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 Game Review: Battlefield 1942

Battlefield 1942 is probably going to be my next software purchase. If you have never heard of it or just want some more information take a look at this review.

"Battlefield 1942 is a first person shooter that allows you to fight in all the major battles of World War II. From the Russian front to the Pacific islands you fight as one of five different soldiers. From sniper to medic, Allied or Axis, you can choose your place in the battle. Every vehicle you encounter is fair game to hop in and unleash your fighting fury. Tanks are by far your best resource on the field, but there are battleships, submarines, planes, jeeps, halftracks, anti-aircraft guns, and many more. The range of play and freedom of choice in this game is what makes it so addictive. Theft of enemy vehicles is not only allowed but part of a good strategy, depriving them of supplies. Strategy is important but not rigid. Decide to fight alongside your comrades or sneak up to the frontlines to wage your own private war. Every time you fight the same battle the choices you make drastically affect the outcome."
Review: Battlefield 1942

 (Submitted by Noel Thu Aug 18, 2005 )

  


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