Which DLC should I go for?

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  1. Dark Magnus

    Dark Magnus Your opinion is wrong!

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    Should I get Map packs 2 and 3 for COD: WaW?
    The all fronts pack for Gears of War 2?
    Or the legendary map pack for halo 3?

    Now keep in mind I haven't played Halo 3 in a long time, but the itch has been creeping up and I might start playing it again this weekend. I play CoD and Gears 2 about the same amount.
     
  2. Sixshot

    Sixshot Jeff Goldbluman Group

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    I would say get at least W@W map pack 3. The new zombie level kicks all kinds of ass.

    Remember, ODST will have all of the maps, so you could just wait for that to get the legendary maps.
     
  3. kaindarkstar87

    kaindarkstar87 Decepticon Outcast

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    No... save it for ROTF dlc... :D 
     
  4. Jefrey8395

    Jefrey8395 Mr.COG

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  5. Chrono Grimlock

    Chrono Grimlock Perfect By Nature

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    All fronts. It's the best deal. You get roughly 20 maps and a new single player content. CAN'T GO WRONG!
     
  6. Dirge121

    Dirge121 Eat the chikums

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    Yeah, whatever you do, dont go for the Halo stuff.

    The latest COD map pack (or, the zombie mode anyway) looks pretty fun.

    But the Gears stuff definately seems like the best value for money in terms of sheer amount of content given.
     

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