(Re-post! A technical glitch erased the Battlefield Report. Here it is again, in case you missed it the first time...)
Over the last three weeks or so two shooter beta programs have been launched and closed. Here are my personal impressions of the Battlefield 3 open beta (Xbox 360 version) and the Ghost Recon Online closed beta (PC).
Andrew (Cubninja) and Jim (txshurricane) played some midnight matches and came back with a few Black Ops snapshots for the album. Plus, we discuss why playing with friends is important to getting the most enjoyment out of competitive games.
Normally the Battlefield Report is reserved for games that aren't inherently co-op, but this story beat the rest to the top of the list. A non-traditional
Take a look at your gaming collection. No, not just the shelf by your TV - the whole collection. Is it neglected? Is it collecting dust? Why do you still have it? The Battlefield Report gets shaken up with some food for thought.
Jim points his steed to the brown pastures of Red Dead Redemption for another round of cowboys and...uh, cowboys. The Tumbleweed Gold Rush is afoot, and Jim has a gun and a badge!
The mother of all class-based, squad-based, multiplayer military shooters is preparing to wow gamers everywhere this winter. Or so says Digital Illusions CE. Let’s take a look at what we know about Battlefield 3 so far.
Battlefield Bad Company 2: Vietnam didn’t bring very many changes to gameplay. Strategy and playing style, however, can be vastly different. This Battlefield Report takes a look at how to employ two weapons to rather unusual effectiveness.
More and more shooter franchises are adding Hardcore modes into their team-based competitive multiplayer, which - of course - invite friendly fire accidents. We venture into Call of Duty: Black Ops' Hardcore Team Deathmatch for a couple of particularly dangerous matches.
Sony Bend, Rare, Rocksteady Games...these are all studios whom I admire for the simplicity of the core of their games. Bizarre Creations once again makes that list with the 007: Blood Stone multiplayer.
It's a double-whammy month as the Battlefield Report braves No Man's Land to bring you impressions of two of this month's hottest downloadable add-ons.
If you've ever done any behind-the-scenes research on the wildly popular and legendary original Star Wars trilogy, you might know that George Lucas borrowed from many franchises for Star Wars. Pandemic did the same for Star Wars Battlefront, and the result was a die-hard fan named Jim.
With so many features on our plate we hadn't had the chance to provide good, healthy impressions of the free Red Dead Redemption co-op missions and the premium Legends and Killers pack. Cue the Battlefield Report with a Red Dead twofer.
A few months ago we came across an interesting article that shed some light on Sam Fisher's peculiar shooting stance in Splinter Cell: Conviction. Today we’ll take a look at traditional poses and see how the new one holds up as a credible way for our favorite rogue operative to dispatch bad guys.
It's time for another Battlefield Report. Unfortunately, gaming for this soldier has been sparse recently, so for your enjoyment this file is restricted to one extra-descriptive battle. Hang your hat and read on.
If you haven't played Battlefield: Bad Company 2, you're missing a good game. Of course, it's an acquired taste, but there's only one way to acquire it. This month we take a look at the sniper class in Bad Company 2 and why it's so different from other games.
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