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Review-gasm: Battlefield: Bad Company 2

March 6th, 2010 by

In this installment, the Bad Company crew again find themselves in the heart of the action, where they must use every weapon and vehicle at their disposal to survive. In Battlefield: Bad Company 2, the ‘B’ company fight their way through snowy mountaintops, dense jungles and dusty villages. With a heavy arsenal of deadly weapons and a slew of vehicles to aid them, the crew set off on their mission and they are ready to blow up, shoot down, blast through, wipe out and utterly destroy anything that gets in their way. Total destruction is the name of the game, delivered as only the DICE next generation Frostbite engine can.

Here’s a selection of reviews.

1UP (A-):

“Though it occasionally stumbles, there’s one thing that Bad Company 2 clearly demonstrates: DICE has graduated from the “can only do a multiplayer FPS” class and is perfectly capable of making a great all-around game.”

Eurogamer (9/10):

“Bad Company 2′s single-player campaign would be a genre standout in any year, but it’s online that the game comes into its own. It’s no wonder that the box bears the tagline “Defining Online Warfare”, since the multiplayer component here is a confident, muscular distillation of everything DICE has been building up to over the past decade. This is the online shooter at its most streamlined, most thoughtful, most exhilarating.”

IGN UK (9/10):

“It’s taken a fair amount of time to get there, but Bad Company 2 marks the point DICE finally delivered the full Battlefield package. With a varied and engrossing single player campaign allied to a top-notch multiplayer, this is war gaming at its explosive best.”

Gamespot UK (9/10):

“With all the different classes, vehicles, and stationary weapons (like heavy machine guns and mounted rocket launchers) at play, there is a dazzling array of ways to wage war. These tools, coupled with the threat and promise of destructibility, make Bad Company 2′s battlefields uniquely chaotic and electrifyingly fun. The action is top-notch in both campaign and multiplayer alike. Whether or not you’re looking for a new shooter in your life, you owe it to yourself to play Battlefield: Bad Company 2.”


Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is now available on PC, 360 & PS3 in the U.K.

2 Responses to “Review-gasm: Battlefield: Bad Company 2”
  1. avatar Spiny says:

    Total destruction is right, total destruction of EA & Punkbuster servers. Haven’t been able to finish a game all weekend ;(

  2. That doesn’t sound too good at all…. hope it irons itself out soon

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