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Battlefield 2: Modern Combat Xbox 360 Review
30 May 2010
Excerpt: We’re at a stage now where every Xbox 360 release is weighted with tons of anticipation. We’re all excited about what the 360 is truly capable of and expect each release to give us more insight than the last title.
Excerpt: While Battlefield 2: Modern Combat doesn’t push the 360’s hardware to the extremes, the graphics in EA’s latest first person shooter are certainly worth noting. The environments all look great, and the player models shine in the same manner.
Conclusion: As I mentioned before, this is one hell of a great looking game. The player models look strikingly similar to their real-life counterparts (although there are a few creepy exceptions), and the animations are greatly improved over last year’s title.
Conclusion: Overall Battlefield 2: Modern Combat is a solid FPS, which will offer enjoyment mainly to people who’ve not played the last-gen version. The game’s shown little graphical improvement since then, and I would like to see more from EA to make their games that extra bit special. Top Game Moment:
Excerpt: Developer – Digital Illusions (DICE) Publisher - Electronic Arts Features 1-24 Players Online Leaderboards EDTV 480p Support HDTV 720p Support HDTV 1080i Support Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround The Battlefield franchise continues with the latest instalment titled Battlefield 2: Modern Combat.
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.
Summary: I am going to play this on Xbox Live to death. Call of Duty 2 didn't fill that void and neither did Perfect Dark Zero. Battlefield 2 is perfect to hold me over until the new maps CoD2 and PDZ draw me back in.
Excerpt: Battlefield 2: Modern Combat makes its way onto Xbox 360 with next-generation graphics that will have you diving for cover when you see that enemy tank heading in your direction. There are all-new maps - 16 including three Xbox Live maps - taking you to such wonderful wartorn places as the Middle...
Summary: Battlefield 2: Modern Combat is a solid first-person-shooter that delivers a fun single player experience and some of the best Xbox Live play around. It isn’t as big or as polished as the PC Battlefield games, but there is a lot to like here which makes Battlefield 2 worth owning for shooter fans.