Planet Xbox 360 writes: "Battlefield: Bad Company is ready to offer players more modern warfare for those who can't get enough of it. The only problem with that is that Bad Company pales in comparison to Call of Duty 4, the best modern first-person shooter on the market. With that being said, let's dive deeper into a few reasons why one may want to own a copy of Battlefield: Bad Company
Pitting players in within large scale battles online, Bad Company is by all means a decent game with a couple redeeming qualities. The first of which is the massive online battles that take place. Allowing up to 24 players to duke it out online, Bad Company's online play is broken down into "attackers vs. defenders" gameplay. The defenders must defend their gold crates as the attackers continue on their position. If the attackers manage to capture the gold crates at the first position on the map, the defenders have to fall back to defend another set of gold crates. This continues until the attacking team captures all the crates or the defenders are able to hold them off within the time limit. The other victory condition is to have the other team run out of respawns."