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The BF Diaries: Are DART rounds the new USAS?

The intrepid Triggywiggy over at BATTLEFIELDO is reporting that the M26 Dart is the new USAS Frag Round post patch. According to Triggy there is a glitch in the code. 532 more words

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The BF Diaries: The Case for Boosting

There was a time when I eschewed boosters and the act of boosting entirely. The booster was a cheater in my eyes, cretins of gaming with no legitimate claim to their falsified stats that they undoubtedly brag about every chance they get. 271 more words

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The BF Diaries: Rented Servers; the good, the bad and the ugly.

Overall the addition of BF3 rented servers to consoles is a good thing. For one, it’s now easy for anyone to learn how to fly a chopper or plane and boost your unlocks with a couple of friends (because EA is charging people to unlock items that have an affect on gameplay, I no longer find boosting objectionable, nor do I consider it cheating.) And having the ability to set the rules for you and your pals is worth its weight in gold. 613 more words

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The BF Diaries: Learning To Fly

Turns out my biggest hurdle in learning to fly choppers in BF3 was the stick layout. Having both pitch and roll on the same stick caused me to overcompensate roll too much while trying to get the chopper to move forward. 270 more words

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The BF Diaries: Are they really Lone Wolves?

In WW1 the generals had this tactic called trench warfare they liked to use. It was a wonderful tactic that had worked very well in near every war. 607 more words

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The BF Diaries: My thoughts on the Metro & Tehran maps.

According to MP1st Senior Gameplay Designer, Alan Kertz, revealed that Operation Metro is the most played map so far and Tehran Highway is the least popular. 673 more words

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The BF Diaries: Supporting the team, cool story bro!

The one thing I really enjoy about Battlefield is how you don’t have to be at the top of the leader-board to feel like like you vivaciously contributed to the team. 387 more words

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