Reviews and Problems with Battlefield: Bad Company 2
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Yeah, I Was In The Shit
7 January 2011
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.
Conclusion: For the price of some very good standalone PSN games, you can purchase a separate mode that is fun in it's own right. What ultimately detracts from Onslaught is its disconnect the proper multiplayer. Knowing this, any fan of the game should consider it.
Excerpt: released in late 2009, it quite easily became the ultimate offering to gamers looking for a multiplatform online multiplayer shooter that would provide long-term satisfaction, with its exhaustive series of upgrades and unlocks wrapped up in the refined, battle-tested gameplay developer Infinity Ward...
Summary: Battlefield: Bad Company 2 builds on the surprisingly destructible terrain of the first game to deliver a strongly online-driven sequel. The campaign isn't the meatiest, but the strong multiplayer will keep you coming back for more and more.
Pros: Greatly improved destruction and level design, Bullets now penetrate walls, changing play dynamics, Vast unlock/reward system keeps multiplayer interesting
Cons: Campaign feels anemic, AI enemies lack some killer instinct., Still stuck talking to squad only if in an online squad
Summary: For the longest time the Battlefield games were the king of the large-scale multiplayer market. For gamers wanting to slug it out, they were simply the go to choice. Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is still a true game of the series at its heart, but it would seem that its status as the reigning champ of...
Excerpt: There’s nothing better than watching a couple of campers blend in with the ruble of a building as you sabotage it, to blitz with an RPG or a charger. There’s never a dull moment in Bad Company 2, with the Frostbite Engine’s Destruction 2.0 whole buildings and objects in the gaming environment can be...