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Finally, I have the time and possibility to review Battlefield 2 so let's get to work. Battlefield 2 is the result of the stunning success of Desert Combat, a modification for the previous game in series: Battlefield 1942. The modification was, most probably, the result of the hype around the current wars in the Middle East, so B2 follows suit and adds a little. So what is it all about?
Battlefield 2 is a team-
B2 is a multi-
Since the release of the game, EA has tried to work the metal while it is still red-
For the year it was released in, B2 more than possessed the credentials. There is
a lot of detail in the design of each map. Moreover, the graphics are well balanced.
Dynamic shadows are there in sufficient amount and the developers also managed to
stay away from the light bloom hype (that is the tendency to give all things a pretty
glow, which is a pretty effect that got over-
No missing sounds here. There is a lot to do in B2 and it all has sound support.
There's a renewed soundtrack, modified from the familiar music of Battlefield 1942,
but that is where the music ends. That's fine, since music doesn't add much in on-
Battlefield 2 is notorious for its system hunger. If one wishes to play this baby
with graphic options on maximum, one must have at least two gigabytes of RAM and
In short, Battlefield 2 is not perfect, so make sure your PC meets the recommended (yes, not minimum) requirements and be prepared to run into some trouble with it. To be fair though, it should be noted that, at the time of this review, a few patches already came out.
Battlefield 2 has been made for the market's demand. Its gameplay is trusty but rather
aging. A lack of single player, only one game type and performance issues brought
the game down a bit. Nonetheless, the endless strategic possibilities and the ranking
system brought it back up. While the modern run-
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