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This review is from: Battlefield 4 Xbox 360 Game
Pros: Single player;
Playing single player on Battlefield is what you would expect. It's short and sweet. The campaign takes <10 hours to complete if you know what your doing. The story is much like a Hollywood action movie rather than a military simulation. That isn't a bad thing specially with today's youth who want instant gratification (Although I would prefer more realism). There are big explosions, plot twists, and many moments that leave you saying 'wow, I can't believe that just happened.' There are a few flaws with single player. More than a few times I found myself being pinned down by gunfire only to have enemies spawn right beside me out of thin air and kill me. This happened way more than it should. Also on several occasions the mission progress seemed to get stuck and I could not go any further unless I restarted from a check point. I managed to make it through the campaign without these flaws detracting from my overall experience and knowing Dice/EA they should have this patched in no time.
Now this is the meat and potatoes of a Battlefield game. The sounds of the game are amazing specially on a nice pair of headphones. The gameplay remains similar to BF3 while also feeling more fluid and natural. The maps are a bit on the smaller side like BF3 but feel much larger and detailed a definite step up from last iteration. The unlocks and leveling move at a nice pace without being too easy and vehicles are just as fun as you might think they would be. The only flaws I found so far with MP is sometimes the textures won't load on my gun right away making it impossible to look down the sights and sometimes the bipod on some guns wont deploy instantly, also a problem in BF3.
I think a few patches will do this game good but as it stands it is an easy 4/5 for any Battlefield fan or a shooter fan in general. If the games looks and plays this good on current gen I CAN'T WAIT to see it live on next gen.
Cons: See above.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: G.SKILL 32GB microSDHC Flash Card w/ SD Adapter Model FF-TSDG32GA-C10
-Great low price
Cons: Nothing as of yet.
Other Thoughts: Using this in my Samsung Infuse and it plays music and movies great. Plays movies in 720p and no skipping or lagging. Tons of room.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Amazing Screen
-Records HD video
-Unlocked and not branded to a network
-Runs games, and video FAST
-Came loaded with Gingerbread
Cons: -Bottom 4 buttons do at times seem a little unresponsive, might be the otter-box blocking them a bit but not enough to where I would deduct and egg.
-Box was open and I can tell the phone had been handled. The plastic screen protectors were still on. I am sure this was to update the phone. I am totally okay with this.
Other Thoughts: I am using this phone with Straight Talk and so far so good. Really digging this phone. Compared to other unlocked phones prices, I think this is the most bang for the buck right now.
Why are people complaining about the missing HDMI adapter? No where is that listed here or in the pictures. Do not expect to get something not included here.
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