Bravo 2 are back, and are wanting to go home more than ever.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Preston Marlowe (voice)
George Gordon Haggard, Jr. (voice)
Richard Lynson ...
Clarence Sweetwater (voice)
Aleksandar Mikic ...
Kirilenko (voice)
Braidwood (voice) (as Bill Roberts)
Flynn / Faradey (voice)
Robert G. Slade ...
Owens (voice)
Aguire (voice)
Mikey O'Conner ...
McKee (voice)
Watanabe (voice)
Jun Yamazaki ...
Japanese Soldier (voice)
Oleg Mirochnikov ...
Russian Soldier / Russian Assault (MP) (voice)
Russian Soldier / Russian Recon (MP) (voice)
Kirill Radtsig ...
Russian Soldier / Russian Medic (MP) (voice)


Bravo 2 finds themselves back in the action again, this time they are after a device that was used back in WWII. They don't have any idea about the device, and are soon contacted by Special Operations Division. Things start to take a turn for the worse when the weapon falls into the wrong hands; if Bravo 2 don't find the device soon, their home will be a pile of bricks. Written by Matt.C

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If you let the game "idle in game" for a few minutes, the 4 main soldiers will have funny banter between each other. See more »


In the intro of the first mission, taking place in October 1944, a US commando NCO says "we (the US) have the atomic bomb". The US did not yet have any atomic bombs at that time, and it is very unlikely for a non-com to have been aware of the Manhattan Project at that time, or for such a soldier to be sent behind enemy lines (where the mission takes place), risking capture and interrogation. See more »


Sweetwater: [while fighting in the Andes Mountains] Jesus, where are we, Hoth?
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Follows Battlefield: Vietnam (2004) See more »

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some complications, but still amazing
7 April 2010 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

DICE's game Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is an intense modern warfare FPS shooter game that is mainly based on online play. Bad company 2 relies on vehicular game-play, massive sandbox multi-player and single-player maps and destruction.

Bad company 2 (and the first one) is powered by DICE's frostbite engine which allows for tactical destruction. In the first bad company a man could blow a hole in a wall, crumbling cover or making new paths. Bad company 2 makes its destruction even better, by making its destruction even smaller and larger. Multiple shots at a wall will make small chunks of the wall chip off, this is probably the most impressive new destruction system in the new bad company 2. You can also have the ability to take down whole buildings, unfortunately, each building collapses are not dynamic, and therefore the animation of the building collapsing is the exact same for every building for the same type.

The campaign of bad company 2 could use some improvement, instead of the sandbox style campaign in the first bad company DICE has chosen to make the campaign to be a one way campaign. Although this is good for a first time play it is severely lacking in replay novelty. The storyline also could use some improvement, the storyline is not original, so it may be a good storyline you may find it to be quite familiar. There is also a whole between bad company 1 and bad company 2 campaigns, this leaves some unanswered questions.

Multiplayer is quite balanced and is very entertaining. There are 4 kits which are quite customizable. the game-play is very entertaining, and you don't necessarily have to kill anyone else to get points, for example if your a medic, you can heal people, which will give you quite a lot o points, this really rewards teamwork. Bad company 2 relies on team work, which can be very frustrating if your team isn't playing the game seriously. also the range and realistic ballistics of this game assures for no "spraying" (shooting from the hip without aiming) as bullets do drop down due to gravity and people who "spray" will find themselves losing.

In conclusion bad company 2 is a refreshing, balanced and competitive game, it could use some improvement in the campaign and there are some small frustrations that can lead you to become very frustrated. Frustration aside this game is an amazing game that is a must buy for war FPS lovers,

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