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Submitted by Desolate_Hybrid 305d ago | review

Battlefield 4 Single Player Review | TwoDashStash

If you’ve played any modern military shooter, you’ve played this game. It hurdles from set piece moments to cluttered shooting galleries, at a pace which leaves gaping plot holes in its wake. A sequence where you meet a character from a previous game feels entirely pointless when the character is killed off in a hilarious black screen conversation, after which Tombstone mysteriously teleports to a city hundreds of miles away through enemy territory (Battlefield 4, Xbox 360) 2.5/5

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