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GF Rating
7.4

1025 ratings

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GF Rating
1

Horrible

worst game ever

posted by wsm4826 (JUPITER, FL) Dec 18, 2013

Member since Aug 2012

2 out of 5 gamers (40%) found this review helpful

don't waste your time if your an achievement wh%$e bugs reset progress - if you like multi-player go with COD this game glitches server access so 90% of the time you have no online multi-player access -

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GF Rating
1

Horrible

EA is bad at making games

posted by Evo_Fire (DU BOIS, PA) Jan 1, 2014

Member since Jan 2014

1 out of 4 gamers (25%) found this review helpful

BF4 is broken the campaign will not save game progress and you can not find any multiplayer games... don't rent or buy this game!

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GF Rating
7

Good

Gorgeous fun, generic everything else.

posted by Rico731 (WARWICK, RI) Jun 28, 2014

Member since May 2014

This game looks incredible! The textures and the lighting effects are the most realistic I have ever seen. The sound design makes the game even more immersive, especially with professional head phones. If someone is talking and you walk into a building, their voice becomes faint and muffled and orients in the direction of the door. If you hear a tank, you can tell if it is approaching.

Smooth controls, tight aiming, and a lot of guns from the weapons crates scattered throughout each map, means you don't get board. They even stole (and improved) the cover mechanic from Killzone 2. You can duck behind a low wall, and pop up by aiming.

But the game is generic in almost every other way. There's really nothing in the story that you haven't seen before. Characters and situations are directly lifted from other first person shooters. The crazy Russian who helps you break out of prison. The double-agent that rescues you at a crucial moment. The safe place that is really a trap. The story will only make you scratch your head. Who are we fighting? Why is this person so important? How did all these people get on the ship? So all those people we rescued are dead, right? It does NOT matter. You are HERE, you need to go THERE, and there are a lot of people, tanks and helicopters trying to stop you.

The checkpoint system is mostly generous, but dying during any vehicle sections of the game means repeating the whole sequence. If you miss that swerving helicopter, from your drifting car, with the single RPG you have, you're going to die and re-live the last 2 minutes over and over again until you get it right.

No boss battles! Chang is the dictator, but you never meet him, or fight any of his lieutenants.

If you like shooters, you'll like this game. But if you're looking for a gripping story of dictators, refugees and double-agents, this is not for you.

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