[bf1942] Gamespy IDs

Dave Snodgrass packtloss at gmail.com
Wed Jun 15 14:30:23 EDT 2005

Very. Thats why i asked :P

Any gamespy nerds listening? :)

On 6/15/05, Joe <sechon at blackmud.com> wrote:
> From what I've seen and read, you can use your gamespy registered email to
> register a bf2 account, but gamespy accounts do not work in bf2. However,
> bf2 accounts work over at gamespy. I'm not quite sure how that's working,
> because I picked a name "eggs" that I know was already taken @ gamespy. What
> happens if there's already an eggs on gamespy, and I try to login (or he
> logs in)? Confused yet?? :)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dave Snodgrass [mailto:packtloss at gmail.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, June 15, 2005 1:14 PM
> To: bf1942 at icculus.org
> Subject: [bf1942] Gamespy IDs
> Quick query, to see if anyone has any further info:
> I've always been 'packetloss' when it comes to mods and games - When i
> went to make my bf2 profile, packetloss was unavailble (As were
> several derivatives) and i ended up with 'Packetloss31337'. Now,
> today, i've logged into fileplanet, and noticed that where i can pick
> my login profile, 'Packetloss31337' is listed there. (As is my
> standard packetloss). That said - Anyone know if that means gamespy
> ids == bf2 ids, further limiting the available name pools? Or are
> these simply aliases tied to my gamespy email address? Does this mean
> i can delete 'packetloss' in gamespy, then create a new 'packetloss'
> name in bf2? :)

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