Battlefield 3 (Xbox 360)
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- Platform: Xbox 360
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard
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Feel The Battle. This autumn, prepare to feel the most physical shooter ever created, powered by the all-new Frostbite 2 gaming engine.
Battlefield 3 leaps ahead of the competition with the power of Frostbite 2, the next installment of DICE’s cutting-edge game engine. This state-of-the-art technology is the foundation on which Battlefield 3 is built, delivering superior visual quality, a grand sense of scale, massive destruction, dynamic audio and incredibly lifelike character animations. As bullets whiz by, walls crumble, and explosions throw you to the ground, the battlefield feels more alive and interactive than ever before. In Battlefield 3, players step into the role of the elite U.S. Marines where they will experience heart-pounding single player missions and competitive multiplayer actions ranging across diverse locations from around the globe including Paris, Tehran and New York.
- Frostbite 2 - Battlefield 3 introduces Frostbite 2, the incredible technology that takes animation, destruction, lighting, scale and audio to new heights. Built upon this powerful game engine, Battlefield 3 immerses players physically and emotionally to the world around them like never before.
- Feel the Battle - Feel the impact of bullets and explosions, drag your fallen comrades into safety, and mount your weapon on almost any part of the terrain. Battlefield 3’s cutting edge animation, spectacular visuals and real as hell battle gameplay attack your senses and make you feel the visceral warriors experience like no other FPS.
- Unparalleled Vehicle Warfare - The best online vehicle warfare experience gets even better with a fitting sonic boom as fighter jets headline impressive lineup of land, air and sea vehicles.
- Urban Combat - Take the fight to iconic and unexpected places in the USA, Middle East, and Europe including claustrophobic streets, metropolitan downtowns, and open, vehicle-friendly landscapes as you fight your way through the war of tomorrow.
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The action is exhilerating, and the massive arsenal of guns look really detailed. You can do a lot of stuff, like apart from getting squished on foot, get blown up in a tank.
You play as the US Marines, going around different places like Tehran in combat. The missions are creative as well, like capturing people as well as flattening everybody in sight.Battlefield 4 is also out. I do not have it but from all I have seen it looks identical to Battlefield 3. This is probably the most realistic and best shooter for the 7th generation of gaming, as new games will not be developed for the Xbox 360 and PS3, the developers are trying to put their games in the spotlight by developing them for the Xbox One and PS4. Quality games for this generation of gaming is very cheap and this is the most quality game, and I only got it from Tesco at £30.
I have no idea about the Multiplayer or Co-Op as it is not letting me access them even though I have an EA account :(
I am not the type of person who would buy a game,play it for a weekend and review it. I only review the terrible games and the exceptional games. Guess what category this falls in.
Thanks for reading my review, I hope I haven't waffled too much and congratulations if you have read to this point without saying "meh" and going onto another review! I hope I was informative, helped you and you have a marvellous day.
It turns out I personally don't care for Rush Mode, it is very similar to Demolition (not to be confused with Domination) from the COD series where you have an offense side trying to invade the enemy base and plant a bomb in 1 of 2 locations. This mode to me seems very partial to the defending side and I just don't care for it. This was the mode presented in the beta along with the party issues, the ridiculous damage (which was changed in the retail - you no longer die in 2 bullets), screen flicker, infantry only map, camping, etc. It is no wonder the beta made so many people sceptical of the finished game.
Now enter Conquest Mode, the bread and butter of real Battlefield roots. This is what Battlefield games are about. This is much more akin to (again) COD's Domination mode, although Conquest has been around much longer. You capture various flags across the maps and try to keep the enemy team from taking them. You have a set amount of points or tickets that slowly drop as the match progresses, the first team to reach zero loses. Once a flag is capped you can spawn in that area.Read more ›
Battlefield is a different beast.
Multiplayer is the arena where most players will spend most of their time, I haven't actually touched the campaign yet. Here are the things which have been most noticeable for me.
Firstly, teamwork. You can try and play the game like COD but that won't work. Constant streams of reward points flood in if you are doing your job right. Picture the scene; a fierce firefight for control of a flag - medics reviving downed players and laying down health packs, support gunners keeping enemy heads pinned down (the effect of a bullet narrowly missing your head is genuinely disorientating), engineers flaming rockets over your head into an tank, and snipers cracking shots into enemy melons from hundreds of metres away. The combined effect is immersive, loud and a bit scary. Just like war should be. (apart from the actual dying thing...)
Secondly, vehicles. These are genuine game-changers as opposed to pastimes. Just yesterday morning I faced the situation where my team were 2-1 down in terms of controlled flags of a map. So I jumped in a chopper with two other guys, cruised over to a contested flag and was having a dogfight with another helicopter as my teammates were parachuting out to secure the flag. No microphones involved, people just work together. And who doesn't want to fly a fighter jet?
Finally, it's not COD. Call of Duty have over the years produced some great games.Read more ›