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Battlefield Bad Company 2 Game (Classics) Xbox 360

Get ready for the most spectacular FPS multiplayer experience ever! Battlefield Bad Company 2 brings the spectacular Battlefield gameplay to the forefront of next-gen consoles and PC - featuring best-in-class vehicular combat set across 8 huge sandbox maps each with a different tactical focus. New vehicles like the All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) and the UH-60 transport helicopter allow for all-new multiplayer tactics in the warzone, extensive tuning ensures that this will be the most satisfying vehicle combat experience to date. Tactical destruction is taken to new heights with the updated DICE ‘Frostbite’ engine. Players can now take down entire buildings or create their own fire points by blasting holes through cover, thereby delivering a unique experience in every match

Players can also compete in 4-player teams in 2 exclusive squad-only game modes, fighting together to unlock exclusive team awards and achievements. Spawn on your squad to get straight into the action, and use gadgets such as the tracer dart in-conjunction with the RPG to devastating effect. Excellence in the battlefield is rewarded with an extensive range of pins, insignias and stars to unlock along with 50 dedicated ranks to achieve. Variety also extends into the range of customisable kits weapons and vehicles available. With 4 distinct character classes, 46 weapons, 15 gadgets, 13 character specializations and over 15000 kit variations to discover and master players will be able to fine-tune their preferred fighting style to give them the edge in combat.

All of these features combine to deliver spectacular and unpredictable action moments found nowhere else in the genre. Battlefield Bad Company 2 is all-out multiplayer warfare at its absolute finest!

  • 8 huge multiplayer maps: Each with a different tactical and gameplay focus and set across a variety of environments
  • Ultimate online vehicle warfare: 15 land, sea and air vehicles, each with a tactical advantage during play. Race into action with the ATV or rain death from above in the UH-60 transport helicopter with its 2 side-mounted rail guns.
  • All-new squad gameplay: Team up with 3 other players and fight together to unlock special awards and achievements in 2 squad-specific game modes
  • Destruction 2.0: Take down entire buildings, create firepoints in cover or blow it up entirely! In Battlefield: Bad Company 2 there will be no place to hide!
  • Play it your way: Experiment and refine your ideal combat style with 4 character classes (medic, assault, recon and engineer), 15000 kit variations, 46 weapons (200 different customisation opportunities), 15 gadgets and 13 character specialisations
  • Awards and achievements: Combat efficiency and performance is rewarded with special awards such pins, stars and insignias

Customer Reviews

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Battlefield Bad Company 2 is a pretty good game that is a pretty good addition to the BF:BC franchise. The storyline is good but also boring at times. Overall the controls are pretty easy but sometimes frustrating. This game could be compared a bit to COD but definitely not as good. Recommended Buyers: Those who want a good shooter and gamers that liked the previous BF games.
1 4 5
by John on November 16th 2014

Battlefield Bad Company 2 is a pretty good game that is a pretty good addition to the BF:BC franchise. The storyline is good but also boring at times. Overall the controls are pretty easy but sometimes frustrating. This game could be compared a bit to COD but definitely not as good. Recommended Buyers: Those who want a good shooter and gamers that liked the previous BF games.

Im not going to lie, I bought this game purely for the multiplayer, its not that single player is bad, it definitely isn't bad, its just not for me. I wont spoil it for anyone who hasn't played it yet, but it basically gives you a front row seat in an action movie, which is fun, but only when you want to take a break from testing your skills online.Overall its a great game, a definite must buy even if you are playing Battlefield 3 at the moment.
1 5 5
by Bradley on November 5th 2012

Im not going to lie, I bought this game purely for the multiplayer, its not that single player is bad, it definitely isn't bad, its just not for me. I wont spoil it for anyone who hasn't played it yet, but it basically gives you a front row seat in an action movie, which is fun, but only when you want to take a break from testing your skills online.Overall its a great game, a definite must buy even if you are playing Battlefield 3 at the moment.

It's such a shame that the majority of the today's gamers would draw comparisons between this game and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 instead of Battlefield 2. As far as the public is aware, Bad Company 2 is a copy of Modern Warfare 2 and Battlefield 2 does not exist. As a fan of the Battlefield series since Battlefield 1942, I am extremely pleased with Bad Company 2. While many features in BF2 are not present in BC2, BC2 also brings new and amazing ideas to the Battlefield franchise. First, the good. Class system has been redone for so that there are fewer classes but more things to do with each class. I always felt BF2 had an unnecessarily large amount of classes that are too restricted to a single function. In BC2, each class has a perfect balance of skills and you'll find yourself learning to love each of them and utilizing them to their full potential. Another pro would be the command button instead of the command rose. The command rose was very full featured but it took too much time to select a command. The new command button allows you to point your crosshairs at something and issue a single order depending what you are pointing at. This works very well because you can quickly spot enemies and ask for assistance much faster than with the command rose. The destructible environments is a powerful and realistic factor. A sniper in the window can quickly be killed by a grenade launcher. Mortar strikes can completely bring down buildings. In BC2, camping is significantly more difficult because of the frailty of your cover. The final and most important positive change in BC2 for me is the new game mode, Rush. Rush is am amazing mode in wish you play as attacker or defender and try to make your way through a map destroying MCOM stations or defending them until the attackers reinforcement ticket is down. In this game mode, you will always know where your enemy is coming from and you will be planting bombs instead of capturing flags for no apparent reason, just like in real life war. This objective-based game mode really makes the game feel more cinematic and even though I get tired or multiplayer games easily, I can still play Rush on BC2 again and again and again. Now for the cons. First of all, most of these cons are mostly Battlefield 2 related. Bad Company 2 was not intended to replace Battlefield 2, that's what Battlefield 3 is for. Bad Company was supposed to be a single player driven game with a fun little multipler on the side. Since that didn't work so well in the first game, they made it more Battlefield-like in the second. Anywho: No bots. Not really surprised but it's an important feature to me. I'm really hoping they make an appearance in Battlefield 3. No jets. I'm quite positive this will also show up in Battlefield 3. Only 32 player maps. Not really surprised again but would like to see 64 or maybe even 100 player maps. Hell, put in as many players as our modern day machines can handle, like MAG. On that note, no Commander Mode. With BC2's 32 player maps, this isn't as big of a problem, but I would like to see this in BF3. Large amount of players need direction, just like in real combat. I'm really hoping they don't scrap the command mode just because BF3 is going on consoles. Last but most importantly of all, no privately hosted servers and LAN. This is my biggest complaint and the one that I fear will most likely seep into Battlefield 3. With MW2, Infinity Ward killed dedicated servers. Now every developer thinks they can be the knight in shining armor by offering dedicated servers, but only when rented through official partners. Why shouldn't I be allowed to LAN with my buddy and kill bots like in BF2. I really hope DICE will bring back LAN in BF3, but unfortunately it doesn't look like they really will. Bad Company 2 and Mass Effect 2 are definitely the best releases so far this year. Those faint of heart and impatient are better of playing Modern Warfare 2 where the learning curve is nonexistent, but those striving for a more immersive battlefield experience definitely need to play Bad Company 2. PS: There are some complaint going on about the amount of horsepower needed to run this game well on PC. I have an AMD x4 955, 4gb RAM, and 5850 and I run this game full on 1920x1080. While I would normally agree with users and say this game should be more lenient on the technical side, this really is a fantastic looking game, almost (not quite) on the level of Crysis. That I can experience playing a Battlefield game on this level of beauty is something I really just cannot call a con.
1 5 5
by Samuel on October 24th 2012

It's such a shame that the majority of the today's gamers would draw comparisons between this game and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 instead of Battlefield 2. As far as the public is aware, Bad Company 2 is a copy of Modern Warfare 2 and Battlefield 2 does not exist. As a fan of the Battlefield series since Battlefield 1942, I am extremely pleased with Bad Company 2. While many features in BF2 are not present in BC2, BC2 also brings new and amazing ideas to the Battlefield franchise. First, the good. Class system has been redone for so that there are fewer classes but more things to do with each class. I always felt BF2 had an unnecessarily large amount of classes that are too restricted to a single function. In BC2, each class has a perfect balance of skills and you'll find yourself learning to love each of them and utilizing them to their full potential. Another pro would be the command button instead of the command rose. The command rose was very full featured but it took too much time to select a command. The new command button allows you to point your crosshairs at something and issue a single order depending what you are pointing at. This works very well because you can quickly spot enemies and ask for assistance much faster than with the command rose. The destructible environments is a powerful and realistic factor. A sniper in the window can quickly be killed by a grenade launcher. Mortar strikes can completely bring down buildings. In BC2, camping is significantly more difficult because of the frailty of your cover. The final and most important positive change in BC2 for me is the new game mode, Rush. Rush is am amazing mode in wish you play as attacker or defender and try to make your way through a map destroying MCOM stations or defending them until the attackers reinforcement ticket is down. In this game mode, you will always know where your enemy is coming from and you will be planting bombs instead of capturing flags for no apparent reason, just like in real life war. This objective-based game mode really makes the game feel more cinematic and even though I get tired or multiplayer games easily, I can still play Rush on BC2 again and again and again. Now for the cons. First of all, most of these cons are mostly Battlefield 2 related. Bad Company 2 was not intended to replace Battlefield 2, that's what Battlefield 3 is for. Bad Company was supposed to be a single player driven game with a fun little multipler on the side. Since that didn't work so well in the first game, they made it more Battlefield-like in the second. Anywho: No bots. Not really surprised but it's an important feature to me. I'm really hoping they make an appearance in Battlefield 3. No jets. I'm quite positive this will also show up in Battlefield 3. Only 32 player maps. Not really surprised again but would like to see 64 or maybe even 100 player maps. Hell, put in as many players as our modern day machines can handle, like MAG. On that note, no Commander Mode. With BC2's 32 player maps, this isn't as big of a problem, but I would like to see this in BF3. Large amount of players need direction, just like in real combat. I'm really hoping they don't scrap the command mode just because BF3 is going on consoles. Last but most importantly of all, no privately hosted servers and LAN. This is my biggest complaint and the one that I fear will most likely seep into Battlefield 3. With MW2, Infinity Ward killed dedicated servers. Now every developer thinks they can be the knight in shining armor by offering dedicated servers, but only when rented through official partners. Why shouldn't I be allowed to LAN with my buddy and kill bots like in BF2. I really hope DICE will bring back LAN in BF3, but unfortunately it doesn't look like they really will. Bad Company 2 and Mass Effect 2 are definitely the best releases so far this year. Those faint of heart and impatient are better of playing Modern Warfare 2 where the learning curve is nonexistent, but those striving for a more immersive battlefield experience definitely need to play Bad Company 2. PS: There are some complaint going on about the amount of horsepower needed to run this game well on PC. I have an AMD x4 955, 4gb RAM, and 5850 and I run this game full on 1920x1080. While I would normally agree with users and say this game should be more lenient on the technical side, this really is a fantastic looking game, almost (not quite) on the level of Crysis. That I can experience playing a Battlefield game on this level of beauty is something I really just cannot call a con.

The story is UNREAL! The multiplayer is UNREAL! The Vietnam add on is UNREAL! This game is UNREAL! For those of you who LOVE FPS - this game is a MUST play! I loved it! I would play it again! The story has comical elements, a strong easy to follow sequence and a mystery that must be solved by four bordering on AWAL soldiers. 4.5/5 APACHE117X
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by Oliver on October 23rd 2012

The story is UNREAL! The multiplayer is UNREAL! The Vietnam add on is UNREAL! This game is UNREAL! For those of you who LOVE FPS - this game is a MUST play! I loved it! I would play it again! The story has comical elements, a strong easy to follow sequence and a mystery that must be solved by four bordering on AWAL soldiers. 4.5/5 APACHE117X

An interesting game which may feel on par with the Call of Duty series. However this title has a story mode which is at times boring or hard to follow and the controls can feel annoying. The multiplayer is some what better to talk about due to its use of team play and tactical strategies, this game is also not for the casual gamer. The visuals are impressive and will capture you through character models and scenery. A good title for serious shooter fans only.
1 4 5
by Vien on October 20th 2012

An interesting game which may feel on par with the Call of Duty series. However this title has a story mode which is at times boring or hard to follow and the controls can feel annoying. The multiplayer is some what better to talk about due to its use of team play and tactical strategies, this game is also not for the casual gamer. The visuals are impressive and will capture you through character models and scenery. A good title for serious shooter fans only.

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Teen / Mature
HDTV 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Genre First Person Shooter, Role-Playing Game

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