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Submitted by zunairnasir 1346d ago | review

Battlefield 3 Review-Gamingsquid.com

When it comes to practical battlefield, no body does it better then Battlefield franchise. The series has a long account of creating straggling war zones where players have a beatifying means of making powerful contributions to the war effort. The competitive multiplayer mode in Battlefield 3 is honoring and stay genuine to its custom, delivering an online battle experience that’s insanely addictive, plunging and stimulating. With some refreshments that make the familiar action feel fresh. Unfortunately, the stale single-player campaign fails to capitalize on the intensity of this stunning series and feels like an caricature. Cooperative missions are better then the single player campaign and provide a tougher challenge. The only reason to buy this game is its competitive multiplayer. (Battlefield 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9.5/10

eak3  +   1345d ago
Seriously why does this site publish reviews on games that have been out awhile now.

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