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    Alienware Game Server - Call of Duty

    The Alienware Gaming Server is now featuring the epic WWII first person shooter, Call of Duty.

    Server Information
    To join the Alienware Gaming Server, simply select the server from the server list in multiplayer mode. The server will be listed as "Alienware" and will appear near the top of the list. Please make sure that you have the latest patch installed (if available) before entering the server.

    Game Information
    Developed by Infinity Ward--a newly formed studio including 22 of the individuals, and all of the production leads, who developed the PC title Medal of Honor: Allied Assault™.

    Call of Duty™ delivers the gritty realism and cinematic intensity of World War II's epic battlefield moments like never before - through the eyes of citizen soldiers and unsung heroes from an alliance of countries who together helped shape the course of modern history.

    Play through the chaos of battle as part of a well-trained squad, that lays down covering fire and pulls its wounded to safety. In addition to authentic squad movements and tactics, each soldier's distinct personality and training comes out on the battlefield.

    -aurora

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    The Audio Guy gsferrari's Avatar
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    Is there some kind of password protection aurora? I sure hope there is!! :eek:
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    It wasn't hidden in a secret area on the Alienware website. Maby Alienware will put up more gaming servers. They usually have some da*n good servers.

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    The Audio Guy gsferrari's Avatar
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    If its out in the open then expect a lot of creepies to join in and spoil the fun.
    It always happens...when we used to play over our lan in university we never used password protection because we wanted as many students as possible to join in. We put up fliers to this effect. Come game-day and there were people with names like USF sucks and stuff like that who resorted to Tking and other undesirable activities. We did manage to kick them out but we wasted a lot of time and the genuine players were pretty frustrated with the whole thing. Needless to say - password protection was used in the future although the password was put up on the fliers as well...:rolleyes:
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    are there any mods, or planned mods for call of duty yet?
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