Malaysian Gamer reviews Battlefield 3
Leo over at Malaysian Gamer has written up his review for Battlefield 3. His impressions are very positive, although the review does bring up a number of things that could have been done better. Read the full review here.
From the plains of a Middle Eastern oil refinery, to the streets of Paris, down to the Subway tunnels and then off to the skies of Caspian Border... Welcome back to the Battlefield soldier...
Introducing the third instalment to the Battlefield saga (not counting the previous two incarnations of the console centric Bad Company series) which goes back to its original roots as a large scale multiplayer warfare FPS. Based loosely on real world locations, large arrays of weapons, vehicles and numerous unlockables that would make even you perfectionists(Ed - I call them unlock addicts) smile. With a plethora of features for multiplayer, the game also sports a new single player campaign mode which takes players on this rather short journey through the viewpoint of various characters that are part of a bigger plot(Ed - A plot that's as original as cheap Petaling Street DVD Pirated Copy).
About the author: Leo spends most of his time making awesome videos for Malaysian Gamer rather than honing his skills in FPS games, Moba Games or even in his writing. He often dreams of becoming an online youtube star (not true) while playing games and providing commentary on them.