The image gallery on Strategy Informer has been updated with new screenshots for Battlefield: Bad Company 2.
Hey, maybe DICE can put in some real destruction like red faction instead of giving us houses with walls and roofs being the only destructible objects. Edit: I don't know, we'll see. In the first BC, you couldn't even destroy a whole building. You could only pick away at walls and blow out portions of the roof. Pretty lame after playing Red Faction Guerrilla if you ask me. The only reason I'm concerned is that when the first game released, all you heard out of DICE was "blah blah destruction this blah blah destruction that blah blah it will change the way you play FPS forever blah blah". And then Red Faction came along and handed them a big STFU card.
i thought there was more than that in bc2.
ZOMG! The game better than any Call of Duty. TGSI
bad company IMO was way more fun than red faction though
Bad company 2 is going to be brilliant. The best part is the highly destructive environments thanks to the modified Frostbite Engine :D
....just screenshots from an old teaser trailer.
Don't worry, they've made some substantial upgrades to their engine this time around. Just watch these videos. http://www.gametrailers.com... http://www.gametrailers.com... Buildings can topple and be torn to the ground this time around. It looks awesome.
Well that's good to see, then.
Red Faction was a horrible game.
Well, pretty much the entire gaming world disagrees with you: http://www.metacritic.com/g...
The only thing Red Faction had going for it was destruction. Gameplay was a yawn. And that metacritic score isn't impressive.
yeah, it's destruction 2.0 in that one, you can blow the whole building :) (dixit devs)
Hey, this game looks fun as hell. Now if only MAG had destructable buildings... MAG is better on every other level, except that.
looks better than uncharted 2
You're hilarious. Where do you get your jokes? Because that one had me rolling.
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