Battlefield 4 (PS3) Review


“While punctuated with awe, levels lock into their mixture of open field warfare scrunched between those uncontrolled highs. Battlefield remains a product of choice with regards to its encounters, sprawled over fields or weirdly barren downtown sectors. Battlefield is the rare shooter which lets air breathe and the power of its best in class audio design saturate as opposed to the stubborn insistence of residual music to amplify drama. In actuality, the gunfight should be enough to elicit sparks of tension. Cinematic scoring can act as a bandage to push artificial pacing. Battlefield wants none of it.”

Read my full Battlefield 4 review at Blogcritics


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