WhatCulture - Since its announcement, Battlefield 3 has been one of the most anticipated games of the year. It has sparked controversy, mainly in the apparently unavoidable war with CoD, but it has also had fans of the series clinging on to every new bit of information, and every video, that made its way to the internet.
The big day has finally arrived though, Battlefield 3 is here, and I have the honour of being able to review it, and the challenge. It is a challenge because it very much seems like two games packaged in one case, aided by the fact that the campaign is on an entirely separate disc to the co-op and multiplayer. 4.5/5