Reviews and Problems with Battlefield: Bad Company 2
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Battlefield: Bad Company 2
8 June 2012
Excerpt: Haggard, Sweetwater, Marlow and Sarge, the group of hoodlums from Battlefield: Bad Company are back in a new sequel. DICE tries to tighten things up from the first part and injects the multiplayer with some innovations so the game earns a place next to other military shooters.
Excerpt: The eagerly anticipated Back to Karkand DLC for Battlefield 3 has arrived for the PS3 (reviewed), PC and XBox 360 that not only pays homage to the classic Battlefield 2 maps but cements this version as the definitive one.
Conclusion: A nice diversion that breathes new life into an older title, certainly worth the $15 asking price for those still playing regularly. It is a shame they didn't at least dabble with taking the levels out of the jungle and into the city though.
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.
Excerpt: There are a lot of multiplayer shooters on the PS3. Some feature better toys or the ability to allow the population of small countries to play at once, but none are quite as well-polished or finely crafted as Battlefield: Bad Company 2 . Bad Company 2 is the nuclear option for game expectations.
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Conclusion: Ultimately, Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is one of the best FPS titles currently available. Single-player might not be exceptionally heavyweight, but it manages to mostly push all the right buttons.
Excerpt: It’s fair to say that that my PS3 and Battlefield: Bad Company 2 disc are very well acquainted by now, having spent the better part of three months together. No other game has provided me with such ample amounts of entertainment so far this year, and, as a result, an inhumane number of hours of my...
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