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From: Rin Stowleigh <rstowle...@gmail.com>
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Just saw this and thought it would be better posted in this thread
than to start a new one. First time I've seen this done. Not saying
every game should do it, but I do have a certain admiration for
innovative ideas, so from that angle I thought it was kind of cool.
Sort of reminds me of one of the COD:MW games (forgot which one) that
released a bunch of "Christmas maps" on Christmas Eve, which were the
same maps folks had already been playing but with xmas lights on most
of the buildings, snow on the ground, and various decorations or
holiday additions. Sometimes a little creativity goes a long way.
Pasted from the Origin client:
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