Excerpt: Teambased shooters with large maps and vehicles/aircrafts really started to interest me starting from PlanetSide. Tribes came before my online gaming career, I stopped playing Operation Flashpoint and Tribes 2 (perhaps too) soon and Battlefield 1942 was a no go on a non-T&L chipset at the time.
Conclusion: The Incredible Hulk for the Xbox 360 and the PS3 is a decent middle-of-the-road game. While it does have some very fun parts, including interesting action, and significant entertainment value in destroying massive skyscrapers and notable landmarks, the fun of these acts is reduced to rubble when you...
Excerpt: Date: 8/26/2005 Battlefield 2 is the sequel to Battlefield 1942, but it is not called “Battlefield 1943” because “1942” referred to a year and not the nearly two thousandth iteration of the game.
Excerpt: Battlefield 2 has been eagerly anticipated for over a year now, ever since the powerhouse of Electronic Arts graced us with Battlefield: Vietnam . While the latter title was a bit of a disappointment for original BF: 1942 fans, the outlook was grand for the modern BF2 experience.
Excerpt: Developed by Digital Illusions, Battlefield 2 is the sequel to the highly successful Battlefield 1942 and Battlefield: Vietnam. Whereas the Vietnam game was developed by DICE Canada, Battlefield 2 is the home-brewed product of the original Swedish team.
Summary: Parents need to know that while countless players die repeated (bloodless) deaths in this war game, BATTLEFIELD 2 also features highly developed cooperative play via online multiplayer support .
Excerpt: A few years ago, a little something called Battlefield 1942 invaded our PCs with massive multiplayer online warfare. With fighter planes, boats, jeeps and tanks, it was a hit. However, due to the sheer size of the game and the world, most of the focus was on the graphical aspects.
Excerpt: To this day a favourite book of mine is Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness . Not so much for its prose, although I don’t think it’s as convoluted as some people do. No, to me it just seems to be a much more accurate representation of how the world operates than those stories that proclaim “the...