Conclusion: Armored Kill brings some pretty fantastic maps to the BF3 universe. Those maps alone make this worth the price of admission. The addition of Tank Superiority and new vehicles only sweetens the deal. Armored Kill is certainly another well-placed notch in the BF3 belt.
Conclusion: Modern day conflicts are raging both in the real world and on our consoles. We have come a long way with graphics and sound design that the immersion in these games is getting more intense and advanced. The conflicts that are portrayed in Battlefield 3 look pretty close to the ones that are taking place this very minute on the other side of the world with the same kind of soldiers going through nightmarish scenarios and experiencing the horrors of war as you do in the...
Summary: is a must buy if you’re looking for a more realistic first person shooter experience. The battles are long and take place over vast lands, and require careful planning and teamwork not found in any other game. Unfortunately, the single player effort leaves a lot to be desired, and is not worth the purchase if that’s your main motivator. As a complete package, however,
manages to not only live up to the hype, but be well worth the purchase.
Excerpt: Step aside Call of Duty - there's a new sheriff in town. Battlefield 3 launched to an enormous marketing campaign blitz blanket televisions and websites with $50 million worth of ads. On display was a game that looked extremely promising with its awe-inspiring graphics and fast-paced action. The good news is that the game lives up to expectations, perhaps even surpassing them.
Excerpt: Battlefield 3 or BF3 is another one of 2011's most anticipated games and EA have definitely done their homework in order to rev up the gaming audience such as online trailers to TV and movie campaigns. Upping the ante from previous games, BF3 is an amazing experience that contains a decent single-player campaign and some lush multiplayer gaming in this "almost" definitive first person shooter experience for the PlayStation 3. Multiplayer is truly amazing...
Conclusion: You don't want to miss this one. Once the patches roll in and clear up the issues we'll have something truly special here. I'm giving DICE the benefit of the doubt with some problems because I think they'll be cleared up in the not-too-distant future.
Excerpt: There was no way of knowing the kinds of chaos that would rock the world that day. There was no way I could have predicted how much trouble I was about to get myself into. It all started with a search and rescue mission in Iraq – dangerous, but nothing our squad couldn’t handle. Rushing through the sun-bleached streets and shadowy alleyways we approached our target… and then it happened: Chaffin was struck down by sniper fire.
Conclusion: There's a lot to love about this game, and not a lot to criticize. It's a wonderful experience that brings online and offline intensity to an entirely new level. DICE and EA did a great job with Battlefield 3 and I hope they continue this trend for the next game.
Excerpt: ’s market share. The PC footage we saw earlier this year blew us out of our chairs. And now that it’s here, shooter fans everywhere are prepared for a groundbreaking experience. Well, the multiplayer, despite a few technical issues I’m assuming will be fixed presently, stands out in a number of different ways, and the campaign is super intense. It just falls a little shy of the, “damn, this is some next-level sh**!” that I had expected.