Excerpt: In comparison to its competitors, most notably Call of Duty , the Battlefield franchise has been synonymous for spacious, yet action-packed maps that allow for vehicular combat within large quarters.
Excerpt: EA and DICE where proud parents to send over code to check out Close Quarters, the new DLC for the Battlefield 3 franchise. After playing around with the game and the modes and battling through the different maps, I say proud they should be.
Excerpt: In late 2011, the clash of two major FPS (First Person Shooter) franchises shook up the shooter market. The intense competition for the best FPS title was culminated by the publisher of the Battlefield (BF) franchise, as Electronic Arts (EA) had increased the stakes at which it would attempt to...
Excerpt: It’s an odd piece of DLC for the Battlefield games; one that rips out everything that sets Battlefield apart from other first-person shooters - the huge maps, the vehicles, the vast draw distances,
Conclusion: If I was forced to rank the expansions greatest to worst, Aftermath would be at the top just inching out Back to Karkand . The variability this expansion brings is stunning and makes for a rich gameplay experience through and through.
Conclusion: accelerate into the ground. Ejecting is an option but it's not one I've exercised that often. I heard from multiple gamers that jets are deadly in the right hands and with some coordination on the ground moreso. It speaks to the problem with Battlefield 3's multiplayer in the early days.
Excerpt: The idea behind Battlefield 3 was to go back to basics with the Battlefield franchise and to create a true sequel to Battlefield 2 . The end product is a game that looks as good as Crysis 2 , with a single player campaign that plays out like a Michael Bay blockbuster feature film and has the...
Pros: By far the best looking military shooter on the PC ever! A worthy sequel and an ideally defining game to relaunch the Battlefield franchise with on the PC. True 64-player online multiplayer military shooter gaming on the PC has never been better thanks to Battlefield 3 .
Cons: Single player campaign is for looks and only sets the stage, coop also seems like an after thought, not to mention that the jets and helicopters seem pointless in execution. Trying to turn the game interface into a Facebook-like interface with Battlelog was totally unnecessary.
Excerpt: In all the hubbub about Premium subscriptions, week-long exclusivities and internet-fuelled EA bashing, it's easy to forget there's an actual expansion pack out for Battlefield 3. And with over 15 million players having shot-and-spot their way through the game last October, that's a hell of a lot of...