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Battlefield Hardline Review

Beast Gamer Kuma

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Battlefield as many of us gamers know is one of the biggest multiplayer games out there with crazy tactics and strategic combat. It is not uncommon for a franchise to change things up in their series whereas BF went from 1942 to Modern Combat, to 2042 and now we have hardline which is more modern day. However the twist we have Cops vs. Robbers game mechanics which has not been done in FPS style before. Does it mesh well? Let’s find out.

Playstation 4 vs Xbox One – The First Year


Iselynne is a viking and passionate gamer who finds it really awkward to write about them-self in third person. They are currently fighting a severe addiction to chocolate milk and their favourite Pokémon is Bulbasaur.

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It might feel like the Playstation 4 and the Xbox One were released a very short time ago, but this November marks the first year anniversary of their respective initial releases. The running up to these hotly anticipated releases could be considered every bit as eventful at the actual launches themselves. Sony and Microsoft were spending a lot of effort, time, and money trying to convince gamers that their system was the superior choice. While Sony focused on the core gamers and selling the PS4 as a gaming platform, Microsoft wanted the Xbox One to be the one and only box you needed in your living room for any gaming, TV or movie needs. Some of the promises and new inventions that were planned for the systems were celebrated while others turned into huge controversies that only served to alienate the very audience the publishers had sought to attract. In the end, several polls and predictions suggested that the PS4 was the preferred console of the vast majority of the gaming community, and early sales numbers supported this hypothesis. However, it is now one year later and a lot has happened in twelve months. Has the prophecy about the doom of the Xbox come true, or has Microsoft managed to convince enough people to embrace their new system to let them stand side by side with Sony in terms of sold units? We take a look at the first year of the PS4 vs. Xbox One generation to get an idea of what their future might hold.