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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1556d ago | review

DOG: Battlefield 3 PC review

DOG: Whether attempting to flank the main thrust of an enemy's attack, carefully lay mines, spotting enemies for a coordinated defence or – eventually – piloting aircraft to perfection, it's remiss to think of future versions, or even apparent rivals, as anything other than unnecessary distractions. Battlefield 3 is where online warfare lives.

Yes, it's true the whole package isn't without its missed opportunities, but what it brings to the online party will certainly keep luring back. And what's more, you'll remember what brought you to reading this in the first place. (Battlefield 3, PC) 4/5

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