Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Battlefield 3 has received mostly positive reviews. IGN gave Battlefield 3 a score of 9.0 out of 10.0 for all platforms, and praised the graphics and multiplayer game. Even though it criticized the single-player campaign story, and the occasional glitches of the game engine, it still gave the game a mostly positive review, "Regardless of the narrative missteps or the occasional glitches, Battlefield 3 offers an unforgettable, world-class multiplayer suite that's sure to excite shooter fans.
Joystiq awarded the game 4.5 out of 5 stars, stating that the campaign was "tactically linear" and that the A.I. within the game were "murderously un-fun to fight". Complaints were also made of the multiplayer aspect, stating that destruction was less than expected: "It's not Bad Company 2, and levels won't start out intact and end looking like the surface of the moon the way they often did in that game." They did, however, praise the multiplayer experience as "unmatched", stating that this should be the sole reason to buy the game.
Gamespot gave Battlefield 3 a score of 8.5 out of 10 across all platforms. They praised the deep multiplayer mode, great variety of vehicles, many well-designed environments, and a great reward system for team play; however, they criticized the campaign for being "dull and disappointing" and using a "familiar formula". The cooperative mode was viewed favorably; the only criticism on the cooperative missions was that "there aren't more of them to keep you busy".
Official Xbox Magazine gave the game 9 out of 10, commending the game for its multiplayer mode, but criticizing the solo campaign. Similarly, Official Xbox Magazine (UK) gave the game 8 out of 10, applauding its multiplayer gaming and calling it "The most expansive, refined Battlefield multiplayer yet" while also criticizing the single-player experience.
Believe it or not a lot of companies uses the game experience to produce better and more powerful computer and software that we use in our everyday life like photoshop, illustrator, even flash as the very popular game of "Angry Birds" was and still is run on flash platform. thank you for reading and as always sharewitus.


  1. I really like that you took on this subject for your blog. I'm into a bit of video games myself, but you seem like a mad-scientist at it. You seem to know battlefield 3 like the back of your hand. Looking forward to your next few posts of the course of the next few weeks.

  2. I like reading some of this stuff about the game. It makes me want to look into maybe renting it from red box. Can you tell me more about the game?

  3. My hats off to you! You really know your stuff in the games field. My baby son (23 years old) had almost sold his whole school end year on it.

    He had a blast with all his friends, especially bringing all his friends over to my home as they played the games on my theater like screen.