Battlefield Vs. Need for Speed January 5, 2010Posted by pcgamesmagazine in Uncategorized.
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There are many PC Games available outhere all with different genres and new graphics. Battlefield gives an introduction to the older years that you can find hours of enjoyment.
There is also Need for Speed Racing Game, which in choosing is found to be another very engaging pc game.
The Battlefield series of games have both computer and video games for several of the different consoles. The saga began with the PC and Mac game Battlefield 1942.
The games are developed by Digital Illusions CE and published by Electronic Arts.
One peculiarity of the series is its multiplayer mode that somehow has always been the vanguard for the rest of the market, adding the first vehicles in both campaign and online mode, and being the precursor of Conquest mode — game mode that determines the winner according to who dominates over the map through some checkpoints, bases or flags which players must capture and hold. Also because of his seniority, this game has been one of the best military battle of all time. Despite its arcade nature, has helped many people to realize what is the real war. As described by Karl Magnus Troedsson, senior producer at DICE in an interview by the departure of Battlefield: Bad Company, “the heart of DICE’s multiplayer games is the frenetic nature unpredictable, where anything can happen at any time total […] freedom to adapt to and tackle challenges in creative ways to Battlefield-style. ”
Need for Speed:
Need for Speed (in Spanish Need for speed) is a racing video game series published by Electronic Arts, available in PC, Gamecube, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360, Playstation, Playstation 2, Playstation 3, PSP, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, Iphone. It is an arcade racing game / simulator, which takes to the streets, roads and motorways real cars, SUVs and sports among others, which were recently incorporated tuning options.
Currently the series has 14 games, with almost a launch per year from 1994 to 2009. Each new game has new features and different styles of play. Including, more cars, more realism, music, new tracks and more.