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In part 2, Prometheus shows us how he plays, which is not very well… or useful even. In fact, his play style is a great way to show noobs how NOT to play Battlefield. After 8 deaths, Prometheus finally prevails, which will lead us into the final conclusion of their mission in Baku. Will the team prevail? Probably, we’ve got lots more footage to upload!
Hey all, if you’re as much a Battlefield fanboy as me, please be sure to check out my first impressions on the new Battlefield 4 Beta. I know this isn’t the final product, so I stayed away from critiquing the graphics quality. Instead I focus more on the layout and feel of the gameplay. This is only part 1 in an ongoing series until the games’ release, so please stay tuned for even more incredible content. As always, feel free to critique the hell out of me.
November 13th, Call of Duty Black Ops 2 was released like a monetary plague on consumer wallets, once again breaking their previous records, although this time no financial statement was released. Hmm. With such incredible success, it would look as though nothing could spoil Treyarch’s monumental day in the sun. That is unless you were one of the unlucky, or I should say incredibly fortunate, consumers that “accidentally” received a copy of Mass Effect 2, which “mistakenly” replaced one of the installation discs.
Running off the combined success of Back to Karkand, Close Quarters and Armored Kill, DICE is looking to shake things up again with the newest multiplayer expansion pack, Aftermath. Not much has been known about this expansion, other than the setting taking place after a devastating earthquake. A new trailer was released this morning with further, but still vague, details on the gameplay, as well as added content. Some of the content hinted at includes; new vehicles, game mode, achievements, assignments, 4 new maps, post-earthquake environments, and a flipping crossbow. That’s right, Battlefield has officially gone Black Ops on us!
If you’re a fan of of the game series, Battlefield: Bad Company, and have been praying for some semblance of an update, then your prayers have been answered… kinda. Per Deadline, Fox has put the series in development with production headed by Happy Madison Productions. That’s right, Fox, the guys who canceled Arrested Development, Firefly, Keen Eddie, Human Target, Fringe and countless other classic tv series way ahead of their expiration date, are trying their hand at an hour long, gun-toting, live-action comedy show. And we all know just how great Happy Madison production has been the past ten years, with classics like, You don’t mess with the Zohan, Jack and Jill, The House Bunny and Paul Blart: Mall Cop.
When I had first heard the announcement of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, I wasn’t exactly ripping at the seams in anticipation. On the contrary, I kinda just let the news pass by. Admittedly, I was expecting more of the same gameplay we’ve all come to expect from the franchise. I have played Counter-Strike proper for nearly 4 years, so my curiosity was at the minimum. Although, I had been wondering what a new title would bring in the form of innovation, and emptily hoped there would finally be a decent story. The title itself gave me the notion that Valve was working on a story for the series, maybe to throw their hat into the boring, FPS campaign wars. Sadly, this was not the case, but I imagine if that was their intent, Valve would go to great lengths to show the competition how you make a thrilling campaign mode, and then suddenly halt progress after their second incarnation. Aside from that, I had read zero news about the game. Well, it was my birthday recently, and as a gift from the venerable Bobby Beatle, I received CS:GO! Nothing screams absolute excitement for a game than “FREE!” You know, because…