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Submitted by s8anicslayer 351d ago | opinion piece

Battlefield 4: The brutal, broken, beautiful pinnacle of first person shooters

Ars - "I've played a lot of DICE's Battlefield over the years. Admittedly, I wasn't there from the start. World War II shooters bore me—Hitler's firearms were totes imba, so if the games are authentic, the Germans get all the good guns, and if they're balanced, they might as well not be set in World War II—so I never played Battlefield 1942. But I sunk hundreds upon hundreds of hours into Battlefield 2, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, and Battlefield 3." (Battlefield 4, Culture, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

Ace_Pheonix  +   351d ago
All the good guns? The BAR is a great piece of kit, along with Brownings other crowning achievement, the 1911. The Thompson was no slouch either. I'm not a big fan of the M1 Carbine though.
quaneylfc  +   351d ago
i think the pinnacle of fps would be one with a campaign longer than 4 hours....hmmmmmmmm oh yes! it would be.

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