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When I recieve my 360 at Xmas, how will the games look on a 28 inch LCD flatscreen? Also, which launch games should I be picking up, bar PGR3? I'm torn between COD2 and PDZ for an FPS, and also considering Kameo. Is DoA4 just a shiny update from the last game?

They will look incredible. Pick up both COD2 and PDZ. Kameo is far better than I expected. DOA4 is apparently a refined update with amazing graphics and extended arenas.

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Call of Duty 2 is a bit good :)

Played the first one on PC and never bothered with 2, but now with the lights off and the headphones on this is some serious good stuff.

It's immense. It takes COD1 and ramps everything up x 10. An immersive, frantic fps that has left me with a headache everytime I have played it. So intense it's unbelievable.

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It's immense. It takes COD1 and ramps everything up x 10. An immersive, frantic fps that has left me with a headache everytime I have played it. So intense it's unbelievable.

I took the tip to play it on Veteran, and it's a right nightmare.

Like war should be, really. Currently I'm in some trench getting the shit shot out of me. BUT I WILL PREVAIL.

It's a bit disheartening to think I would have a life-expectancy of about 12.4 seconds if a real war broke out.

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I took the tip to play it on Veteran, and it's a right nightmare.

Like war should be, really. Currently I'm in some trench getting the shit shot out of me. BUT I WILL PREVAIL.

I am playing on normal and there are a few scenarios where I have literally been ripped to pieces. The whole secret seems to be to push forward at every available chance.

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