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Battlefield Hardline - PlayStation 4

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Rating 4.2 out of 5 stars with 1506 reviews

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Battlefield 4.5

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    JakeInLivinColor
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    Battlefield 4 was a fun game back in 2013, though one loaded with tons of bugs that could potentially break the game (Not physically, although I'm sure there are a few who did on the first days of release) and when word of a new Battlefield coming out the following year, many people were reserved in their expectations after the fiasco. It seemed promising enough, swapping the battlefield for the streets as a police detective, but people feared of a similar situation as BF4, but with the beta response, EA luckily delayed the game a few months to March of 2015, but was that enough to restore confidence in the series, or did it hurt the bottom line? In a drastic departure from previous games, yes, you are a cop on the streets of Miami, who is double-crossed by your partner for a crime you didn't commit and have to clear your name. Yes, this is a big cliche, loaded with the characters and dialogues from various films and TV procedurals (even casting actors from said TV shows) but set in the Battlefield universe. The gameplay is the standard BF style (2 weapons only that are upgradeable, one grenade type, and one gadget type) which plays like any other game in the series but with one mechanic that is flawed. That flaw is the arresting system. In games like Metal Gear, you can play the game in complete stealth, and not fire a single bullet and it's legendary in it's stealth mechanics. Here though, the arrest mechanics (bundled with the stealth system) is a sloppy mess that doesn't work most of the time. Most of the time it doesn't even work so you have to kill the guy rather than subdue the perp and that will effect your score. Also sloppy is the lousy evidence system, where you open your scanner and scan for evidence. Sigh. At least the core experience of the shooting still is a blast and every weapon feels great to use. The graphics are really nice, especially on the newer consoles and PC (the game is also on PS3 and 360, and looking decent, they don't even compare) and the sound design is amazing. But the story mode is lame but how it's set up like a season of your "INSERT NAME HERE" cop show, even including the "Last time on _____" breaks, is amusing enough, but not enough for repeat playthrough. What is worth it, is the fun, and still very active, multiplayer. Heists, PvP modes, use of vehicles, and use of dedicated servers are a godsend and make this some excellent multiplayer fun to be had. Only drawback is the use of loot boxes and the (optional) DLC packs giving you instant 100% maxed out stats on everything. Pay-to-cheat is not fun; learning skills and strategy is. All in all, totally worth the $4.99 on sale, but $20 is a bit much and is recommended to wait for a sub-$10 price.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Episodic Campaign and Solid Multiplayer

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    Watsmussen
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    I have been a fan of the Battlefield series for nearly a decade. The series has admittedly had some weak campaign experiences since the "Bad Company" games, but I believe Hardline has definitely taken a step in the right direction with it's episodic crime action/drama feel. Each level provides plenty of opportunities for choice. Whether it is taking a stealth approach to isolate and arrest individual enemies or spending the time necessary to search for evidence to provide unique kit unlocks, this game definitely offers more opportunities than the standard move from point A to point B and kill everyone along the way. The campaign also offers several adrenaline pumping car-chases that will have you racing through populated streets squealing tires and shooting sparks as you barrel through debris and narrowly miss obstacles. The game offers several difficulty levels to help tailor the experience to your own particular skill level and while I am not new to the series, playing on veteran does not feel quite as challenging as games in the past. All in all, still a very fun experience. People tend to play the Battlefield series for realism, responsiveness and scope of it's multiplayer. Hardline still presents a multiplayer experience loaded with various firearm and equipment unlocks. It also maintains the large and varied map design that allows up to 64 players to compete at once. The staples of the BF series are still present, you are still able to play conquest and tdm, but the addition of several new game modes helps to add enough variety to the game to make it feel like a worthwhile purchase. In addition to new game modes that involve car chases and vault cracking, series veterans will notice that the game feels a bit faster. It feels like player movement has been increased and that makes it a bit easier to cross some of the larger maps without relying so much on vehicles. The gun-play still feels very in-line with traditional battlefield games. One of the major differences you will find between Hardline and previous BF games it the lack of armored vehicles. Vehicles have had their roles changed from artillery support to fast and fragile methods of transportation. On the whole, this has put the emphasis of the multiplayer experience on shootouts and traversing the maps on foot, which I tend to prefer anyways. The only potential downside to the multiplayer aspect of the game that I have found at this point is that the environments seem to be less destructible than in previous games and the nonlinear kit unlocks provide less incentive to try new guns and loadouts once you find the first set of equipment that works for you. In conclusion, I think Battlefield Hardline is an excellent addition to the series and if you have enjoyed the battlefield games of the past and you don't mind trying some new mechanics, this game is a solid buy.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Different in all the right places.

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    DaSoyncere1
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    Reasons to play the campaign: There is a lot of effort spent by Visceral in creating an immersive campaign, and it is my favorite BF campaign, after BC2, obviously! (I realize that it being my "favorite" is not a good reason, but I think it conveys my enjoyment). Also, the campaign is more of a centerpiece than other BF games. And, I don't think I am the only one who feels that way; look at reviews by Polygon and other sources and you get more of the same feel. Campaign: -The campaign took ~9.5 hours to beat (which is decently longer than it took me to beat BF4, as I recall) -The campaign is divided into 10 episodes. I mean this literally; at the beginning of most of the episodes they have a "previously" on segment that highlights what happened. I actually found it very engrossing and was enjoying myself thoroughly because of things like this. -It doesn't really highlight current relevant cultural questions regarding militarization of the police, in my opinion. I don't want to get into spoilers; but, the game absolutely does not take itself too seriously. Do NOT get me wrong, you ARE a cop running around with carbines blasting 100s of enemies. I just mean to say that while it may be odd if you were to look at it on paper without context, I recognize it as a platform for the audience to get to experience a slight twist on his or her typical Battlefield experience. That was wordy; I apologize. -The graphics are better than average. They are definitely better than MP graphics, which I cannot explain, but I honestly feel they are. The facial expressions you can view are very good and remind me of L.A. Noire. Basically, I personally thought the graphics were more than adequate enough to keep me immersed. -You can subdue enemies via handcuffs (arresting) if you are able to get within melee range without being detected. I did this probably less than 20 times, as it kind of felt out of place to me in this kind of game. -The load times seem longer than usual for most FPS games, for some reason.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great twist on classic Battlefield.

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    ManBearPig2114
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    For the record, this is going to be a review on almost SOLELY the multiplayer (online). I mean, who buys Battlefield for the campaign, amiright?? While this is a great twist on classic Battlefield, I would rather it had taken a slightly different direction. The cops and robbers thing is definitely a cool concept, but the ultimate separation of factions is fairly drastic. The game modes are really great. Hotwire is GREAT fun; especially with a squad or team of friends. The robbery attack/defense modes are fun. Team Deathmatch is usually what I start my Battlefield experiences with to unlock & level up quick. TDM has a good bit of bugs to work out. The spawning, thus far (2 days after release), is absolutely absurd. 50% of deaths/kills are from someone spawning right in front of you or you spawning in front of them. The weapons being specific to each faction is SUPER ANNOYING. I understand you eventually get a "license" to use a weapon for either faction, but saving cash to buy something and then not be able to use it 50% of the games is ridic! I also REALLY miss vehicular combat and engagements. Battlefield 4 mixed it up so well that you could be a fighter pilot, a tank driver, a sniper, a medic, a transport helicopter pilot, etc... Hardline, is well, it has an attack helicopter. Everything else is just a truck with a mounted gun. Overall, I think it will grow on me. It is a drastic change from warfare to cops and robbers, but it keeps enough of classic BF to receive 4 stars from me.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    If you love BF4, Stay on it BF4.

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    Deelilah
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    The story mode was lackluster, I had no incentive to continue on, but eventually finished. The character development is weak and felt like I'm playing a 1980's cop drama. The events are entirely predictable and the story rushed and extremely tedious. In Battlefield 4, I'm sure anyone that has played the story would tell how amazing, immersive, and heart pounding it was. The players felt a connection Recker and his squad and the gravity of the situation as China prepares it's army. Visceral did not deliver anything unique in storyline besides the tedious use of the binoculars to tag someone you want to arrest all for a trophy/achievement. (The only incentive to do it.) Visceral did not deliver anything to multiplayer at all, and that's the entire downfall of this game. levelution, something that DICE introduced in BF4, is there in BF:HL, but just like the story, it's lackluster. The entire multiplayer is horrible. Cops and Robbers have different gun loadouts, like the AK? Well you gotta be a Robber to use it. G36C? Only a cop gun. I would never recommend this game, I got it for $30 and I feel like I got dupped. NEVER BUY A BATTLEFIELD FROM VISCERAL!! GO WITH DICE FOR THE TRUE AND PROPER QUALITY OF BATTLEFIELD FOR BOTH ONLINE AND SINGLE PLAYER! Though one day Visceral might step up on the plate. 10 years ago, after Call of Duty 2 came out, Treyarch made the worst Call of Duty game ever, Call of Duty 3, but like every company, mistakes were made.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good but not Great

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    Ghostk177er
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    I've been a battlefield fan since battlefield 1942. My favorite has been the Bad Company games. With that being said Hardline is a fun game to play, but not a great one. There has not been enough innovation with Hardline to call it a great game. There is just something about playing as cops and robbers that just does not play out as well as the developers had hoped. One of the best things about the Battlefield series of games is that it always strived for a realistic style of gameplay. The damage you can cause to buildings adds a sense of how the environment plays a part in adding cover from enemy fire. The addition of player controllable vehicles gives the gamers a form of mobility and additional firepower in some cases. Finally, levelution shows how the battlefield can change gradually and sometimes drastically in the middle of a firefight. When you change the total environment from a war-esque theater of operation to a cops and robbers type of environment, it changes the entire game into something not so realistic and more into a Call of Duty type twitch style of gameplay. Don't get me wrong I like Call of Duty too, but Battlefield has always been my favorite. I just prefer the faux realism and strategy involved in the Battlefield series over the Call of Duty games. Hardline is more like a Call of Duty game in my opinion. It is good it is just not great.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Not so good Single Player Campaign ( Episodes)

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    This is for the single player campaign since I only play that. Bad stuff: 1) This game does not feel like battlefield...the episode format is boring. It should be called "CSI Miami - The Game " instead of Battlefield Hardline. If I wanted to watch a TV show I would have done just that, not bought a console game. 2) You cannot skip their intro videos before each episode. 3) Graphics are not so good and feel "cheap" compared to previous battlefields 4) No or minimal blood spatter when you shoot enemies - It takes the fun out of playing. Color of blood on floor looks black instead of red - monumentally stupid design. It feels like I'm looking at a PC game from 2002. 5) Some guns and their firing are not inspiring, some are. I still have to unlock many guns, so lets see. Same with episodes, hopefully later episodes are better implemented. 6) It seems as though the developers have focused on their own programming enjoyment rather than focusing on the user's game playing enjoyment. Wish the developer was Dice instead of Visceral, Visceral Games has not done a good job on this. Poorly designed and implemented. Overall, I'm not enjoying it as much as BF4 and BF3 single player. Good stuff: Nothing expressly stands out, except that its different from previous BF games .. cops n robbers theme, arrest ability, melee stick etc. But different doesn't necessarily mean good.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Inovates BF yet same Problems Persist

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    GaminNMacon
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    It's Battlefield! With Cops! I really enjoyed this game, for about 10-15 minutes at a time. Same BF gameplay we all know and love with some nice new additions to keep things fresh. I really enjoyed the new HotWire mode that is essentially the classic BF Conquest except now the flags are cars that must be driven around the map at high speeds in order drive down your enemy's tickets. However, much like every FrostBite based Battlefield game before it, it's not without it's share of hang ups. The most egregious to me of which is the rubber-banding. It has dogged every recent BF game and this is no exception. Every 5-10 minutes I found myself running in place for a moment only to be warped back to a previous location. We're what? 3 or 4 BF games now that have had this issue? I don't think it's ever going to truly be fixed at this point. Who knows, maybe if they actually do fix the rubber-banding some day then I'll go back and change this review score because I really did enjoy my time with the game when it worked properly. They succeeded in doing some new things with a franchise that was starting to feel stagnant and I commend them for it but not without dragging along some classic Battlefield network issues.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Fun but made for Noobs...

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    StevenG
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    Battlefield Hardline is an entertaining game especially with the change of scenery from classic war shooters to Cops vs. Robbers; however, the games multiplayer has been engineered to cater to inexperienced players. All the guns practically have no recoil and are extremely easy to get on target resulting in the quickest time to kill I've ever seen in a battlefield game. Also i feel this game has less tactics than past battlefields and more people just running around doing their own thing. (Maybe its the game modes) Team Deathmatch is the most fast paced game mode I've ever played in any console shooter. Essentially it is 64 people on small maps and the spawns are horrific. Expect to spawn and die immediately several times a game. The game tends to be dominated by Assault Rifles camping your spawn. On most game modes I've played, a decent amount of the team is ignoring the objective and just going for kills around your spawn area. This being said i pointed out the negatives I've noticed so far in about 6 hours of online play. Don't get me wrong the game is very entertaining and i feel will have some replay value down the stretch. But if you are a hardcore class Bf fan and are expecting something like Bf3 or Bf4, you will be disappointed.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Kind of generic for a Battlefield game....

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    910KILLA
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    I wasn't crazy about this game. It could be fun at times but mostly it was too repetitive and linear for my tastes. There is a lot of weapons to unlock but unfortunately none of them are very exciting to use. The stealth parts of the game are boring: You sneak up and strangle them to sleep. No gruesome kills or takedowns using a knife or some other weapon. The sound is excellent as you would expect from a Battlefield game. The graphics are a mixed bag. The cutscenes looks really good and the in game graphics are a bit bland. Also the environments and buildings are too sterile. There's not much that really brings them to life. The biggest disappointment for me was the combat. You can either go in loud or quite but either way is generic and repetitive killing the same tiresome enemies and with the same tiresome weapons over and over again. Unless you're hard up for a shooter I'd give this one a pass b/c you're certainly not missing anything. Note: This review is based solely on the campaign as I have not messed with multiplayer and normally don't with most games. I'm a campaign guy!

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fun Singleplayer, typical solid Battlefield multi

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    craigr
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    I have really enjoyed the Hardline campaign. I was pretty much hooked from the TV show style opening credits, and the acting and cut scene direction is all pretty great. The plot can feel cliche at times, but I don't think any video game can avoid that. The gameplay in single player is also a lot of fun. I like the lure and arrest mechanic a lot. I really like being able to use stealth to thin out the enemies before a fire-fight breaks out. The only grip with that is that you can spend a lot of time doing that, only to lose that progress if you die and get sent back to the checkpoint -- spending 20 minutes sneaking around arresting everyone isn't nearly as fun when you are doing it for the second time, The shooting is also very solid. It feels like Battlefield, which is a compliment in my book. The multiplayer also feels like the typical solid Battlefield experience. Not as much distruction as the last Battlefield game that i put significant time into, Bad Company 2, but in the little time i have put in, i have enjoyed the modes offered.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Action packed campaign & multi-player

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    Prevento
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    I highly recommend this game if you like playing multi-player it is nothing like your standard Battlefield or any of the other multi-player shooters out on the market. You can play as cop or play as the bad guys, robbing banks, & all kinds of criminal activity. Either side you're on the game keeps you on your toes with tons of fun, & I guarantee you have never played a shooter like this one. If you don't like playing online then dont worry, because the campaign makes you feel like you're in one of the award winning prime time cop shows that you see on TV. You'll feel like you're the lead actor in your own TV show, and you're not only the lead actor, you're also doing all of your own stunts! It's good to play the campaign first to learn the controls, plus you'll earn different badges & guns that you get to use in the multi-player. If you are looking for an action packed game that will keep you on the edge of your seat, then look no further because Hardline is the game for you!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Battlefield with Cops and Robbers

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    DeAnzaJig
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    With the plague of problems in Battlefield 4 resolved, the Frostbite 3 engine is prepared to rock and roll with cops and robbers. While not graphically impressive, Hardline does provide quite a bit of multiplayer enjoyment. Fans of the Battlefield series will enjoy the staple Conquest and TDM modes. There are some unique cops and robber modes to fit the motif. However, Visceral invented one of the funnest multiplayer modes to grace us this far. Hotwire is essentially Conquest mode with players/squads controlling sets of different vehicles on the maps. The longer you control the vehicles (5 of them), the more points you score. The more vehicles you have, the faster the opposing team loses their tickets. The result is some crazy vehicle battles with squads in cars going head to head with guns and rockets and charges. This mode presents some interesting scenarios and can be a down right blast to play. While the Frostbite engine isn't the prettiest, this game does offer some fun multiplayer experiences.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Interesting Concept - Poor Execution

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    Bspud32
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    The game itself has a great concept. The cops and robbers aspect is great. To me, it's like a combination of L.A. Noire and Splinter Cell: Double Agent. The problem I have with the game is that it is very repetitive. The maps are too similar to each other and the enemies clearly look the same. Also, the AI system could have been improved. Lastly, you're given a specific number of pieces of evidence to find in each episode. If you miss a piece, you cannot complete that particular case. It should be noted that you're working on several cases across all of the episodes. It makes it very difficult to get 100% completion. For example: I was under fire from a vehicle mounted gun. I opened a door to try and flank the vehicle, once I did this, the episode ended. But I still had four pieces of evidence to locate. There was no way to go back. On the bright side, I thought the graphics were good and the weapons had great sound.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great, but wait for a sale

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    Tyc00n10
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    I purchased this game on sale at $40, as there was no way I was paying $60 for it. Will I still rate it 5 stars, sure, because it's fun, and that's the purpose of a game, to be fun. With that said, I feel that this is all this game is worth. It's the next installation of the Battlefield series, but it just felt like more of an expansion to BF4 with the "cops and robbers" mode. Sure there's a few game modes added, but the map division for each of those is very bizzare, and forget about TDM, spawns are still messed up. Played the Alpha, Beta, and platinumed this version. Pretty easy plat too, not as grindy as the other BF games. Again, it's a fun game to pick up and get in a squad with your friends and dominate a match, but that's because nobody that plays this game uses a mic (at least in every game I've played in). Use the mic that came with your PS4, or even use some earbuds with the mic attachment. Needs more communication to solidify the experience.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Different, but that's a good thing!!

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    hiimmat
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    First, this game will take some time to load up front, a lot of time. I am really digging this version of Battlefield. However, this may not be for the hardcore Battlefield players, just because they may not like the "cops and robbers" aspect. The campaign took me about 9 hours to complete, give or take 30 minutes or so. I really liked the way it was broken into episodes as well as each new episode giving a recap of the previous one. I was able to complete several stages of the game without firing a shot, if you enjoy the stealth aspect than this game may be right for you. I have only played a few hours of multiplayer and was thouroughly impressed. I have not experieced any lag, maps are huge, and game play has been fantastic. I bought this game primarily for the multiplayer aspect so I am looking forwards to spending some time with this game.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Actually decent game

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    Yaya

    The campaign for me was fun to play and interesting. I wanted to collect all the objects in each mission to find out more of the story. I like how you can arrest people and don't have to kill them. It adds another layer to the game play and makes it feel more realistic since you play a cop. The campaign takes about 8 hours or so to beat, but if you collect all the stuff it probably adds another couple hours. The multiplayer is pretty fun to play too. It had a lot of different modes to try out and play. I felt people work together to accomplish what needed to be done in each mode. The controls was easy to use and I didn't feel over matched compared to other people who were higher levels in the multiplayer. The higher levels have unlocked more guns and accessories. A person doesn't have to play too much to unlock a lot of the stuff.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    One Of The Worst Video Game Experiences Of My Life

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    ArsonCuff
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    My headline is not over dramatic, I love Battlefield style games, but this one missed its mark. Once I got the online portion of the game to work, I did have some fun game sessions involving vehicles. However, even months after buying the game I could not access online play easily. The company could not come up with a solution why and I had to turn to Youtube videos of folks figuring out how to get around the issue. There was a "hack" trick to be able to log in and play online, but as a buyer I should not have to go through all the extra steps to join a match. I owned two copies of this game, both just the base version, both had the same issue with allowing me to log into an online match. When I did get to play the game, I felt that the other players I was trying to shoot were too tiny as graphics on my large screen.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A Different Type of Battlefield Game

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    Kevin1
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    This Battlefield definitely has a different feel to it. It is not like other Battlefield games before it. In my opinion, the single player campaign is ok. It doesn't quite feel like battlefield. When you get into the multiplayer it begins to feel more like a Battlefield game. Although, in my opinion, it doesn't quite reach the same level of satisfaction as if you were playing Battlefield 4. The lack of really interesting vehicles doesn't help. I understand they were trying something different but it just doesn't feel completely like a Battlefield game. Those things aside, the game is still fun and once you put a few hours into the mulltiplayer it will start to grow on you. Don't begin playing this game and expect what Battlefield 4 did. It is different, but still fun and entertaining in its own way.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    BF Hardline doesn’t replicate, it innovates

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    UconnGrad
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    This game is refreshing due to the game modes, environments, and the simple fact that it’s fun for anyone’s play-style. Playing every kit in multiplayer is great, and driving/flying is excellent. The multiplayer maps are smaller, so the action is much more intense than BF4 (campers are quickly pushed). Really minor issues: An increasing effort for teamwork is needed, so the games can get lopsided fast. A lot of people try to do things solo and wind up with no cash in their pockets (to buy gear). More kit weapons would be nice as well, and what player doesn’t demand more maps. This refreshing shooter is in my rotation of CODAW and BF4. Whatever shooter comes out next it will be less like BF Hardline than everything else. That’s why this game will hold value for me.

    I would recommend this to a friend