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TeamXbox: Battlefield: Bad Company Hands-On

TeamXbox know what you're saying, "who cares about single-player campaigns in multiplayer-centric games?" and normally, they would agree. Most of the time they're just the multiplayer maps strung together with some tacked on cutscenes and a weird premise that's supposed to explain why you keep getting trapped in the same enclosed area with a bunch of people that want to kill you.

But after playing through the single player campaign with the final reviewable build of the game, it's evident that what the developers had in mind was a really seamless transition between multiplayer and single player, and put a lot of resources into making the single player experience not only justify itself, but be darn entertaining as well.

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