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|Seller Notes:||“Condition is Pre-Owned - 100% tested and working - Complete version of the game includes game disc, booklet, and original game box - See pics this is the actual item for sale in this listing.”|
|Release Year:||2011||Country/Region of Manufacture:||Japan|
|Genre:||Shooter||Video Game Series:||Battlefield|
|Platform:||Sony PlayStation 3||Features:||Manual Included, Multiplayer|
|Game Name:||Battlefield 3||Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)|
EA DICE's flagship military combat series continues with Battlefield 3, a first-person shooter with destructible environments, large-scale maps, controllable vehicles, and online support for up to 24 simultaneous players. The single-player campaign, which the publisher estimates to be 12 hours in length, features multiple playable characters in a structure similar to Activision's Call of Duty franchise.
In a storyline set in 2014, you'll play as a Russian agent sent to stop a terrorist attack in Paris, a Marine corporal in the Tehran desert, and as others in missions set in Sarajevo, New York, Wake Island, Oman, and Sulaymaniyah. The Frostbite physics engine introduced in the Battlefield: Bad Company spin-off series has been enhanced, now allowing for the complete destruction of buildings and scenery objects as well as vision blurring or blinding effects. Soldiers can also shoot from the prone position.
The multiplayer game features a choice of team-based options. Conquest has your side trying to claim and hold different areas of the battlefield, while rush involves one team trying to quickly advance across a map as the other team defends. Team deathmatch is also included, and there are four available classes in the game: assault, support, recon, and engineer. Both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 titles are designed to run at 30 frames per second at 720p resolution.
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||92970358|
|Product Key Features|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 3|
|Game Name||Battlefield 3|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1-24|
|ESRB Rating||M - Mature|
|ESRB Descriptor||Blood, Intense Violence, Strong Language|
|Game Name Special Features||Earn experience points and unlockable equipment while playing online Features four playable classes: assault, recon, engineer, and support Multiplayer action supports up to 24 simultaneous players|
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Ok, I gunned half through a few hours of single player simply for the trophies and then dropped it for a few hours into the MP end of stuff. This is an early rummage of thoughts to give some people on the fence an idea of what they are getting into. Even most of the PC reviews out there have been pretty vague. I haven't cleared this 100% for the Platinum or put in 100 hours of ranking. But I have been playing Battlefield games for awhile so some early thoughts after a few hours. First off -- 200+ meg update before you can play then you're off to the races. Battlefield: Bad Company 2 was similar to Crysis, in that you could navigate the landscape the way you wanted, within an admittedly small area. Wooden huts and hideouts were for the destroying if you were so inclined. In Battlefield 3, you are literally led by the nose with little blue and red boxes on EXACTLY what to do. It's pretty insulting. Walk one foot too far this way or that way, and you are immediately told to "RETURN TO THE BATTLEFIELD." The levels are much more confined than the last game, but I think they went way too far on the scripted confrontations. On the realism end, there is a a few instances where a Marine will drop dead right in front of you and the other soldiers will just walk right by. Pretty lame, Marines don't tend to do that sort of thing. So the story sucks, but nobody reads Playboy for the articles right? Character models are not the strong point here. Where in CoD, everything looks like shiny plaster, here they look like clay . The environment textures look good most of the time, but occasionally do load slowly. Also, first thing I would do, is jack up the controller sensitivity, the default setting is way too slow. So far, I see a real missed opportunity in the single player end. I don't know why they just don't take the large maps from multiplayer and come up with a story based task for the single player. Corridor shooting needs to finally die. Anyway, the campaign doesn't do much new thus far, but there are good points. The audio is absolutely stunning. On my surround sound, the bullet hits and muzzle sounds are really awesome. But playing Battlefield by yourself is like buying a banana just to eat the peels.
Goog game, but if you don't have a good online multiplayer code,it cos
Good game 4 multiplayer. The only thing I didn't like about the game is that it uses alot of vulgar language. Even in multiplayer. But I switched the speech 2 FRENCH and then I couldn't understand when they were using cus words. Great , great soundeffects though, better than COD MW3. But if you want very fast pace hand 2 hand combat COD MW3 is better. BF3 is more like a real life battle though. I like both games and play both, it just depends on what kind of mood I'm in.
Awesome product for Multiplayer! Single Player could be better!
I really enjoyed playing this game by Dice and EA. I did have a few problems though. The multiplayer was absolutely spectacular, and thoroughly addictive! If you plan on only buying this game for the single player, don't do it. Truthfully, the single player had so much potential and while it isn't terrible, it wasn't very good either. I would only buy this game if you have an internet connection because if not, its a bit like eating a banana peel, and not the banana!
Good graphics, easy to learn how to play, short story in campaign
This game has very nice features such as its graphics, playability. I was somewhat surprised by the fact that its campaign game in which you complete episodes is very short. I finished the game in 3 days. But I guess people buy this game to play online in multiplayer mode.
Shut up and take my money!
BF3 is definitely a must have. Graphics, action, multiplayer, all these are great. I don't know if you care much about campaign mode, which is also good but not as good as an online death match. My only warning is about playability. If you're not used to playing FPS with the PS3 controller, prepare to die a lot - and by "a lot", I mean "kid, you'll do nothing but spawn over and over" - but don't let this intimidate you. After a while you also will be able to bring chaos into your game and cause insane bloodshed in multiplayer/coop mode.