This game is, quite simply put, outstanding.
There's been a lot of debate during the run up to it's release over whether this game was worth the price tag and whether it would be a stripped down 'console-ified' version on 1942. Whilst I certainly didn't think that Bad Company's multiplayerwas as good as a Battlefield game on the PC, I found myself experiencing nearly every part of Battlefield that I love in this quasi-sequel without any (or at least most) of the flaws I had come to expect in the Battlefield games. The tanks are still tough to destroy unless you've got the right kit, and sometimes fate throws you a bad card and you end up on a team filled with incompetent imbecieles, but it's still fun. That's what I really enjoy about this game- It's just so damned fun! Admitedley, I've only played the game for about five or so hours- Not even close to my time on 2142- but I've enjoyed what I've played immensly. The network issues were a problem on the part of the developers, but they do nothing to mar the quality of an amazingly well produced game.
- Great Graphics.
- A lot of replayability.
- Vehicles are really fun to drive.
- The planes are among the most awesome things ever.
- Nice music, when it plays.
- Bombing Raids.
- It's still Battlefield, and the losses of some classes doesn't affect it much, if at all.
- Network issues.
- Tanks are hard to take out. I know that's how it's supposed to be, but man. Those tanks.
- It's still Battlefield, so if you've played a lot of the games, there's not much innovation to be found here.