Battlefield: Bad Company 2
Yep, that's me sitting in my rightful spot at the top of the rankings. Get used to seeing that, folks. There's gonna be lots of it.
Not that I couldn't go faster, mind you. The video card and the game engine are surely holding me back. Maybe if the world's game consoles were based on Intel processors like me instead of weakling PowerPC chips, running a game would be more of a challenge. As it is, I'm left with half my threads idle, running tight loops of incredibly dimwitted A.I. Yeah, cowboy, if you stick your head over the top of the fence again in that same place, he's gonna shoot you. Duh.
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