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Submitted by IRBGamer 258d ago | review

Battlefield 4 Review: Emotionally Lacking | IRB Gamer

IRB GAMER: "The majority of time will be spent in multiplayer and that’s perfectly fine, the improved game and gunplay, along with many small, but welcomed improvements gives players an excuse to dedicate long hours into their online soldiers. The underwhelming campaign drags down this latest outing, but it’s the multiplayer that offers so many jaw dropping moments, plentiful modes, and deep customization and leveling options that warrants players to keep coming back for more." (Battlefield 4, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4.25/5

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