Battlefield 4 Review – Stuck In The Trenches - The Koalition

Gary Swaby at The Koalition writes: The Battlefield series has a long standing history, specifically on the PC. It was once a niche experience, molded for those with the desire to experience a more realistic dose of military combat. It's hard to think that the series once lacked any single player campaign; It was all about the online combat. Now, with the popularity of other first-person military games; EA and Dice have refined what we know as Battlefield to make it more appealing to the mainstream audience.

In theory that may seem like a bad thing. However, this transition all began with Battlefield 3, and I consider that to be one of the best military shooter experiences in the past two years. Now we're introduced to Battlefield 4, which is trying so hard to improve upon what Battlefield 3 introduced. Sadly Battlefield 4 has suffered from rocky beginnings, and as a result it struggles to push the limits on what Battlefield 3 has already done for the genre.

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MrKennedy1064d ago

This is a good review of a game called Battlefield 4.

Crazyglues1064d ago (Edited 1064d ago )

It's sad but the single player in BF4 is completely worthless, as you won't care about it when you play it and you will forget all about it as soon as the painful experience is done....

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Venomousfatman1064d ago

Was hoping to hear that this game was decent. Least it isnt all that bad.

mastershredder1064d ago

Aside from the usual BF4 MP, I played the campaign a couple times. I found it to be a heck of a lot better than the BF3 campaign which was over hollywood-ized and felt more like a COD story than BF. Too serious and too dude-bro. This one had a more of the Bad Company feel to it, which is a-okay with me.