Battlefield Bad Company 2: Vietnam – Console Game Review
16 February 2011
Excerpt: EA and DICE return to the battlefield with an explosive update and unique downloadable content in the closing year’s most anticipated release for the studio. Hanging off the side of the Huey attack helicopter, you gaze down below at the scurrying Vietnamese soldiers who, unable to shoot you down,...
Pros: An intuitive squad-based shooter. Gorgeous graphics and a sound to match, an instant favourite to challenge the established king of FPS Call of Duty.
Cons: Accessible only to those who wish to work with others – this isnt your average ‘frag-fest’.
Conclusion: It's only right that the best online first person shooter of 2010 is rewarded with the best DLC package of 2010. DICE has once again unleashed a superbly executed entry in the Battlefield franchise that provides Bad Company 2 with a well deserved new lease of life.
Conclusion: BC2 Vietnam has suffered from some problems with its stat tracking. Player ranks and statistics haven't always been accurate, though this is a mild annoyance, considering how much less important player progression and unlocks are to the overall experience when compared to the original release.
Pros: Closer combat makes for more thrills, Top-notch maps with plenty of choke points, Awesome atmosphere, Good new weapons and vehicles.
Cons: Some online stat-tracking problems, Less emphasis on player progression.
Excerpt: The original Battlefield: Bad Company was one part an enjoyable campaign and one part an excellent multiplayer game, although it certainly wasn’t perfect. The campaign was blighted by player deaths that were handled as simple respawns, and the multiplayer was initially limited to a single mode.
Conclusion: Seriously, if you like killing people (and these days who doesn't?) you need to play this. Just don't think that, if you don't already own a copy of Bad Company 2, you can easily find a reasonably priced second-hand copy.
Excerpt: Neue Waffen, neue Maps und ein neues Szenario: Das Battlefield-Inferno zieht um in die grüne Hölle Vietnams und verspricht ein komplett neues und doch gewohntes Spielerlebnis für die Fans des letzten Battlefield-Bad-Company-Titels.
Pros: Intensives Online-Spiel, Typischer BFBC2-Spass bleibt erhalten, Radio im Fahrzeug, Flammenwerfer