If I haven't been as committed to writing for this blog as I should be lately its not for a lake of effort. I recently started writing for Continue-Play which has split my attention. But that doesn't mean I'm going to leave you all hanging. Here's my review of Battlefield 4. Which remains was one of my favorite series despite some of this games flaws.
Here's an excerpt from the my review. You can read the full thing HERE
With the launch of a new generation of console hardware, DICE was finally afforded an opportunity it had long lacked when trying to translate its popular multiplayer series to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 – the sheer sense of scale that the series is known for. While both Battlefield 3 and Battlefield: Bad Company 2 were competent shooters that adhered to the Battlefield formula, they felt watered down on console thanks to the technical limitations of the hardware. PC players had been enjoying intense 64-player online warfare for almost a decade, but console players were stuck with a measly 32. With the launch of Battlefield 4 on the PS4 and Xbox One, however, that’s all changed. While the PS3 and 360 players are still stuck in the 32-player dark ages, the new generation of console players are finally being treated to the full Battlefieldexperience – and it’s great.
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