There’s a bit of an issue with STAR WARS Battlefront‘s DLC (the ones you need a season pass or pay separately for). The new one, Outer Rim, came with two new heroes, at least one new game style (that’s not yet available on the other maps), and some additional new maps.
Thing is, much like the Night Ops addition to Battlefield 4, it rotates the game mode as well as the maps … and only the new maps. So, after playing a round or two of, say, Extraction, you end up playing a round of Heroes vs Villains … and not everyone is always up for that …
I’ve been a big fan of the Battlefield 4 game for a while on the PS3 (and some of the review will reference BF4 as a comparison). While there is Battlefield: Hardline (which I’ve not played, as the setting seems a bit contrived to me), and a new game in the series on the way, one of the spiritual successors of the game is Star Wars: Battlefront. Continue reading Star Wars: Battlefront
This is certainly a long game, covering each of the six Star Wars movies, each with six chapters in them (usually four are essentially 3rd person shooters, almost 2D style, and two are “flying” chapters – IE, Death Star attack, or the asteroid field flight of the Millenium Falcon). Continue reading Lego Star Wars: Complete Saga