Summary: Battlefield 4, after all, isn’t about getting your $60 today and moving you along PT Barnum–style. No, it’s about getting your $60 today, and another $50 for the DLC, plus $28 for all of the weapon-unlock packs—right up until Battlefield 5 comes along. Call us suckers, but we’ll probably be there too, lined up with our 60 bucks in hand.
Pros: Immense fun; beautiful graphics and water effects.
Cons: Enough bugs to qualify for a Starship Troopers sequel.
Conclusion: After breezing through campaign mode and wondering why you bought this game, you'll come to realize that a great online multiplayer experience is the only way to enjoy Battlefield 4. Massive battles on land, sea, and air will keep you coming back for more combat-based thrills.
Pros: Destructible environments. Realistic weather effects. Up to 64 players in online multiplayer modes. Detailed and realistic graphics and sound create a visceral, dramatic experience.
Cons: Short single player campaign mode. Some multiplayer maps aren't fun due to the poor placement of cover and capture points.
Summary: Battlefield 4 is a great game in the same way that you might consider The Expendables or Rambo (IV) to be great movies. This game tries to be the greatest blockbuster that ever was and while it does fall considerably short of that lofty goal, it's a blockbuster nonetheless and one that, despite its many flaws, you will want to experience.
Pros: An audio-visual extravaganza, Spectacular set-pieces, Commander mode
Summary: The most fun I've ever had in a Battlefield game was in 2010's Battlefield: Bad Company 2 . That's not to say it's the best title in the series or anything like that, mind you -- just that it arrived at the right time for me and offered a level of environmental destruction I found easy to fall in love with. If I'm allowed to blow open the side of a building and get the jump on an enemy, I'm going to do that. Over and over again. There doesn't even need to be an enemy.
Conclusion: Without a doubt, Battlefield 4 ’s greatness lies within multiplayer and those willing to invest their time towards unlocking content and engaging in Assignments and Missions are going to get the most fun out of the experience. With gorgeous visuals, small and large scale destructible environments, character progression, a wealth of unlocks and engaging team based gameplay, multiplayer will prove to be a lively experience for months to come.
Battlefield 4 raises the bar for multiplayer warfare
20 October 2013
Summary: It’s frustrating to see the same developer who gave us the decent campaigns of the Bad Company games continue to fall flat with the story modes in the core titles. But while it feels as if DICE is standing still while the industry passes them by in terms of single-player experiences, they continue to innovate and raise the bar for multiplayer warfare.
Pros: Standard-setting visual and audio fidelity, Best squad-based multiplayer warfare around
Cons: Single-player campaign falls flat, Several bugs at launch
Análisis de los cascos Razer BlackShark de Battlefield 4
4 March 2014
Excerpt: Ya sabéis que Razer nos ha pasado su gama de productos oficiales para Battlefield 4 . Hoy me toca hablaros de los Razer BlackShark , unos cascos de los cuales ya os hemos hablado en AKB con anterioridad. Como ya analizamos estos cascos en su día os voy a dejar un pequeño resumen de mis impresiones en aquella ocasión que no han cambiado en absoluto.