Battlefield 2: Modern Combat passing part in the series. On the Xbox360, the game looks bad. I can't appreciate multiplayer, he has long died. But the singleplayer is bad in almost everything. A very limited set of equipment and weapons. The plot is complete nonsense, in the middle just threw a pass. Battlefield 2 is one of the best parts in the series, for fans of the series from the origins probably the best. But all this applies only to the version on PC, Battlefield 2: Modern Combat is technodeme, no more.
If you’re expecting a whole new game built from the ground up you will be in for a disappointment but if you’re looking for a fun game with an addictive online multiplayer mode then you will definitely want to buy this game.
The single-player campaign definitely has some balancing issues that I pray DICE patches up in the future, but there are few games that can even be considered in this game's league when it comes to the wars that unfold online. [Jun 2006, p.116]
This was a game I played a lot as a kid. When I saw it at Game Stop I thought "Hey! This game! I remember this game". When I played it, one thing was obvious, it hasn't aged well at all. The controls are f*cked and the aiming is all based on luck. I like the idea of switching between characters, although it made the game WAY easier because you have 10 people to take control of in mission, that usually last 5-10 minutes. Verdict: Don't buy this game unless you played it as a kid, but then that isn't really advised.
SummaryThe first-ever Battlefield console installment drops players into the heat of battle on the high tech frontlines, entering a new modern era of combat with more firepower and new expansive environments. Armed with the latest modern weaponry, players can take control of over 30 vehicles, including tanks, helicopters and fast attack vehicle...