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Submitted by xiren187 1049d ago | review

Battlefield 3: Back to Karkand DLC Review - JPS

"Battlefield 3 has been out for awhile now and most players have done all that they can possibly do with the game. DICE has come to the rescue to breathe even more life and playtime into an already awesome online shooter. The Back to Karkand DLC brings the players more vehicles, weapons and maps to destroy and decimate their enemies." - JPS (Battlefield 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4/5

admiralvic  +   1049d ago
Sounds fun.
finbars75  +   1049d ago
Sorry but a 5/5 is more of a reasonable score considering that most pf the people who got BF3 on a preorder was free.It's still worth the money.I know there rehashed maps but you can't get any better looking maps then those maps plus a lot of people are new to the BF series so this dlc was a treat and delight especially what you get in it.
PygmelionHunter  +   1049d ago
The price of the content shouldn't be a deciding factor in the review, let alone this time being a whole fifth part of the final score, no problem in leaving a side comment at the end of the review though.
SITH  +   1049d ago
I can't wait. I love me some bf3!
tmoss726  +   1049d ago
Why does he dislike killing people with blowtorches? That's the best part.

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