Battlefield 2: Modern Combat (Original Xbox) by Electronic Arts

Battlefield 2: Modern Combat (Xbox) by Electronic Arts Box Art

North Amercian Release Date: October 26, 2005.

Region(s) Released: North America, Europe, Japan

High Definition Resolutions Supported: 480p
Average Overall Score:
9.00 / 10


It’s go time, soldier. Prepare yourself for twenty-first-century warfare in Battlefield: Modern Combat™. The award-winning Battlefield franchise is coming to Xbox, and the action is going to be fierce. Engage the enemy at the world’s most dangerous hot spots with a team of grunts at your side to help you survive the frenzied close-quarters combat. Use all the high-powered tools at your disposal—assault rifles, shotguns, machine guns, and machines of modern war including tanks, fighter jets, helicopters, and more. This is no minor skirmish—this is all-out war.


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User Reviews

Score: 90
Overall User Average: 9.00 / 10 (90.0%)
Gameplay User Average: 9.00 / 10
Graphics User Average: 9.50 / 10
Sound User Average: 9.00 / 10
Date reviewed: August 24, 2006.


I like this game, it is very very very addicting, I finally got over the addiction, went back to Halo 2, lol, get this game unless it is dirt cheap, IF you aren't going to take it online, AMAZING online play!
Gameplay: Yeah, yeah, it's all good. singleplayer is pretty fun, but compared to online play it is nothing but target practice.

I like to jump right into online with games, and I did with this one, it is aweso
Graphics: Awesome!

You won't be disappointed, the graphics give the gameplay a sweet sense of realism.
All around good visually, especially for being on the xbox.
Sound: Good good, lots of different sounds to keep it sounding like a changing battlefield, unlike blackhawk down where you here everything nomatter how close it
Suggestions: Little trouble with online servers, connecting and lagging out, can make the singleplayer more fun by trying to incorporate a little haloish stuff in.

Overall: 90 %
Gameplay: 100 %
Graphics: 100 %
Sound: 100 %

Date reviewed: October 29, 2005.

Overall: Great single player and awesome multiplayer. Need a better selection on music but hey, cant have it all. Single player mode you will Hotswap to different players to complete your task. Use whatever weapon, vehicle, WHATEVER to complete the mission. Multiplayer, use EVERYTHING! Awesome!!
Gameplay: Button config is good, could have tweaked the stance button on how its used, shouldnt have to cycle through all to get what you want. Firing is right now, dont have to wonder the aiming point to hit someone. First person in single mode is good, IMO third person would be nice addition. Online game play is great, just one thing, FIX THE DAMN SERVERS.
Graphics: Great environments, alot of hiding spots, visuals look great on HD. Great layouts for all types of players, snipers will love most of the maps.
Sound: Could have done better, but whos listening to the music when the bullets are flying? Next time this area could use some work.
Suggestions: Third person option would be nice. Single player mode is great, difficulty on the game is right on. ONLINE PLAY!!! PLEASE, PLEASE fix the servers. Nothing like getting into a room with friends to be bounced out. Look EA, if your gonna make games for online, you really need to put more effort into the servers, this isnt the first game I have bought from you where the online gameplay sucked. This game could be a solid 5, but until you fix the servers and lag, 4 is at best.

Overall: 90 %
Gameplay: 80 %
Graphics: 90 %
Sound: 80 %

Battlefield 2: Modern Combat News

New Levels For Battlefield 2
Xbox Live users will enjoy a free download of new gameplay for Battlefield 2. Expect new levels and vehicles.

Battlefield 2 For Xbox Parachutes To Retail
I know a lot of you guys wore out that demo a few months back. Now the full version is shipping to stores. Get ready for World War III.

Battlefield 2: Modern Combat Goes Gold
Battlefield 2 is golden. Are you ready go live and die at my hands? How about at my feet?

Battlefield: Modern Combat Delayed
EA and Digital Illusions confirmed today that Battlefield: Modern Combat has been delayed until Autumn 2005. The reason for the delay was so they could add an all new single player mode.

EA Mailbag Q & A Regarding Battlefield
EA recently took the time to respond to several emails they received from excited gamers regarding Battlefield: Modern Combat. See what EA had to say inside.

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