Digital Foundry - Face-Off: Bodycount

Digital Foundry - Conceived as the spiritual successor to Criterion's much-loved Black, Bodycount fails to make an impact on the battlefield, delivering an experience that feels rushed, unpolished and to a certain extent unfinished. It's a bitter blow for those hoping to get a current-generation taste of what made the Burnout makers' FPS so much fun to play. In that respect, the baton has been passed to EA stablemates DICE, and we can only hope that Battlefield 3 is the game that delivers.

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xtremegamerage2631d ago

Q: How does it look on either program.

A: Crap

QuantumWake2631d ago (Edited 2631d ago )

As much as I love reading Digital Foundry articles, this one seems like a wasted effort. From what I've been reading, this game is crap. And as much as I appreciate DF trying to give us articles to read every Saturday, they should have just done a different game. The demo for Driver: San Francisco could have been a good comparison.

Ah well, thanks for the read anyway.

EDIT: If you're wondering why this game is crap, watch this review:

Hilarious! :D

Holeran2631d ago

Why compare a title that should of been in the $19.95 bargain bin on release day?

andron2631d ago

Ahh. too bad, was hoping this one would turn out well. I'll get it when it hits the bargain bin then...