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Battlefield: Bad Company 2 - Xbox 360

Prestone Marlow and crew return to travel the globe in search of a super weapon. With a deep destruction engine and DICE's fantastic gunplay, Bad Company 2 makes an easy transition into class based multiplayer.
  • Release date: 2010
  • Genre: First Person Shooter
  • Developer: EA DICE
  • Publisher: EA Games
  • Rating: Mature 17+ (M)
  • Players: 1-Player, Online Multiplayer
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The Sequel to one of the best shooters of the generation and you get more of the same with different maps for multiplayer and some graphical and gameplay tweaks. This game is far superior to Battlefield 3 which feels very generic.

The shooting mechanics are excellent and the destructibility is incredibly fun, but what keeps me replaying the 'Bad Company' games are the characters and the storyline(s). BC2 gives you witty and interesting characters and a storyline that matches any good action-adventure film. These humorous and adventurous elements are things you normally don't see in other military shooters, which instead try to be as serious and realistic as possible. 'Bad Company 2' is not your average military FPS.

I like shooter for the multyplayer side, but mand the bad company series have some of the best single player campaigns for shooter its hilarious! I recommend it to everyone that like shooter!

The campaign is very fun and hilarious the mission can get a bit boring after awhile but in most missions there very fun. The campaign will keep you busy for awhile it has good reply value. The multiplayer is VERY VERY fun if you have xbox live,Psn and if you're gonna get this game you're mostly gonna spend most of your time in the multiplayer because you'll be leveling up and trying to unlock all the weapons one bullet at a time. I give the game a 5/5

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I preferred the multiplayer in this game than in Battlefield 3. It feels like there was more destruction and chaos in this one. Lots of fun.

Bad Company 2 is perhaps my favorite entry in the Battlefield series. It boasts a rather enjoyable campaign, a rarity for the genre. While it's not the best, it's a fun distraction if your internet's down. I say that because, the main attraction of BC2 is, the multiplayer, which is still very active today. Separated into a four class system, you'll play as Assault, Engineer, Medic, or Recon. The shooting is loud and fun while the maps are varied and destructible. A great title for any FPS fan.


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