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Battlefield 3

9.3 reviews

In Battlefield 3, players step into the role of the elite U.S. Marines. As the first boots on the ground, players will experience heart-pounding missions across diverse locations including Paris, Tehran and New York. As a U.S. Marine in the field, periods of tension and anticipation are punctuated by moments of complete chaos. As bullets whiz by, as walls crumble, as explosions force players to the ground, the battlefield feels more alive and interactive than ever before.

Genre: First-Person Shooters
Platforms: PC  Also on: Xbox 360  PS3 

Developer DICE Publisher Electronic Arts Release Date Oct 25, 2011

Battlefield 3 Reviews PC 

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10 reviews

gameshark.com review
In addition to Origin, Battlefield 3 requires the use of a service called Battlelog that in either a brilliant or damning move (it’s hard to tell) runs all the matchmaking, friend management and progression tracking through the web browser. Having the ability to investigate past games and monitor friend activity without having to boot the game is a blessing but the sometimes spotty plugins that let the browser communicate and launch Battlefield when you want to play can be frustrating.
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9.8 reviews

ausgamers.com review
You have the option of playing as one of four classes Assault, Support, Engineer and Recon, all balanced quite well and good at promoting teamwork. The biggest change from previous games is that Assault -- as the primary frontline fighter -- now has the medic abilities. Support handles the heavy weaponry and can dispense ammunition, Engineer is your anti-vehicle man and Recon is the sniper class.
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9.5 reviews

gameinformer.com review
Battlefield fans hoping for the most polished entry in the series won’t be disappointed by this massive sequel. Multiplayer maintains the high level of quality DICE is known for, and the campaign is the best in franchise history. Outside of the annoying Battlelog and a tacked-on, uninspired co-op mode consisting of six short standalone missions, the only downside to Battlefield 3 is the lack of substantial changes to the multiplayer formula. However, that shouldn’t stop longtime fans and newcomers from enjoying one of the best FPS experiences in gaming.
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