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Battlefield Hardline Deluxe Edition - Xbox One

Platform : Xbox One
Rated: Mature
95 customer reviews

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  • Cops & Criminals Meet in a World Full of Crime - Lead your crew as detective Nick Mendoza in an episodic crime drama single player Campaign or as cops and criminals in intense high-speed Battlefield multiplayer. You're on one side of the law or the other - time to hit the streets.
  • Seize and Detain - More money, more problems. Take control using new tactics to gather intel, obtain warrants and takedown with non-lethal force to make his arrests. Secure the cash in a thrilling new battlefield playground.
  • The Fastest Battlefield Ever - Fulfill your need for speed in thrilling new action packed modes that make for intense and fluid gameplay. Hop in new powerful muscle cars, sleek bikes or even give your whole crew a lift in transport or armored trucks.
  • New Gadgets, New Strategies - New maps and gadgets change the way you play. Use grappling hooks and ziplines to scale city buildings and zip across the city with the cash. No matter the strategy, teamwork will be essential to running the turf war.
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Platform: Xbox One | Edition: Deluxe

Get a piece of the action in Battlefield™ Hardline, a fresh, new take on Battlefield that allows you to live out your cops and criminal fantasy.

Combining an emotionally-driven single player story inspired by popular TV crime dramas, and an all-out-war multiplayer on the streets of Los Angeles and Miami, Hardline delivers the most complete FPS on the market.

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Platform: Xbox One | Edition: Deluxe
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  • Item Weight: 3.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 17, 2015
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,172 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy on March 23, 2015
Platform for Display: Xbox OneEdition: Deluxe
Battlefield Hardline is a very good game. People complain too much because most all of the revI ewers are comparing this to Battlefield 4. You cannot do that! They are completely different games. Dice obviously wanted to change it up from regular warfare so get over it! The graphics are very clean and definitely gives you the next gen feel.

The campaign:
The campaign is very unique as it is set up in a tv show fashion. It is action packed with plenty of collectibales to find. The story isn't very original, but the ending definitely has a twist I didn't see coming. All in all one of the better battlefield campaigns I've played.

Multiplayer: yes Hardline multiplayer comes with the original game modes conquest and TDM. As I mentioned earlier this is NOT battlefield 4 so don't expect tanks and anti air tanks etc. It is fun and better in its own way. Heist is very fun if you like robbing banks/ defending them as cops. They also have a hostage game mode, a very fast paced mode called hotelier which seems to be a favorite of people. Multiplayer servers are perfect, haven't run into problems. So over all the multiplayer is solid

All in all this is a very good and unique addition to the Battlefield series and I do recommend any previous battlefield players to play this. Definitely 10/10 rating
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By WASTELAND RAVEN on March 17, 2015
Platform for Display: Xbox OneEdition: Deluxe
**Update 4/14/15: Servers have continued to improve and Visceral has announced the first wave of patches/balances coming soon. I also now HIGHLY recommend the “Blood Money” game-mode as it’s very fun and very well designed for most maps; Blood Money is a bit of a mix of neutral Capture-the-flag and base defense. I have logged roughly a hundred hours online across all game-modes and still find the multiplayer enjoyable.**

It could be too early to say, but I dare say the verdict is in: BF Hardline doesn't suck (and is fun too). After EA/DICE totally screwed the pooch with the release of BF4, Hardline by some miracle works far better than anyone could have expected. After plopping down around 16 hours in the Beta, 10 hours through EA access, and another 4+ hours last night (release day) I would be lying if I said my experience was anything less than satisfactory. Most surprising is that the single player campaign is actually somewhat decent and focuses more on stealth and gadgets then huge war-like battles, though it’s not perfect and a few of the game mechanics are a bit silly (such as flashing your badge to instantly make enemies surrender to you, lol).

BFH plays like a Battlefield and Call of Duty crossover, in the best and worst ways possible. Like BF you expect open maps with lots of vantage & entry points with a few vehicles thrown in to add to the mayhem, minus the military vehicles everything is pretty much the same. More to the tune of COD, maps are much smaller with more choke points; run-and-gun game play is key in most situations and you will die very FAST. The game suffers some of the notoriously bad habits of COD in that there are many instances of spawn death. Spawning in your base is ALWAYS safe however.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Johnniee Garza on March 24, 2015
Platform for Display: Xbox OneEdition: Deluxe
The beta convinced me to buy and try the game because of how good it was. I thought it would be like any other BF game but this one seemed to prove me wrong...I've always loved the whole cops and robbers concept and thought it was neat how they implemented it into the game. The campaign is really good but short only being 10 episodes which is neat because if you decide to stop playing the campaign they'll give you a preview of what to expect when you quit and also they will give you a recap on what you've already did. The multiplayer is fun, kinda sad that they replaced rush with heist but I understand the reason for the switch. The loadout system is confusing to me since I haven't played a BF game since Bad Company 2 but it's cool how each side has their own weapons that you could buy. Not really a fan of the cash for guns system but it wouldn't be Hardline without it. The graphics are pretty good as you would expect for 1080p although the Frames go up and down like crazy on the multiplayer.

I would recommend this game only if you're a multiplayer only type of gamer and also I recommend you have a couple of buddies playing with you so that you can have communication and have a good advantage against those who choose to go solo (me)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Justin D Blackburn TOP 500 REVIEWER on March 17, 2015
Platform for Display: Xbox OneEdition: Deluxe
As a beta tester for this game, I have had about a week to try it out. I enjoyed the game more than the previous battlefields I have played and I think the game mode Hotwire brings something new to the table. There are also things about it that I didn't like like the respawn timers. Also in this game mode it is possible to get 20 kills and come in in last place. Points are earned by riding or driving one of three cars designated as hotwire. It's kinda like a domination game style but it is mobile in the fact the cars move around the map. With good teamwork you can get all three at once and start pounding away at the other teams ticket count. Each team starts with 500 tickets and they count down from there depending upon how many hot-wired cars are controlled and how many kills each team gets. Like I said you can't win this game type on kills alone, you have to control the cars. It also possible to not get any kills and come in on top of the scoreboard. I think this is a good way to let the not so talented players have a chance to finish higher and have a fighting chance, so it will probably help bring more players to the table. It may also turn off some of the hardcore gamers that thrive on kills alone. They can still do good, but only if they concentrate on the objective, steal the cars.

It also features a single player campaign, but most re-playability will come from the online co-op play.

With that said, I do enjoy this game. For a March release I'd call this game a hit!
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