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The Battlefield series is a favorite around the office at IGN. It offers up a unique shooter experience that you don’t find elsewhere in a “realistic” setting. Vehicles and infantry move realistically, and weapons have firing cones and rates that mimic actual life fairly closely (balanced for fun, of course). More importantly, the pace of the game is undeniably fun, and the “Battlefield moments” like helicopters getting sideswiped by planes, tanks exploding, bodies catapulting across the sky, and so on, are all so frickin’ cool that it’s near impossible to stop playing. Battlefield 2 is a lot like the original 1942, in that respect. But this time around, the developers at DICE and publishers at EA have set out to create a more team-oriented experience with their official sequel, and they’ve done a terrific job at that.
Battlefield 2 is a great game. After playing for quite a few hours (often shirking other responsibilities), I and pretty much everyone else here at IGN will heartily recommend BF2 to fans of the series and beg those who haven’t played before or didn’t like the original to give the demo a whirl. Any game that can make a large group of editors take a Saturday and play for 14 hours straight until 4:30 in the morning has to be pretty awesome… It’s just not perfect.
Battlefield 2 is set in the near future, where plausible conflicts between the US and both China and the Middle East Coalition (a fictional faction) flare up. Most of the battle locations seem to center around oil fields, refineries or dams, which makes a kind of sense given the conflicts. Each of these areas also comes with a small description about the purpose of the map, which helps explain things a bit.
Twelve different locations make Battlefield’s battlefields. Maps aren’t as diverse as I would have liked them to be but are still pretty well thought-out. Some environments are better than others in terms of gameplay, while a few simply look cool. Strike at Karkand, for instance, is an excellent map. It combines fast-paced gameplay with good amounts of strategy in an urban setting. It’s got a claustrophobic appeal that makes the experience much more intense. It’s a perfect map for tightly grouped infantry combat, and I suspect it’ll become a favorite of those that prefer a match without a ton of huge vehicles. On the other side of the spectrum is Kubra Dam, which I have a strong distaste for. While the dam does look really cool (particularly when flying around in a helicopter), this particular map is a huge pain in the ass to navigate without a vehicle — enough so that it creates a vortex of fun so that those of us in the office who have been playing now have little faith that it’ll get any better with time.
The rest of the maps offer a varying degree of good and concentrate on various parts of the game, but it’s easy to want more distinct environments. The maps in 1942 were more impressively diverse in nature than Battlefield 2′s. They covered areas like Stalingrad, Berlin, the Battle of the Bulge, Wake Island, El Alamein, Midway… They all had a very different feel; you were on a different map every time you played. It’s not as diverse this time around. Some of the maps feel very similar to others and, in fact, even look very similar to others. When you’ve got a fictional war between three factions, it seems like you could do whatever you wished with the creation of maps. Jerusalem, Europe, Russia, Indonesia, and Taiwan all come to mind as potential areas of interest. I suppose some of the relative lack of variety comes from the need to create art for each of the areas, and considering the higher detail, it might be a bigger task than before. Still, what isavailable ranges from good to excellent.
One of the more interesting things about each map in Battlefield 2 is that there are three versions, depending on the number of players participating. 16, 32 and 64-player flavors are all provided. The difference between 16 and 32-player fields is pretty huge. Maps set to 16 cut the size of the combat zone down considerably to allow players to find each other quickly and fight over a small number of total capture points. The differences between the 32 and 64 player maps can be less dramatic. While there are some maps that expand the territory noticeably, there are those that simply add a tiny amount (or no amount) of extra room along with a spawn point or two.
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PC Game Battle Field 2 PC Requirement
|Minimum System Requirements:||Recommended System Requirements:|
|CPU:||1.7 Ghz *||CPU:||2.4 Ghz *|
|RAM:||512 MB||RAM:||1 GB|
|VGA:||NVidia GeForce FX 5700, ATI Radeon 8500 or ATI Radeon 9500 with 128 Mb of RAM **||VGA:||Video Card with at least 256 Mb of RAM **|
|DX:||DirectX 9.0c||DX:||DirectX 9.0c|
|OS:||Windows XP (32 Bit Version)||OS:||Windows XP (32 Bit Version)|
|HDD:||2.3 GB free hard drive space or more||HDD:||2.3 GB free hard drive space or more|
|Sound:||DirectX 9.0c compatible||Sound:||Sound Blaster X-Fi series recommended|
|ODD:||8x or faster CD/DVD drive||ODD:||8x or faster CD/DVD drive|
|Network:||Broadband (Cable, DSL, or a faster) connection. Internet or Network (2-64 players).||Network:||Broadband (Cable, DSL, or a faster) connection. Internet or Network (2-64 players).|
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