I feel a 6.8 is an addiquate description. Theres some interesting systems and was really new at the time. The dialogue and narrative just didnt grab me at all and the gameplay mechanics weren't pulling it along for me either. Some really cool ideas that probably gave alot of inspiration for future games so I have to give it props for doing some new things, but the main substance itself didnt have enough of a hook for me to really enjoy it as many fans have seen in it. Wish I could love it, just cant get into it.
As for the pc version I will say it is a great multiplayer experience. I wish there were more voice chat capabilities, but ventrilo kind of supersedes that if you have a good group of friends that play too. The single player while I dont think is attrocious as some people see, it is more just a mediocre experience, but dice doesn't exactly have a history with single player experiences. If you enjoyed the previous battlefields then youre more than likely to enjoy this one.
p.s. people still play battlefield 2. When bf3 came out I didnt get it at first so instead I popped in battlefield 2 and some servers were still going at 64 players
This thread was created by a dragon to dissuade you from seeing the awesomeness that is the giantbomb crew as a whole. They are a unit, they work well together. No person is getting "lazy" which is a really insulting term for anyone who actually produces content. The whiskey media people do so fucking much giving us entertainment and a hub for it that frankly is way ahead of many other "bigger" websites.
Im gonna go dragon slaying now. Cant have dragons trying to disrupt the peaceful land of whiskey media... so im gonna go play some skyrim
mega 64 needs to head the operation of the VGAs. At least host it, they have close ties with gametrailers. I find it weird they were no where to be seen but it guess they might not be mainstream enough