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Battlefield 2: Modern Combat Member Review for the Xbox360

DeathsCheater By:
DeathsCheater
02/18/09
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE First-Person Shooter 
PLAYERS 1- 24 
PUBLISHER EA 
DEVELOPER Digital Illusions 
RELEASE DATE  
T Contains Language, Violence

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     Battle field two is one of the great online games in the next gen systems. It features some great on and offline game play that will keep you coming back for more every time. With no other game like it on the market Battle Field is a sure buy for any age. It is all perfect though, the offline gameplay isn't as addictive as the online but still has something to offer someone with out xbox live or that isn't the rambo of video games.

     The online play includes over ten online maps, more than most games. It has 5 kits on the game that maxes out the complex gameplay. If you need to defend a base you would use a kit like the sniper or support (which features air strike). If you need to take over a base you would use special ops or assult kit. With a few tanks you would take an enginar kit.

     Offline you recieve the same kits too. You will be ranked by how many medals and stars you have, this is the very best part of the game offline, because you unlock more missions as you get better when you are a five star genaral you will feel as if you have a 100 missions to choose from. There are also mini game type missions that allow you to gain stars without risking being dead after twenty minutes of playing.

     As  you can see the game is all about online play. You will find yourself playing two hours a day once you get into the game. Someone once said that people will never just rent a game and never buy one like they do movies because they have many hours of gameplay that dosn't get old, well this is one of those games.


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