I'm loving BF2


You won't come across it yet because it's been temporarily disabled due to the backlash. It will be back just in another form.
If it was just to buy skins and anything that wouldn't create a disadvantage then I'd be happy to play, unfortunately the way it is at the moment I'd rather not.

Smadmad5 m ago

But I haven't come across that scenario as of yet. And if someone does pay …But I haven't come across that scenario as of yet. And if someone does pay for Darth or whoever else it spoils maybe 1 out of 10 games. There are less people then you think willing to pay for items. So far I'm loving BF2

Played this today and had Darth Maul running in rain down sith destruction, though as the four of our team had stuck together and we all unleashed our trusty blasters, he ended up in a squishy mess on the floor.

leviticus716 m ago

You won't come across it yet because it's been temporarily disabled due to …You won't come across it yet because it's been temporarily disabled due to the backlash. It will be back just in another form.If it was just to buy skins and anything that wouldn't create a disadvantage then I'd be happy to play, unfortunately the way it is at the moment I'd rather not.

As I said other games do this. Fifa does this on ultimate team and I buy nothing but beat the stuffing out of most players. Call of duty has been doing this for a longtime but on top charge for DLC. This games dlc is free.It's the media trying to create a storm. If I listened to them I wouldn't eat meat, drink alcohol or use a mobile phone in fear of getting ill. The world is full of sheep
Edited by: "Smadmad" 19th Nov

Smadmad5 m ago

As I said other games do this. Fifa does this on ultimate team and I buy …As I said other games do this. Fifa does this on ultimate team and I buy nothing but beat the stuffing out of most players. Call of duty has been doing this for a longtime but on top charge for DLC. This games dlc is free.It's the media trying to create a storm. If I listened to them I wouldn't eat meat, drink alcohol or use a mobile phone in fear of getting ill. The world is full of sheep


You are calling people sheep while defending a multi billion dollar corporation for exploiting people with addictive personalities. Just because you are fine with the game doesn't mean other people are and just because you are happy with it, it doesn't mean people should stop fighting against what they deem to be consumer exploitation.

Smadmad6 m ago

As I said other games do this. Fifa does this on ultimate team and I buy …As I said other games do this. Fifa does this on ultimate team and I buy nothing but beat the stuffing out of most players. Call of duty has been doing this for a longtime but on top charge for DLC. This games dlc is free.It's the media trying to create a storm. If I listened to them I wouldn't eat meat, drink alcohol or use a mobile phone in fear of getting ill. The world is full of sheep



Smadmad6 m ago

As I said other games do this. Fifa does this on ultimate team and I buy …As I said other games do this. Fifa does this on ultimate team and I buy nothing but beat the stuffing out of most players. Call of duty has been doing this for a longtime but on top charge for DLC. This games dlc is free.It's the media trying to create a storm. If I listened to them I wouldn't eat meat, drink alcohol or use a mobile phone in fear of getting ill. The world is full of sheep



do you work on behalf of EA? hahahahahaha

EA are a scummy company, out to destroy gaming.

Anyone buying a full price game, with freemium mechanics is a half-wit

If you absolutely can;t resist, wait for it to hit the bargain bins after it flops.

Ionwaffle15 m ago

You are calling people sheep while defending a multi billion dollar …You are calling people sheep while defending a multi billion dollar corporation for exploiting people with addictive personalities. Just because you are fine with the game doesn't mean other people are and just because you are happy with it, it doesn't mean people should stop fighting against what they deem to be consumer exploitation.

Im not defending them, just think people are jumping on the bandwagon without playing the game. I have played the game and guess what no doom and gloom. Im far from being a sheep on defending my individual opinion on the game. I think it would be a shame for people to miss out on a great game because of perception
Edited by: "Smadmad" 19th Nov

LotusJas5 m ago

EA are a scummy company, out to destroy gaming.Anyone buying a full price …EA are a scummy company, out to destroy gaming.Anyone buying a full price game, with freemium mechanics is a half-wit If you absolutely can;t resist, wait for it to hit the bargain bins after it flops.

A majority of games charge for DLC that most people are happy to pay, yet this game it's Free and balanced it with buying crates yet it offers no advantage

Smadmad9 m ago

A majority of games charge for DLC that most people are happy to pay, yet …A majority of games charge for DLC that most people are happy to pay, yet this game it's Free and balanced it with buying crates yet it offers no advantage


Again that's because they turned off the microtransactions didn't they? Once they come back on, then you might start to see the balancing issues.
Edited by: "johnchapman_" 19th Nov

johnchapman_4 m ago

Again that's because they turned off the microtransactions didn't they? …Again that's because they turned off the microtransactions didn't they? Once they come back on, then you might start to see the balancing issues.

You say that yet I haven't seen a difference in other games, yet I'm still competitive.

Smadmad16 m ago

Im not defending them, just think people are jumping on the bandwagon …Im not defending them, just think people are jumping on the bandwagon without playing the game. I have played the game and guess what no doom and gloom. Im far from being a sheep on defending my individual opinion on the game. I think it would be a shame for people to miss out on a great game because of perception



I'm not sure how you can find a game fun where the design choices are centred around psychological manipulation to try and fleece you. It's designed to hook you and you claim not to be a sheep. With your responses I have to wonder if you're just young and inexperienced or maybe not that into games and inexperienced

JC2MULTIPLAYER00023 m ago

I'm not sure how you can find a game fun where the design choices are …I'm not sure how you can find a game fun where the design choices are centred around psychological manipulation to try and fleece you. It's designed to hook you and you claim not to be a sheep. With your responses I have to wonder if you're just young and inexperienced or maybe not that into games and inexperienced

I'm far from young lol. I don't give in to the psychological manipulation. There are plenty of games that try to do this but like I have said the inferior gamer falls to that manipulation. Other games that use this model haven't spoilt it for me. I'm still very competitive.
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