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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1292d ago | review

Joystiq Division - Battlefield 3 Review: When It Moves, It Sings

Joystiq Division - When forces collide, I imagine that war is a cacophonous mass of action. For all the effort that is loaded into military tactics, order, and discipline, I would believe that it is almost impossible to teach the ability to stay calm when Death is carving hot lines in the air around you. When helicopters flood skies and dirt is kicked up. When people are shouting and bleeding and just-lit cigarettes are being cast downward, sweat is blurring eyesight, and guns need training to a precise degree to touch a distant life. I know there are some who can remain unfazed by that chaos - I most certainly could not. I would easily succumb to the fear and exhilaration. (Battlefield 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4/5

ssb3173  +   1283d ago
This is a decent game, online could be better but overall its acctually pretty good

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