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Battlefield 1 review
by David Brentlinger

To start, I'll just say that graphics, audio, and overall immersion was absolutely incredible with this game.  I wish every action game could be made with that sweet Frostbite engine.

The story was very interesting.  I'm not very knowledgeable about the events that took place in WWI (I've always been more interested in WWII), but I can only assume that most of these events were based on actual people and battles that happened during "The Great War".  Although each story was extremely short, especially if you just sprint through the entirety, the short time we got to know these characters and the acts of heroism and valor they performed was good enough to make me like them and sad when they died.

The campaign AI and sneaking is very iffy.  Just get really good at mad dashing towards people and melee them to death.  The enemy NPCs have the wonderful "truesight" where, no matter what kind of noise you make, will attract them straight to you.  Even if you throw a grenade 25 yards away, they know where it originated from!

I didn't play the multiplayer because I already know what that's like.  I've played every BF game before this one like a crack addict and so I didn't want to return down that path haha!

If you're a fan of the Battlefield series or WWI, I highly recommend checking this out.