As a single-player experience, Battlefield V is a series of short vignettes that can’t hope to live up to the weight of its heavy-handed narration.
The new trailer for Battlefield V suggest that fans of the Battlefield series are in for more tales of individual heroism.
The player has full control of each character, but not their fate, and so the senselessness of war always sticks out.
It wouldn’t be a Battlefield game without a host of multiplayer scenarios, and Hardline is definitely no slouch in that department.
Garden Warfare features enough unique elements and clever twists to stand out, breathing joy into a stagnating genre.
You’ll marvel at the dust-particle animations in the tank levels, the ocean swelling around an aircraft carrier, and an earthquake toppling an Iraqi building.
A first-person-shooter that delivers an updated version of the America-under-siege fiction of Red Dawn.
It’s somewhat jarring to find the game go to such lengths to assume an air of verisimilitude.