Summary: Battlefield 3 fans? Sure, you might like this. Other fans of modern military fiction? Probably not. Plus defining military jargon mid-narrative really broke up the reading experience. Apparently, they were not sure who their audience was supposed to be.
Excerpt: I'm probably the last person to figure this out, but I think I've finally wrapped my head around what makes the Battlefield games work so well. It isn't the guns, or the tanks and helicopters, or the leveling up, or the graphics engine, or the classes, or even the players.
Conclusion: [wpcol_1half id=”” class=”” style=””]Finally the time has come! I get to play one of the games I’ve been most looking forward to getting my grubby little mitts on this year. Since hearing that Battlefield 3 ‘may be a possibility’ back in May 2009, I twiddled my thumbs anxiously waiting for a trailer...
Excerpt: The first person shooter series I’ve probably spent the most time with is Battlefield (other personal time sinks on the shooter front include Wolfenstein 3-D, Quake,Counter-Strike, Unreal Tournament, and Enemy Territory: Quake Wars).
Excerpt: Battlefield 3 Review Publisher: EA Platform: PC , Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 UK Price (as reviewed): £30 (inc VAT) US Price (as reviewed): $59.95 (ex tax) After months of speculation, tech demos, beta tests, controversy over Origin and teaser trailer after teaser trailer, Battlefield 3 is finally here.