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4 hours only???? What a disappointment... but they want you to spend 60 Cheeseburgers on it!
Yet another reason why I don't give these people my money. while 60 bucks is not going to make you or break you, for a Solo/Campaign Gamer like me, it is daylight robbery and it should be illegal for them to try to clover us with it.
4 hours for a Campaign should be worth no more than 15 or 20 bucks.
Companies are greedy but they are also stupid in the sense that, instead of spending millions of dollars trying to stop piracy, they should spend that money in making a good and decent Campaign Game, a kickass MP, sell the game for 15 to 20 bucks and for those of you who only care about MP, then they should charge the rest of the 40 bucks, because lets face it and lets be honest, whatever updates/patches come down, they will help, for the most part (I say a good 90%) the MP... updates/patches/help for the Campaign are almost none existent.
Oh well, this is my rant for today... I will wait for Jan or Feb when the game is in the Bin Dept for 5 bucks. This is getting to be the norm for me anyways meanwhile, I will go to my friend's house and test it out, he should be buying it any day now, he just can't wait... it sucks not to have his money
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|30 Oct 2013||#10|
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Who buys Battlefield for single player anyway?
If you do, you're wasting your money. BF has always been about the MP. The only BF game that really even tried with a SP campaign was Bad Company and it's sequel. Even then, the main focus was still on MP.
Complaining about BF's SP is like buying a Ford Fiesta and complaining because it doesn't have a cargo bed and the hauling capabilities of the F-150. It wasn't designed to be a pickup truck, it's just a small car.
BF single player is nothing but a glorified tutorial for the MP. That's pretty much it, and that's how it's always been.
If you're buying BF for the single player game, you're wasting your money. If you're buying it for the MP, then it's worth the money. That's not accidental, because BF is not designed to be played in SP. The SP campaign is just an afterthought to give newbies a place to learn the ropes without being sniped every five seconds by someone who has been playing BF for ten years.
It gets me every time I see all this complaining about SP in BF. If you want SP in a shooter, play something else. There are plenty of games that are designed to be played that way. Battlefield is not and has never been one of them. That's actually -why- it's called 'Battlefield'. Because it's designed for large scale multiplayer battles above all else.
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