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"Clever girl." -Robert Muldoon, 0.8 seconds before getting his shit ruined by paleo-tactics
It's happened to all of us. Well, okay... maybe not the literal evisceration. Or the jungle hunting showdown. I suppose the velociraptor part probably is out of the question as well. But every gamer and, dare I say it, every person, has at one point in life had his/her tidy little plan blown to bits by superior planning and execution.
Literal or otherwise.
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EA has consistently marketed the idea of having "a Battlefield moment." Truth be told, until you've played a Battlefield game, you won't understand what it's like to bail out of a burning helicopter, land on a building and snipe someone 3 seconds before the floor beneath you collapses and everyone in the rubble dies.
I highly recommend Battlefield Bad Company 2 as one of the best multiplayer FPS offerings available, featuring solid gameplay, addictive (but balanced) leveling perks, amazing graphics, powerful bass-rich sounds, and unparalleled destructibility.
The only negative to BFBC2 is its weak single-player component, which was neutered in favor of the more serious multiplayer component.