Battlefield Bad Company 2: Vietnam Expansion Review
26 January 2011
Excerpt: The Battlefield Bad Company 2 Vietnam Expansion is a pretty large expansion and well worth the $15. You get more maps, weapons, driveables/flyables, but it’s fits into the BC2 seperately. So it’s almost like a different game as well. The unlocks and weapons you get in BC2 Vietnam are different, but you can still unlock Game wide weapons and extras as well which is pretty cool.
Excerpt: It's been a weird year for first person shooters. With the success of Infinity Ward's Modern Warfare 2 , the release of EA's Battlefield Bad Company 2 in March was a little iffy. Despite its more team-focused online play, large maps, and solid vehicle-based action, this title never really got the attention it deserved.
Excerpt: I recently got to play the newest installment of BFBC2 (Battlefield Bad Company 2), since 2 am this morning. For 14.95 you get a brand new multiplayer experience, no campaign modes comes with it, but …
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Unleashes a New Flamethrower
8 November 2010
Excerpt: Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is the latest release from EA and is based on the war in Viet Nam. This expansion pack is full of all of the period weapons that would actually be used during that time and war. The most talked about weapon in this expansion pack is ...
Conclusion: Globalement, les graphismes de Bad Company 2 sont très bons. Le titre arbore malheureusement des textures tantôt précises tantôt imprécises. DICE a du faire de logiques concessions afin que les consoles puissent digérer entièrement le concept et éviter de présenter des saccades. Mais la beauté des environnements et des explosions force le respect. Au niveau acoustique, Modern Warfare 2 avait placé la barre haute, très haute même.
Pros: Les véhicules, Le multi-joueurs, L'univers sonore, La destructibilité, Le réalisme militaire, L'humour des coéquipiers, Les environnements beaux et larges
Cons: Scénario basique, Campagne solo courte, Faible nombre d'armes, Nombre de cartes limité, Système de respawn perfectible
Excerpt: It's no secret that EA wants its own Modern Warfare, but in recent years the mega publisher has struggled to put together a game that can shift units in numbers even approaching what Activision's series has. In DICE, the Swedish studio behind the Battlefield series, EA has a development team more than up to the job, and its latest effort, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, is without a doubt the best modern combat FPS the publisher has ever produced.
Excerpt: The briefing screen to Phu Bai Valley, one of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam's five new maps, informs that the all-important mission objective is for US forces to stop NVA rice shipments. There's even a liberal sprinkling of propaganda, as the American announcer declares that these actions won't damage the food supplies of the civilian population. Ha!