Tripwire's a group on the rise and their occasional throwbacks to this game through seasonal events and updates makes us feel loved. It's simple but it can be bastard hard when you want it to be, grab a mic or at least some friends and get ready for a bullet-eating feeding frenzy.
Excellent game, cool armors, improved weapons, more polished, however: One glaring problem is the exclusion of features that were normally included in the console versions. Namely, Elite Armors. Still, Riot Armor is good enough for me. :) I am happy with the product, if not a little sad that Visceral Games/EA dislikes us PC gamers. ):
Maps are very tiny compared to BBC2, snipers have lots of advantage because of numerous cover, LOTS of chokepoints to stop enemy teams dead cold, vehicles are slightly more fragile but only an RPG can do serious damage, and there's still the problem of stacking. Without some sort of embedded team-shuffle system like in the numerously patched, user-friendly TeamFortress2, many buyers are likely to think that some maps are too one-sided to be worth the $15 price-tag.
Personally, I know it's all abou the level of skill and experience, something that DICE has yet to understand as Valve does.