Summary: Ok, I'm a soldier that returned from Iraq several months ago and some boys in my platoon wanted to get a game we could all play together. So I decided im going to buy a sweet machine from alienware and I did just that. FX-55 processor, 2 gigs of ram, 7800 GTX SLI video cards, the whole shabang...
Summary: Ok first off let me state that this game is one of the richest and most complete gaming experiences i have ever had on any console ever. This game is bf1942+beautiful graphics+awesome sound+better gameplay=Amazing experience.
Summary: Battlefield 2 is obviously getting a bit out of date now, but it's still an enjoyable game, and for only £4, it's definitely worth the money, if only to see what Battlefield 3 might be like. I liked it, although it does get frustrating on Expert level how easily you get killed.
Summary: The seller of the game was very good and with the fast shipping was excellent. As for the game i was looking for more of a single player game. But as far as the game it is great for multi-player.
Summary: The naure of the game does not change very much and it is dependant upon the quailty and maturity of the players that you are playing with. Sometimes it is very good and others it can be a waste of time.
Summary: Most people who have played battlefield 1942 will be interested in this one as it is basically the same game just with much improved graphics and set in the modern theatre of war, the following paragraph is for those who don't know what this type of game is about: There is a vast map with flags...
Summary: Battlefield 2 is evolutionary rather than revolutionary. At its heart is a much-improved engine over Battlefield 1942 and BF:Vietnam, but there is a lot about the game that still feels half-finished, not least the gameplay. It would be easy to categorise BF 2 as a first-person shooter.