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Here's my 9/10 explanation:
I would have given this a 10/10, but perhaps I'm just a typical Call of Duty fan.
There is a strange feeling in this game that I do not get in Call of Duty. I feel like nearly every little action matters in BTF 4. I run up, lay down and start shooting where I see an enemy and other friendly fire heading towards. There is a feeling that I am actually helping to contain the enemy in that very spot for others to w33d out, and at points I'd receive a little score for suppressing the enemy. Weather or not this is a true aspect of the game, the feeling is there and that's all that matters in a virtual experience. In CoD you feel like if you aren't hitting them on the dot, you aren't doing anything, and where nothing but kills matter in CoD, you still feel like a bad-A if you have three BTF4 kills but still managed to blow up multiple vehicles.
The movement feels great, it doesn't feel like you're simply sliding through the maps, you actually feel like there's quite a bit of traction between your characters feet and the ground. Jumping in and out of cover and from prone positions shakes the camera.
You can change your equipment IN the matches.
The gameplay pace varies from game mode to game mode, so if you're a big CoD fan, they have a mode for you, if you like methodical shooters, they have one for you as well, and everything in between.
Destructible environment. I love seeing a guy walk behind a wall out of my view. "Where the heII are you going?" Blow the wall out with a grenade launcher and kill him
The only issue I had (Which kept me from a perfect score), and this is solely a personal reason, is the difficulty. When playing a faster paced fps for the first time starts off difficult, but you quickly master it. However, I played BTF4 for almost a month and got no more than 10 kills in a match. And that was a one time number. Didn't RUIN the experience for me though.