Instead of waiting for EA to make a new game, I decided to add my own little twist and play the teams I really want to play. Enjoy!!
1980 UM vs 1985 UM Interception on PS3
I know I'm going to get some heat for this, but I'm wondering if any of you are members or would like to join a multiplayer group in either Battlefield 3 or Modern Warfare 3 (PS3). Maybe we could create an MGoGroup? I don't even know how to set one up (maybe someone will invite me to join an existing group??) but I ask because I'm thinking it would be much more enjoyable getting killed every 10 seconds if I was a member of a fun group instead of playing with randoms. Any thoughts?
PSN = profitgoblue
I had a forum topic like this one about a month ago, so I'm sure everyone is getting tired of having these topics continue to pop up, but I could not think of another way to get one of these up and going. An Online Dynasty was created, but Goblueritzy92's PS3 broke, and he was the commissioner, so the league has pretty much died. I plan on being the commissioner for this league and will make sure that it is run smoothly. I will advance the league every three days and will be on top of it, so there is minimal waiting around time. I would like to get as many human players into the league as I can, so let me know your PS id and I will send out invites in the next couple days. Again, sorry for posting another thread, but all I wanted to do was play an online dynasty, and the one I was in just died after the 2nd week...
People that were interested in the league or in the league before include:
BL4484 (not a MGo user)
Blue in Yarmouth
If any of you are interested in playing again, let me know. And anybody new is welcome as well.
Ok, so I'm trying to decide between getting a Xbox 360 or a PlayStation 3 and wanted to see what everyone's opinion was. Right now I'm kind of leaning towards the PS3 because it has the blu-ray player but I'm still not sure if that is what I should get. FYI, I just bought a Samsung 58" plasma last night and it is BAD ASS. Anyways, thanks for the insight.