"Battlefield 4" has enjoyed its first weekend with gamers, and already, there are good rants about the game, which has been touted to set the pace for the next generation of first-person shooter games.
Granted there's still the next-gen play to look forward to, even the current-gen versions are being celebrated with rave reviews.
Ars Technica reports that one of the highlights of "Battlefield 4" is the richness of the gameplay. The four classes in the game is more than just for showing where you're good at---it also lets you experiment on what you want to do and find your strength in battle.
Admittedly, as what almost everyone is saying, "Battlefield" as a franchise really shines with the multi-player campaign more than its single player version mostly because you really cannot avoid repetitiveness of the latter. Besides progressing with ranks and unlockables, nothing much changes.
Even though a number of cinematic trailers have been released leading up to the launch of the game, all those emotional moments are pretty much lost once you get down to firing headshots and blowing up buildings to get that craved unlockable and high score, reports Daily Mail.
On the other hand, the multi-player version is pretty much packed with all the action in its 10 maps and more, something that "Battlefield 4" and succeeding installments will never get to deviate from its franchises.
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Megan Fox Makes a Cameo Appearance on "Ghosts" Trailer
As though the funny adverts or the recent Extinction mode gameplay trailer weren't enough to hype up the release of "Call of Duty: Ghosts," you can check out another trailer, this time featuring actress Megan Fox.
Directed by James Mangold, the trailer stars four friends who are out trying to conquer the game, which will be released on Nov 5. In the trailer, Megan Fox appears for a brief but cool moment, when she guns an enemy down in the middle of being hit on.
Watch the Epic Night Out trailer here and see if you share the same excitement as the four buddies.
With its main rival game "Battlefield 4" having received rave reviews after its release, "Call of Duty: Ghosts" is looking to put up big numbers, both for its current-gen and next-gen release.
But it seems that some online pirates have beat Activision to the game, as a torrent copy of "Call of Duty: Ghosts" for the Xbox 360 and PS3 were found. According to Cinema Blend, there are more than 7,500 who have already leeched the game, with more gamers expected to find and download the game before the official copy even hits the public.
Of course, it's also expected that Activision will do something about this, with the pirates more likely to not enjoy the benefits of the actual game being one of the many repercussions for not buying the original. Then again, "Call of Duty: Ghosts" isn't the first game to be pirated before the release date, with "Grand Theft Auto V" and "Beyond: Two Souls" experiencing the same thing.
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