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Tadd

A musician, writer, designer, gamer, wannabe voice actor, nerdy geek guy.
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Battlefield: Bad Company

Here at the office we just picked up a new game called Battlefield: Bad Company by EA Games. It's a first person war shooter with a slew of abilities.

My quick reaction - holy crap this is intense!

I haven't played single player, but we've been playing online play and I have to say, not easy. While it's only  been out for a short while (as of 7-8-08) there are already a slew of people who are just insanely good.

Abilities you have are things from basic snipers to being able to fly helicopters, call in air strikes, shoot cannons (love it) and so much more. The basic weapons are decent, but really have little stopping power.

The things I hate about this game are things like: no dedicated melee button. You have to quickly cycle to your knife if you need it. Which sucks in quick fights. The online play is freakin intense and you don't change teams from map to map. So if your team sucks bad in a map you're stuck unless you want to log out and log back in, which we've noticed causes problems in which we need to restart the XBox 360.

I figured I'd dig around online and find a few tips and such about the game. This is all I found so far. I'll update later.