Summary: This is the first and only Battefield I owned for PC, and while I had it I wasn't disappointed. This game was very refreshing because unlike shooters in the past you could really take advantage of and use vehicles.
Summary: BATTLEFIELD 1942: Back in 2002 this is one of the most realistic game I've ever played. Not even Medal of Honor could beat it. I think this is the main inspiration of UT2004's Onslaught mode. I really liked it. So here's BF1942. The gameplay isn't like any of FPS games out there.
Summary: You can play individually, through a local network with multiple players, or through the internet with many players. A copy is needed for each player. Unfortunately, the game is quite old now.
Summary: This one is slightly different in play mode. The one big thing is if you are shot you are a goner...no second chances and it plays more like a sniper game in other words you really really have to sneak up on folks and make sure you aren't targeted..
Summary: Battlefield: The Complete Collection is what I would call bang for the buck. For the price of a mediocre meal at a third-rate restaurant, you get four different versions of the game voted "Best of 2002.
Summary: This game should be in every hardcore gamer's collection. While dated, it doesn't detract from what a brilliant game engine and revolutionary approach Battlefield 1942 introduced to the FPS genre.
Summary: I remember playing this game a while back, around when it first came out. I remember I thoroughly enjoyed it but for one reason or another I stopped playing it and I lost it. I decided to try it again and I'm glad I did! The game is highly customizable with a number of mods to try.
Summary: From the other reviews, it's obvious that the real strength of this game lies in its multiplayer mode. Nonetheless, I bought it with the intention of playing it in a single player mode. For a stinkin' $10 you get BF1942, plus the two expansion packs and BF Vietnam with the WWII mod.
Summary: I don't need to re-review the greatness of Battlefield 1942, with its engrossing and varied gameplay, and of course all the odd quirks. I just want to mention that this is paradoxically both the greatest collection of BF 1942 games in one package (Vietnam included), and the most infuriatingly sloppy...