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Battlefield 3

Battlefield 3

Ladies and Gents, the game review you’ve all been waiting for, for such a long time has now finally come. In this review we shall put Battlefield 3 under our scope and let you know about all the ins and outs for this alleged “Game of the Year” (see our best Xbox 360 games in 2011).

 All though we know that everyone buys any Battlefield 3 game just to play online, in Battlefield 3 the Single Player mode has been made to perfection in order to make the package complete. Battlefield 3 is one of those games where you’d feel so proud of investing in a proper graphics card and play this game. The designers have put their priorities on making the game feel like you are in a war by having spectacular visuals like bullet holes from the bullets you fire anywhere, having some amazing explosions when you decide to blow up some barrels and eye blinding sunshine whenever you decide to run out to meet the enemy. This couldn’t be completed when there’s no sound, so naturally, this has been done to the fullest as well.

 (Note** People, when you are running this game on any less than optimal, no worries, it still rocks!)

 What we do have to mention is that BF3 runs on the FrostBite engine which has its kinks here and there, like floating enemies or enemies getting stuck between a door/stairs at times, but nothing too serious for the game to be awkward.


Now, let’s move on to Battlefield 3’s Multiplayer Mode.

 Your online records are tracked by and shown to you at any moment. There are a ton of unlockables and including new guns, armour, attachments other tactical gear and so much more. You can create each of your four soldiers with the layout you pick. You have choice out of Healing, Resupplying, Repairing and Protecting soldiers, combining these with the ultimate load out and winning any war you want. There is also a co-op single player that grasps only a little and of the main storyline but is none the less a lot of fun to play. There is however an end to all this fun, because the multiplayer co-op lasts for 6 levels only…

When playing online there are like any other game, a couple of game modes which makes the whole experience more than worth it. There are Rush and capture the flag modes where parts of the map (9 maps in total) are opened up which will lead to ginormous maps which can’t be seen in one go. On the other hand we have the Deathmatch mode where maps are a lot smaller and making the game feel completely different.

 All and all, when we look at this game, we can put it in our top list of 1st person shooters this year. You are able to play Battlefield 3 online and offline by yourself and with the co-op mode you can the short but most enjoyable game together on the PS3, Xbox360 and also PC.

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