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Kondylom Klas Oct 7, 2013 @ 12:54pm
Which one should I buy?
I don't feel like buying the pack but just one game instead? Which should I buy? Which is the best and has an active multiplayer base? Or maybe MOST active would be best to describe it.
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Caelistas Oct 7, 2013 @ 3:57pm 
Flatout 2 only

Flatour 3 can suck my hairy ballsack, worst buy ever.
Rampage Oct 8, 2013 @ 3:22am 
Maybe Ultinate Carnages as long as Flat Out 2 don't have MP no more.
ElfShotTheFood Oct 8, 2013 @ 6:58am 
Ultimate Carnage.
Sonny101 Oct 8, 2013 @ 9:24am 
Buy all. Except for 3.
Captain Obvious Oct 10, 2013 @ 8:49am 
I'd say UC. Definitly skip 3, that abomination shouldn't have been allowed to be called Flatout.
Ricco Oct 12, 2013 @ 9:21pm 
You should buy only 2nd part.
Regan The Conduit Jan 4 @ 2:58pm 
Flatout 1 for most realisim
flatout 2 for standard realisim (like burnout) and fun over the top cars
and flatout 3 if you want to cry
Tweedle_de Feb 18 @ 6:28am 
I just bought FO3 because I enjoyed FO2.
Wish I had read some reviews first....
WHAT A MISTAKE. A waste of 7,50 AUD.
At first I was just going wild about the STUPID WINDOWS EXPERIENCE score
for the game setup, which I could not circumvent, but
There is nothing redeemable about this game - Graphics, handling, nothing
AVOID LIKE THE PLAGUE .

AT LEAST I WOULD HAVE GOT MY MONEY BACK FROM EB GAMES, BUT NOT SO
WITH RIPOFF STEAM.
Regan The Conduit Feb 18 @ 8:16pm 
Sells you game
Accepts return purely because you didnt like the game

good guy EB games
Tweedle_de Feb 19 @ 12:53am 
EB Games has a one week return policy.
Well, it's been a while since I called them on it. I think it's been two years since
I last returned a game, and I've only done so two or three times in ten years.
One time the game was a Steam linked game and as I was still on 56k Dial-up at the
time the mandatory Steam update made the game unviable.
The game was not adequately labeled regarding the Steam requirements and gave no hint
of the size of the required download.
On another occasion I did keep the game - FEAR 3. It was nine months before I could
play (finally having ADSL 2+ ) due to a mandatory update of over 1GB.

I think EB developed this policy because of people having issues with system specs,
but they do allow you to return for simply not likeing the game. Obviously you aren't
allowed toabuse the system, but they know how to garner customer loyalty, and I
still buy games from them in preference to Steam 90% of the time.
I also prefer installing from disk. It's faster, but as time goes on and the developers
get more sloppy, the patches/updates get bigger and using a disk become less viable

(think BF3 - When I first got that I had to wait two months because I was on a 5GB/ month
download limit, so I had to wait till the last night of each month and use what was left on
BF3 ). It's only just on one year that I've had more than 5GB allowance (50GB now)

I've been a Steam hater for a long time due to the disregard for those with poor internet
connections, low download limits, and the lack of clear labeling on games that require Steam activation.
Many of them simply say - 'internet activation required' - and don't say who with, or how
much download has to be endured before you are allowed to play.

Anyway - It's been a long time since I threw a tantrum because of a game. A lot of them
have hand holding things similar to this 'Windows Experience' idiocy that I rail against,
but FO3 well and truly takes the cake....


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Regan The Conduit Feb 19 @ 8:27pm 
Tweedle dee on the subject about disregard for low internet users I could agree more. Im good now but jesus ♥♥♥♥ing christ when I first tried PC gaming O_O
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