Empire: Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Review

Unlike the original Bad Company, where the one-player game amounted to little more than the multiplayer maps populated by computer-controlled bots, BC2 offers a tightly-scripted rollercoaster of incendiary action, with a wide variety of challenges, vehicles and locations that see you ripping enemy strongholds to shreds with a minigun from a military chopper, battling the elements in the Andes, or squashing rivals under the tracks of a tank as you roll across remote South American villages. And while comparisons with the all-conquering Modern Warfare 2 are inevitable, BC2's irreverent sense of humour, sharp visuals and snappy sound effects that put you right at the heart of the action make this is a worthy competitor for Infinity Ward's masterpiece.

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