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I was just cehcking out the steam site and found this...

http://www.steampowered.com/index.ph...dodFreeWeekend

Day of Defeat: Source is the latest version of the WWII online action game from Valve®. This weekend, everyone is invited to try DoD: Source for free. Join the ranks as Axis or Allies troops located in Western Europe during the height of the war in 1944.
 

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preloading now
I heard we'll be able to buy in stores soon which is great for me since my parents are anti credit card on the net.
 

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So, after the weekend passes, the game will become unavailable to play? Does it get automatically deleted from our HDD's our something?
 

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I think its kinda waste of time...the game is freaking 3gb!! which will take forever to download and just play for a day or two... =\\
 

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That's why you just download it over night.

Anyway, I've been playing a fair amount this weekend and I have to say I really enjoy it a lot more than CS:S. I like that you choose a role you want to play rather than just getting whatever weapons you can afford, plus being able to respawn. It wasn't always fun having to watch the rest of a match if you die.

Why is CS:S so much more popular than this game? Just out of curiosity.
 

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Originally Posted by Bluecow003

That's why you just download it over night.

Anyway, I've been playing a fair amount this weekend and I have to say I really enjoy it a lot more than CS:S. I like that you choose a role you want to play rather than just getting whatever weapons you can afford, plus being able to respawn. It wasn't always fun having to watch the rest of a match if you die.

Why is CS:S so much more popular than this game? Just out of curiosity.

DoD:S was fun when I played, however it got rather reptitive and the maps were very small.

One key thing I enjoy CSS for much more are custom maps.
 
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