It looks great, has fun characters, a load of interesting weaponry, and works nicely whether you’re playing alone or with a squad. The campaign lasts long enough to feel fulfilling, and the multiplayer kept me coming back once that was complete.
Taking apart buildings bit-by-bit is a game in itself and the gigantic, varied and incredibly realistic landscape provides the perfect setting for some spot-on warfare that’s let down, only slightly, by a health system that wouldn’t make anyone fear the reaper. Watch Bad Company in action and you will be shell shocked.
Amazing game for its price! Very good story! Good graphics! Good Vehicles and Weapons too! I found this game amazing for its price. It is based on four US Army guys who go AWOL in Russia to get the gold bars which the Legionnaire, commander of the "Deadliest Army in the World" pays his men with. Then the US Army use them to find out about a neutral country that the four guys invaded for the gold.
The most fun, addictive shooter released so far this year. While far from perfect, the intense sandbox warfare is something that you have to experience. Dice calls it tactical destruction. We call it explosive fun.
Battlefield Bad Company’s solo campaign has great characters and blowing stuff up is fun, even if it all does look quite fake. Still the action lacks the final kick for greatness, now it's merely good fun. Multiplayer is the true heart of the game and makes good use of the destructible environments. The weapons are a bit underpowered, otherwise multiplayer works great. [Aug 2008]
Fans of the first-person shooter genre will find that Battlefield: Bad Company is an all right game with a few interesting features that’ll keep their attention for a few days or so. But when you have played all of the eight maps and finish the lousy storyline, players will venture back to their favorite FPS – whatever it may be – after their short diversion through Bad Company.
It’s got some fresh, entertaining details, and though the game experience is shallow and a little frustrating, you can hop into a mortar cannon and knock down an enemy entrenchment to make you feel better.
This game is good I enjoyed but there are just a few flaws that stop it from being higher, for one the levels are way to long making the game drag on even though there are only 7 levels and the controls feel very stiff. however there are some positives mainly the writing which is absolutely hilarious. if you by this game you will enjoy it but there are some downsides.
For a game from 2008, it's not that bad. The destruction physics are good and I'd say they stand a chance with standing up with todays standards. Gun play is **** tho. AI is **** got killed through walls by an enemy i cant obviously see. Graphics are muddy as **** Story and character's are what make this game. The on screen chemistry between the 4 characters is really good and can be funny at times. I'd say if your bored and got **** all else to play you should give bad company a try.
SummaryBuilt from the ground-up for next-generation consoles using Digital Illusions' Frostbite game engine, Battlefield: Bad Company drops gamers behind enemy lines with a squad of renegade soldiers who risk it all on a personal quest for gold and revenge. Featuring a deep, cinematic single-player experience loaded with adventure and dark humo...