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Electronic Arts

Battlefield Bad Company 2 - PC

Electronic Arts

Battlefield Bad Company 2 - PC

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  • Destruction 2.0. Take down entire buildings, create firepoints in cover or blow it up entirely! In Battlefield Bad Company there will be no place to hide!
  • Ultimate Online Vehicle Warfare! 15 land, sea and air vehicles, each with a tactical advantage during play. Race into action with the ATV or rain death from above in the UH-60 transport helicopter with its 2 side-mounted rail guns
  • 8 Huge Multiplayer Maps. Each with a different tactical and gameplay focus and set across a variety of environments
  • All-new Squad Gameplay. Team up with 3 other players and fight together to unlock special awards and achievements in 2 squad-specific game modes
  • 8 Huge Multiplayer Maps. Each with a different tactical and gameplay focus and set across a variety of environments
  • Ultimate Online Vehicle Warfare! 15 land, sea and air vehicles, each with a tactical advantage during play. Race into action with the ATV or rain death from above in the UH-60 transport helicopter with its 2 side-mounted rail guns
  • All-new Squad Gameplay. Team up with 3 other players and fight together to unlock special awards and achievements in 2 squad-specific game modes
  • Destruction 2.0. Take down entire buildings, create firepoints in cover or blow it up entirely! In Battlefield Bad Company 2 there will be no place to hide!
  • Play It Your Way experiment and refine your ideal combat style with 4 character classes (medic, assault, recon and engineer), 15000+ kit variations, 46 weapons (200 different customization opportunities), 15 gadgets and 13 character specializations.
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Wished I bought it earlierI had played the original Battlefield series and always enjoyed rampaging around in vehicles. I then got caught up in COD and didn't see the point in spending double and running in parallel FPS "realistic" warfare games. Since I am pretty cheap I usually roam around looking for the discounted "old" games when a series comes out with a new release. I kept noticing high marks for this game and thought it would be worth looking into. It sure was and I regret not making the buy earlier since the number of multiplayer servers is currently pretty low. The single player game was pretty decent in both storyline and gameplay. I kind of enjoyed not having a gigantic backpack filled with a zillion optional gizmos and gadgets that either meant you stopped all the time and sorted through them or you tried to ignore them. There wasn't a whole lot of second guessing regarding your loadout as compared to other warfare FPS games.The multiplayer rocks completely and since about half the players are all maxed out on experience from playing for years it is a decent challenge. The only drawback is when the opposing team is largely pros and your team is less so. Being completely dominated multiple times can be a bit depressing, especially when you turn around and find that half your team left the game ;-)I've not found the auto-balancing function to be very effective even though it may announce the teams will be rebalanced "very soon".Worth buying and playing while there are still servers up and running.4Fun, but many problems.Battlefield Bad Company 2, the first Battlefield game playable on PC and with an actual singleplayer campaign. In this game the memorable characters return from the first Bad Company, such as Sweetwater, Haggard and Redford.INSTALLATION:Good. No problems here.CAMPAIGN:The first mission takes place in World War II, whereas the rest is set in the present day. It's very slow and boring, not only does this level base itself off of something that never could have possibly happened in World War II, but the screen shakes maniacally whenever a loud alarm or a big explosion goes off. It's almost laughable when it happens. The rest of the missions have very beautiful environments, varying from snowy mountains, rain forests, deserts, urban, open areas with mountain surrounding them, and with autumn trees. in some places. The story itself is okay. But the part where the game's problems really appear is in the gameplay. Whenever an enemy has a shotgun, they can kill you at the range of a sniper rifle, and the enemies only try to kill you, instead of your teammates as well. They apparently also have x-ray vision, because no matter where you hide for cover they always know the exact spot your in. For example: If you try hiding in a house, every enemy will always know which room you're in, which corner you're hiding in, and which part of the wall to shoot. The cutscenes make it seem like an action movie, but with good characters. I won't try to spoil anything, but the final mission is surprisingly satisfying even though it isn't very long.MULTIPLAYER:I really can't say much about this, because playing it requires your email, what country you live in, and what your birthdate is. Most games don't require this much information to play online.EXTRAS:It comes with the free DLC Battlefield Bad Company 2: Vietnam, however, since this DLC is multiplayer-only, it needs the same information as said above.OVERALL:I expected better, but it doesn't deserve to be called a bad game. Hopefully if DICE ever figures out what fans loved about this game and they make Bad Company 3, they will improve on some of these features.3Modern Warfare 2 on Steriods... 1 Problem ThoughThis game is probably a MW2 killer with the awesome online play. Haven't even played the single player, but I am completely hooked on the MP content. 4 different game modes, 4 different class types makes for a lot of game play. There is a class for every type of player and all classes are generally balanced. Vehicles add to the game significantly making the game a lot more chaotic which is a better interpretation of a battle. Everything can be destroyed... again making it a better interpretation of war. Players are really bullet sponges... on hardcore its more accurate of a couple bullets bring a player down as opposed to half or a whole ammo clip on normal.The biggest flaw with the game isn't because of the creator, DICE, but the publisher... EA. Their EA server works only when it wants to and that is far and few in between. EA has a reputation of ruining awesome games on start and they didn't fail to keep that rep with this game.If you can get past the constant disconnects from EA server when trying to get on a server, and actually get to the gameplay online ITS FUN AS HELL!4Everything a PC shooter should be!I got this game recently and love it. I run windows 7, and I was pleased to find it installed and ran seamlessly. This game is well developed, there was not a single bug, and the AI is very realistic. Like most games these days, it is obviously developed for consoles and later adapted to PC. Usually I notice deficiencies in these games, but this one was converted to PC pretty well - all the buttons on my gaming mouse work for it, though in-vehicle steering is a bit too touchy with the keyboard. I love that there are lots of different weapons to collect in this game - to me, that makes it much more replayable. It is also a long game, easy to get your money's worth, and very challenging on hard difficulty. There are lots of movie-quality cinematics, and though I enjoy watching the story once through, I appreciated that the cinematics can be skipped in this game using the space bar. with The guns are the most realistic I've seen - sounds, cosmetic detail, ballistics, rate of fire, and operation are all very real-to-life. I love the destructable environments, and that you can shoot through objects with the right rounds, fell trees, level buildings, etc.. All in all, I thought this game was great, and everything a 1st person shooter should be - I can't wait for the new one to lower in price a bit : )One warning: This does not seem to be the fault of the game developers, but there was a problem I had with the install. The Direct X included in the package kept stopping the intall. Once I deleted the Direct X folder from the general folder, it worked fine.5The game is very dynamic and the makers focus with great success on making it feel like a real battleEven years later, this game really stands up. The game is very dynamic and the makers focus with great success on making it feel like a real battle, with the sense of scale, the chaos and suddenness of death, hell even the sound effects in content and execution are fantastic. I find myself repeatedly coming back and playing this for months at a time, and just don't get tired of it. It's very balanced and I love being able to explore different aspects of the game, from tank warfare to urban soldier to trying to figure out how to effectively use an attack helicopter in combat (Be wary! Most people don't know how to pilot them and will crash instantly! Be ready to jump!). Also...it doesn't have any micro-transactions like EA's newer games...because really...EA you can go suck it. But this game is great.5FunThe new bad company is good. Online play suffers from the typical spawning of multitudes of snipers, but thats not the games fault.I was afraid that I might have to buy a new computer to run BC2, but my laptop runs it adequately with 3GB ram and a 256 video card. So the game gets high marks for compatibility and accommodation of less than stellar computers.The punk buster problems that cause some to get booted, takes about 20 minutes to fix. Update your PB make, and then re-start your system and it should work fine. If you cant get it to work then get a nintendo mario-kart system.The only drawback to the game is everything about the multiplayer server browser. There has been heavy traffic on the servers which results in slow access into multiplayer. Hopefully it will be fixed by EA. The browser stinks because you cant really use it to filter important game aspects. For instance I like to play on servers that have friendly fire on (nobody likes to be noob toobed from 3 meters). There is no way to select servers on this basis however. I cant fathom why this browser is so terrible, considering that its predecessors (2142 and BFV) had fully operational, useful browsers.All in all a good game and I look forward to a future correction of the ENTIRE multiplayer browser.4Wow. Single player mode is awesome!This review is just for the single player campaign. I loved it!It takes the best of some my my favorite single player FPS games:FarCry, Crysis, CoD4MW, Crysis Warhead, and CoDMW2,and the campaign did not feel as short as Warhead or CoDMW2.It took me about 7-8 hours to finish the single player in normal mode.Graphics: 9/10. Awesome, although texture quality slightly below games like Crysis and and MW2.Immersion: 10/10. Totally immersive, in the style of CoD4MW. The cut-scenes help, not distract.Game play:10/10. Very enjoyable. It felt like a really cool action movie with many "wow!" moments.I for one enjoyed the cut-scenes with the four characters chatting. No dull moments.Weapons: 9/10. I love modern weapons (which is why I HATED FarCry 2). There are lots of weaponsto keep one satisfied. Took me some time to figure out that the rocket launcher was gravity sensitive.Vehicles: 9/10. Lots of Jeeps, ATVs, choppers, etc. Awesome terrains for them too.Levels: 10/10. The levels are huge, richly filled out with stuff, and meaningful.Value: 10/10: Great deal for $44, especially when MW2 was $59 for a shorter campaign.Replay: 8/10. I'll definitely play some levels multiple times. But I did not like that I can not save whenever I wanted.Upon quick glance it looks like one can only replay a level from the beginning.Overall: 10/10. Very happy with the single player. I'll try multi-player sometime, not a big fan of that mode.5Excellent Multiplayer, Fun Singleplayer, Battlefield is BACK!Battlefield is back on PC with Battlefield: Bad Company 2. While not the fully featured PC exclusive Battlefield 2 and the rest were, BC2 has new modes, building destruction and amazing modern graphics to balance that out. It's also a fine PC port, featuring dedicated servers, perfect mouse control, larger player count (32) and higher graphical fidelity. Some of the maps here are just stunning, like the forrested islands and barren deserrts.Words can't really explain how much it adds to Battlefield to be able to destroy a building around someone. Camping is almost eliminated and the grenade launchers will fly at the slightest hint of someone behind a wall. There is less safety, more running, and thus a highly fast-paced game. If you like squad multiplayer with tactics, but also a fast pace, you will be enthralled here I believe. Somewhere between Rainbow Six and Call of Duty, expanded with massive areas and vehicles, BC2 is unique and extremely fun to play. You WILL want to max your level, it's an addiction hard to deny.Singleplayer is good, though nothing amazing. Unfortunately the original Bad Company never came to PC and thus I never played it, but the story seems self-contained throughout and is a relatively great military shooter. It lacks the spectacle of the Call of Duty games, but it does have larger, more open areas and much better graphics depending on location. A few levels put you in massive open areas like Crysis with multiple objectives, the best of which is a barren deserrt with castles, ancient tanker ships and humvees. The campaign feels fun because of funny dialogue and an emphasis on enjoying blowing things up, rather than drama. Some reviews say the singleplayer is an afterthought, and while multiplayer is the reason to get this singleplayer is definately better than you might think and well worth a playthrough.All in all BC2 brings excellent multi and great singleplayer into a nice package, all presented well and with quality on the PC platform. The servers are full, the game is tight... are you joining up?5Two words: Destructable environmentA solid FPS game and a very funny single player campaign. This game features a fun and replayable single player campaign that isn't too hard to learn. The "squad" you play in as a member pokes fun at Call of Duty: Modern Warfare missions while at the same time during their own shenanigans. If you pause between sections in the campaign they sometimes start to banter and you can listen to all the funnies.Multiplayer is a fun and once you get the hang of it can be full of shenanigans. However, multiplayer isn't very popular right now. Only a few servers are populated in North America and the players are often very good so it can be hard to play. The Vietnam expansion was the best expansion I have ever played but has even fewer servers and players. Too bad since this was a very fun game.Recommendation: I can't recommend it at more than $20 as the multiplayer base has mostly moved onto Battlefield 3 and 4 and other games. The singleplayer is fun but look for a discount so you don't have to pay the ridiculous EA price tag on Origin for a 2009 game.5Awesome game, even for non-hard core gamersI've been playing video games for a long time, but I'm mediocre at best in the FPS realm. I played BF2142 for a bit, but generally didn't have much fun because of snipers and cloaked knifings. While I die twice as much as I kill people in this game, it never seems to get boring. I've gotten frustrated a few times because of the huge volume of people that are online that seem to eat, sleep and breath these games and are simply so good at them that I cannot compete. But the fact that they took the ability for snipers to go prone is a big help to equalize the game and make it more accessible to the casual player.I've played mainly the online multiplayer. I did run through the first few campaign scenes, and while it looks like a neat story, not compelling enough to make me want to really play it. Not that I don't think it would be fun to play it, I just have a certain amount of time to play and for my money, this game is best with friends online.The graphics are amazing, of course. Graphics and sound in most modern games of this production value tend to just be very good, and this game is no exception.Gameplay is smooth, and I haven't seem to hit any glitches or bugs, at least to a degree that I noticed them. One thing that frustrates me is the point system that is integral to the game waits to the end of a match before it calculates and applies your progress to your account. On a number of occasions I've played for long periods of time, only to have a hardware or connection issue that disconnects me and I have lost all record of any achievements that I had procured. I understand the reason behind this in a way, it protects against certain abuse of the system. At the same time, it is a huge source of frustration.The game is very playable, and performs very well. I play on a 24" iMac running Vista, and I can play it on medium to high settings. I started running the game on high settings, but have recently dropped down to some less aggressive settings to improve my frame rate a bit more to be competitive.Whether you are a casual run and gunner, or a more serious player, this is a title you just can't miss. If you are on the fence between Call of Duty and Bad Co. 2, this is the one to pick up.4
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