Battlefield: Bad Company
Seeing as how most military first-person shooters take themselves dead seriously, it's refreshing to see Battlefield: Bad Company's dark sense of humor. The game's action-packed; don't get us wrong. Stuff blows up real good, particularly when you blast holes into walls of buildings to avoid going through the front door. Bad Company also features a sharp presentation, with free-roaming levels, exquisite attention to detail and funny dialogue. The multiplayer is somewhat limited with the lack of Conquest and Co-Op modes (especially considering the ineptitude of your fellow AI-driven soldiers), but still holds up well with support for up to 24 players. Enlist with this Bad Company today.
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