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Submitted by Thrallia 1054d ago | review

SBG Review | Battlefield 3: The next chapter of war

The Battlefield franchise has been around for years, remaining the king of competitive military shooters for the longest time. And until the first Modern Warfare game, there was really nothing else like it on consoles. Slowly, but surely, DICE began working on bringing their biggest franchise to non-PC players with the Bad Company series, which leads us to the next main game in the series, Battlefield 3. It may not be as impressive as its PC counterpart, but it still manages to hold its own fairly well. (Battlefield 3, PS3, Xbox 360) 4/5

blumatt  +   1054d ago
I like both franchises (CoD & Battlefield), but Battlefield is definitely the more realistic of the two. Of course, it's not uber realistic either, but it is much more immersive and you feel like you're really in an engagement. I bought Battlefield 3 and am loving the multiplayer and the single player.
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