Summary: The campaign is not much more than training for the online game. It will give you missions that force you to use all of the various weapons & vehicles. This is one of the best ways to learn how to master BF2. I played the campaign for a few missions to get used to the controls & then jumped online.
Summary: Any kid who wants to get a first person shooting game should deffinatly buy this, especially if your perants are strict about blood and gore, this game has none and is exremely challenging, while fun at the same time, i would deffinatly recomend this to anyone new to shooting games.
Conclusion: It's a really, really fun game, whether you're playing online or alone. Whether trying to complete the Campaign story, challenges, or working on getting promoted, there's plenty to do solo. It's great to be able to go back and re-play old missions and try to better your score, or take on that old challenge that's stymied you for years, then compare your score to your brother's and rub it in his face!
Pros: My brother and I enjoyed the 360 demo for this game so much, that we rushed out and purchased the full version for XBOX... while graphically the 360 version is far superior, the quality of the game shines through even on regular old XBOX.
Cons: Small gripe, but I didn't like that the story in Campaign mode required the player to switch back and forth from mission to mission on both the China and US sides. One moment, you're fighting for America, and the next, you're fighting against America. It was an interesting idea, but you feel like you're not making any headway in the story when you're basically harming your future team with each successful mission.
Summary: Online multiplayer is great. Multiple classes to play, love the choppers! Solo missions not so great, definitely could have spent a little more time on that. And where's the split screen seems no games have it anymore, NOT all my friends have an Xbox cmon I miss chillin with my friends in person not across town.
Excellent online play makes up for uninspired single-player campaign
Liquid Identity "OCW", Amazon
2 March 2009
Summary: Battlefield 2:MC offers two very distinct types of gameplay: single-player offline and online multiplayer. The single-player campaign component comes across as very weak and the missions are very structured. There is very little room to deviate from the planned path, although the entire levels are wide open. Enemy AI ranges from insanely difficult to incredibly easy... sometimes both found on the same mission. This leads to a frustrating experience.
Summary: I downloaded the original demo off XBox live. The demo gave you three maps and was multi player only. When I bought the game I played the single player mode but wasn't really thrilled about it. However the multiplayer mode on XBox live has no equal. The game is basically Halo style with modern day solders. Tons of fun and pure anarchy while playing with others.
Summary: I'm a huge Battlefield fan, so naturally I'm drawn to this game. In short, the game is fun. While the simgle player will have you jumping from faction to faction in a range of different mission types, the multiplayer portion of the game balances out online mayhem with tactical weapons and vehicles.
Summary: The story line in this one is a good length and can take a bit of time to get all the achievements in the levels and so on. I like how you get rank for doing the levels right and making all the objectives as well as keeping your men going. I like how you can switch between the members of you team in the game play so you can do different thing and have access to different weapons and so on.