posted on Feb, 1 2012 @ 02:55 PM
Honestly, I love BOTH games for different reasons like the above posted stated, but not for the same reasons. Let me break it down;
When it comes to realism, Battlefield #s ALL OVER Modern Warfare 3. When you play the game, campaign or multiplayer, you feel like you're in the war,
not just handling some controller going through the movements. The graphics are simply amazing, the sound is great, the character's movements are
just jaw-dropping, it's truly the closest you can get to the actual experience. After playing some online matches on BF3 then switching immediately
after to MW3 I felt like I was on crack the way the soldier runs around the maps like he's got rocket boots or something. Battlefield is where it's
at for realism.
When it comes to online play they both have their advantages and disadvantages. The not being able to back out of lobbies and no split-screen for
Battlefield is a HUGEEEEE let down, almost unacceptable but I learned to get over it because of the amazing features this game has. If you want to
play online with your friends then Call Of Duty is the way to go, it's more user-friendly by a long shot. However if you want to play online at home
by yourself then go with Battlefield because you can't beat the experience. Like I said, you feel like you're in the war (well I do at least). Would
you rather know you're playing a game or feel like the bullets are whizzing by your head without it actually happening?
Now onto the campaign's; I really loved both. Modern Warfare 3 was great because it tied up the whole story that started with the previous games,
although it was a bit of the same thing there were new additions that made it really enjoyable. The missions aren't too long so it's a fairly easy
campaign to beat in a reasonable amount of time. Battlefield 3's campaign mode was awesome too. The story was (kinda) fresh to me, and the way they
executed it was just perfect. The scenes in between missions are sweet, it gives it a real personal feel as they want you to relate to the main
character. The missions are long in this campaign and sometimes can be tedious but worth every minute of it. You should install the game to your hard
drive so it runs smoother otherwise the HD loading can be annoying and audio can be delayed which will ruin the experience. The ending was great,
leaving it upon for a possible sequel was a smart decision because if they make another game I'll DEFINITELY be buying a copy.
Hope you gamers found that constructive, I did this run down for you because I just love both games so much!