Telegraph: "'Battlefield' isn't a name that lends itself to heroics. It's workmanlike, sparse, matter-of-fact. It's nothing to do with Duty, or Honour, or Courage, concepts that inspire and evoke in equal measure. Battlefield games have never been about the actions of an individual, but rather the sense of a place, and a moment. Championed by their huge multiplayer, they're about being in the middle of the fight, with buildings crumbling around you as jets careen overhead, engines vomiting thick plumes of smoke as they go down. It's about the chaos of war, and being just one soldier among many."