Reviews and Problems with Battlefield 2: Modern Combat
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Battlefield 2: Modern Combat
1 June 2012
Excerpt: If you’ve got a PC and are looking for a Battlefield-experience on your favorite console, this being the PS2, then Battlefield 2: Modern Combat seems the logical choice. Don’t be mistaken though, as both games have a lot of differences and on top of that, the console version doesn’t come close to...
Excerpt: The Battlefield series on the PC pretty much does what most men want from a video game. It lets you play a soldier, armed with a load of guns, grenades and gadgets, and then throws in a load of army vehicles.
Conclusion: It may have a few offline problems, but this is one of the best online shooters the PS2 has ever seen, perfectly distilling the experience of the PC game and reformatting it into something that feels like a console game.
Excerpt: Battlefield 2: Modern Combat is actually the first game in the Battlefield series to be released on consoles, and it's not actually the same game as Battlefield 2 on the PC; so if you're confused about the name, it's ok.
Summary: Battlefield 2: Modern Combat features large and detailed environments, from city streets to remote forests, in some of the globe's most notorious hot spots, allowing players to engage in multiplayer battles that could be ripped straight from tomorrow's headlines.
Conclusion: Overall, Battlefield 2: Modern Combat has made a decent first effort in bringing the Battlefield experience to consoles. All the necessary elements are there to make a great shooter--superficially at least--like infantry and vehicles together in large-scale, combined-arms battles.
Pros: Hot-swapping adds a fun dynamic to the gameplay, Lots of vehicles and weapons to play around with, Varied campaign, 24-player online multiplayer.
Cons: Arcade, shooting gallery-like feel, Vehicles don't control well, Presentation somewhat disappointing, Enemies spawn on top of you in single-player.
Conclusion: Battlefield 2 Modern Combat propose une expérience différente du jeu sur PC certes mais il réussit à s’adapter sans problème au format console de salon. Une réalisation honorable et un mode solo qui justifient amplement ce retard font de ce titre un bon jeu, par contre si vous ne comptez pas jouer...