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Battlefield 3

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10/25/2011
EU
10/28/2011
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??/??/2011
AU
10/25/2011

Staff Reviews

Battlefield 3 review (PC)

Reviewed November 06, 2011

Tom Chick says: "More than any other graphics engine today, it's a complete package, featuring scale, scope, spectacle, on-foot detail and in-airplane elbow room, multiplayer, meaningful destruction, and absurdly good animation. Absurdly good. The animation is so good you probably won't even notice it. Of course the characters move this way because that's how real dudes move. What's the big deal? You almost have to go back to another game with the usual animation to appreciate what Battlefield 3 does."
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