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.
Conclusion: Battlefield 3 is exactly what Battlefield fans most likely wanted: a chaotic, gorgeous multiplayer game with small, but important tweaks to what already worked in past games. That it includes a short, somewhat mediocre solo campaign and some hit-or-miss co-op action does not detract from the fact...
Excerpt: In the world of military shooters, there are few franchises that really set the bar and attract a devout following from game to game. Battlefield is one of these veterans of the genre, known for large maps allowing numerous tactics, large-scale destruction, and a plethora of vehicles.
Battlefield 3 Console Review: Smaller Maps, But Still Elite
26 October 2011
Conclusion: Concept: Improve the long-running series with its best campaign to date and the fantastic Frostbite 2 engine
Graphics: Though it doesn't look as good as the PC version, it's still one of the better looking console games
Sound: A subtle score and unrivaled audio design complement the already-intense...
Review: DICE Builds The Best Shooter of 2011, Then Lets You Blow It Up in "Battlefield 3"
25 October 2011
Excerpt: If you are a company trying to build a team-oriented multiplayer first person shooter, stop it. DICE has won: in Battlefield 3 , they have created the definitive online shooter of 2011. Look upon DICE’s works, ye mighty, and despair.