02-07-2013 04:50 AM
This thread is for you to share your nostalgic moments on Uncharted 3 Multiplayer.
Moments you will never forget
Moments so good that you know they may never happen again
Moments you only have once in a (gaming) lifetime
....and many many more..
Pre Uncharted 3
My earliest nostalgic memories of this game have to be the BETA.
I played some epic games with my real life friends as well as some awesome randoms.
I actually found and joined this forum thanks to the BETA. I was Googling news on how long the BETA would last etc etc and was diverted here. Back then the ND employers used to honour us with their presence and it was great to be part of a great online community.
I met some wonderful people here earlier on, people like Spiderling (who doesn't visit here anymore ). We would yearn the day we bought Uncharted 3 and just guesstimate how great the game would be.
All forumers at that point would share their thoughts on how the game will own all other games etc. AAAHH so much memories and excited vibes.
Early - Mid Uncharted 3 Days
When the game was released, everyone hit the multiplayer in their droves. At first it seemed ok, but most were missing and the BETA days and the complaints were on the horizon.
The early days were good. There was promise of many DLC's to look forward to and laying with my friends and new friends we're good too.
I also met a lot of Co-op and CMP players here on the forums and started playing a few games with them. One was Jsemeniuk who was a wonderful guy and a great co-op buddy. We played and owned all Co-op maps and were the FIRST people ever to complete and upload the Monsatery and Fort Crushing modes with 0 deaths. Sadly, he doesn't come online anymore, so those days are long gone
I also met some other great co-op players like Alluboy who I have had some epic and memorable Co-op games with in my later Co-op days. We've had some great laughs and great games and always raged and celebrated each game together. He has been a very great buddy to play with and how much I miss those epic days! *sigh*
I have had some great "tutorial" games with my cousin JD who would show me every bugs and glitches in the game, and it was very mesmerizing to see such epic glitches that I have never encountered and also visit some "uncharted" territories. He would also show me really great techniques and "cheats". How I miss those days.
Even though I am not much of a CMP player, I still enjoyed some brilliant CMP games such as TDM, 3TDM, Plunder, TO and The Lab games with amazing players as well as great people such as:
and many more (forgotten your names sorry lol)
These^ guys we're SO great to play with, and AMAZING people to play with.
We would rage and joke around when the game screwed us with its glitches and such in the chatroom.
We would kick backsides on near enough every game we played, and sometimes when our party had more than 5 players, we would play each other lol (BPA+ vs the Rest Of The World)
Those days have long gone and not coming back for me
Those are my NOSTALGIC moments on this game.
Feel free to share yours too
02-07-2013 05:01 AM - edited 02-07-2013 05:02 AM
I'll never forget you, HC mode. I don't care if you got replaced by two "popular" modes, you're my #1.
I never forget the summer beta HC mode, where they where much less power weapons and separate leg hitboxes, making it even more hardcore.. (and almost no lag)
02-07-2013 05:04 AM
I miss the Summer beta. Everyone had 4-5 bars! I never heard Spanish/Portuguese profanities, I never got killed behind walls, blindfire deaths were rare, the G-MAL was a beast with Heavy Bullets etc.
Those were the days!
02-07-2013 05:05 AM
02-07-2013 05:59 AM
02-07-2013 06:33 AM
I would have to say nostalgia is the only thing that keeps me around.
I had many fun moments with this game and it's predessor but
nostalgia is running thin.
I would like to say that I will always remember the fun times with
my U2 and U3 friends.
Thanks for the good times to, in no special order
Thankfully many of these players have joined me on BF3 so let the good times keep coming.