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Battlefield 2: Armored Fury Member Review for the PC

AngelofDeath3030 By:
AngelofDeath3030
08/12/06
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE First-Person Shooter 
PLAYERS 1- 64 
PUBLISHER EA 
DEVELOPER DICE 
RELEASE DATE  
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Ok, here we go. Battlefield 2 has been a trip. From Karkand to Wake its been a blast. And all this traveling and shooting has led us all to this. EA..........well EA is just like any other big company who hits it big with a title. Battlefield 2 was amazing in every single way. From start to finish its a perfect shooter. From the solid next gen graphics  to the most realistic sounds youll ever hear on a game. Then after EA started racking up the money they decided to make a expansion pack to satisfy the hardcore fanboys of the original. The expansion was called Special Forces. It added new maps, gear, NIGHT!, new CLASS of troops. But it still was a little how do i say it,,,,,short. It was missing something the first had. Well, people ate it up. Heck it wasnt bad. EA. they received there money for there hard work. Players got more choices and gameplay. Well, Thats as far as EA's true "hard" work ends. They realized they could throw anything out there and fans will buy it. They had our trust. So they created, Euro Force. Well not much to say there. No true new guns. A few maps that could have been better and well thats it. SO they through that out there for a price. Well many baught it including me. I wasnt impressed. It was not even 2 weeks worth of fun. The newness wore off quick and the maps went stale. Well EA got moola for that one so they tried it again. SO SMART! SO they created Armored Fury! O boy! Armored Fury was less content than Euro Force. NO new Classes, a few new maps which they use the same buildings and graphics as the others to make, and a few new vehicles which were of some intrist for about a day. I was sceptic to buy this one since Euro Force was such a let down but all the hype on the net convenced me to try it. Euro Force and Armored Fury BOTH could have easily been put into a patch and should have been free of charge. If regular Battlefield 2 is all you have on your comuter and you dont have money to buy any other games then go for it. If you get Euro Force and Armored Fury at the same time itll add probably 2 weeks of interist to the game. Although its hard to find Euro Force servers nowadays. EA. has there money and there showing it. Very few servers play on the expansions, "correction" booster packs. Id save your money for something else. Medal of Honor Pacific Assault is $10.00 at Wal-Mart. Thats a whole game for the same price as three maps and some vehicles. Good luck. And EA. you can do better than that.


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