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Bodycount - Playstation 3

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3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews) 50 / 100

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • AI is class based, each operating diffently and possesing different behaviors depending on the situation
  • 3 in-game factions (the Army, the Millitia and the Target), each with signature color scheme and appearance
  • Take on open levels in campaign and online co-op and competitive multiplayer modes
  • Execute skill kills, build combat combat chains and collect intel to earn combat upgrades
  • Shred through cover and enemies to carve a unique path of destruction

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B0056WJA6C
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 0.6 x 6.8 inches ; 3.7 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 30, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,071 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Platform: PlayStation 3

Product Description

Bodycount reboots the First Person Shooter with a single-minded focus on delivering best-in-class gunplay. Gamers will experience the intense satisfaction of spectacular close-quarters combat in a shreddable world as players and opponents tear through cover to execute explosive kills. The first game from Codemasters Guildford Studio, Bodycount is being developed using the EGO Game Technology Platform, an evolution of the award-winning EGO engine. Ensnared in a clandestine global power struggle that rages under the cover of conventional war zones in Africa and Asia, players must eliminate a relentlessly evil enemy known only as ‘The Target’ on behalf of the ‘Network’. After being dropped into chaotic areas of operations, gamers deploy a mouth-watering selection of contemporary firearms to tear through environments and enemies, chaining kills and earning power ups. Complimented by co-operative and multiplayer modes, Bodycount will set new standards for intense, outrageous arcade action and put the fun back into the FPS.

Bodycount is a First-Person Arcade Shooter rooted in fun, fast-paced action and focused on providing players with a groundbreaking visceral gunplay experience like no game before it. Parachute into a colorful world filled with crumbling cities and battle your way through mission-based gameplay that ties every gun discharge and munition explosion to the rumble feature of your controller. Additional features include: single player and multiplayer options, class-based AI and three factions, a powerful weapons arsenal, in-game currency and intel, a non-sticky cover system and fully destructible environments.

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Taking aim at an Army faction member on the move in Bodycount
An Arcade Shooter with a more visceral gunplay experience than any game before it.
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Go Ballistic in Arcade Firefights

Fall in love with firepower as Bodycount blasts intense arcade firefights from both barrels. Shred enemies and cover, perform skill kills and chain combos as you hunt the mysterious 'Target,' a relentlessly evil enemy who manipulate world events under the cover of civil war zones Carve your own wave of destruction through open-ended levels and battle class-based enemies who'll work together to chase you down. Equipped with a mouthwatering arsenal of weapons, grenades, mines and air strikes, rip your way through a campaign that embraces spectacular and indulgent gunplay and rewards creative killing. From the war zones in Africa to dangerous city streets set in Asia, and through the covert bases operated by the 'Target,' Bodycount's multi-route levels become explosive killing grounds flooded with enemies and destructible cover. This high-octane campaign is complimented by cooperative and competitive online modes where you're encouraged to leave no man standing. Go ballistic with Bodycount.

Key Game Features

  • Fall in love with firepower in intense arcade firefights
  • Deploy a powerful arsenal of weapons
  • AI is class-based, each operating differently and possessing different behaviors depending on the situation
  • 3 in-game factions (the Army, the Militia and the Target), each with signature color scheme and appearance
  • Take on open levels in campaign and online co-op and competitive multiplayer modes
  • Execute skill kills, build combat chains and collect Intel to earn combat upgrades
  • Shred through cover and enemies to carve a unique path of destruction

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Explosively taking out a watchtower in Bodycount
All-about-the-gun gameplay.
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Shooting through a wall to get at an enemy in Bodycount
Fully destructible environments.
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Taking aim at a Militia faction member in Bodycount
Three in-game factions.
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Muzzle flashes as you are rushed by an enemy in Bodycount
Single & multiplayer options.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Arcade FPS September 1, 2011
By Greg
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
From out of nowhere comes this FPS.
This is a arcade style shooter.With little storyline and thankfully no cheesy one-liners and cussing.
Graphics:Are well rendered buildings look different and frame rates move nicely along.Enemies all look the same and not much gore.Weapons are well rendered and do various degrees of damage depending on type.Damage and explosions are rendered well.

Sound:Is good with each weapon having it's own sound and explosions are well done.

Gameplay:Very similar to Black with all the "Gun porn".Black had a better story but I only have 4 hrs into the game.
No aiming down the sights you zoom in like in Black.The cover system/lean takes getting used to.But there is no learning curve to this game.Pick your weapons and if it moves kill it.
The shredding system is the best part of the game.You can just about destroy everything in this game.So one should not linger in the same spot for long.
As you kill enemies icons called intel will drop and move to you as you walk by to give you power-ups.which can be a air strike or other things you can unlock.There is really no tactics or realism in this game so that will be a turn off for some.To be blunt,this is a old fashioned shooter.

Dislikes:None so far, will update.

Overall:Fun arcade style shooter that should appeal to casual gamers.Can be repetitive but I enjoy turning my brain off for a while to just blast everything that moves on the map.The guy who thought up Black helped to make this game.This game won't get attention from the main stream game mags.As they have MW/BF fever and are slaves to advertisers.
If you are on the fence, I recommend renting first to see if you like it.Not a bad game and I'm having fun which takes priority for me over graphics etc.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Solo run and gun until you zoom in anyway October 20, 2011
By P. Webb
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I expected a weapons heavy no frills smooth controlling FPS and for the most part that is exactly what this is.
The story is you work for a privately funded militia that sends out lone soldiers to settle battles with small time warlords. The story does expand into the scifi realm but only so far.
The single player campaign clips along as you run headlong solo into all sorts of intense firefights. Switching weapons, reloading, intel pick ups and movement all come very naturally and this is an addictive experience as the levels have tons of routes through them and you will want to best your grade by repeating them in BODYCOUNT mode.
The co-op and multiplayer should play well for those who want to share the mayhem I haven't been able to try them yet however. The game also froze up once during the single player missions, but only once after many hours of play.
For the PS3 there is a tiny install, and the top resolution is 720p, I played the demo on 360 and it looked better but seems to play smoother on the PS3, probably just finished product vs. demo. Lots of fun for the type of player who doesn't want a team slowing you down, and the intel collecting and powerup usage really adds to the level of destruction you can wreck on the environment and enemies, just plain old trigger happy fun with a bunch of detailed and different weapon options. Star off for the forced strafing on zoom mode and the one freeze up.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A game at odds with itself March 8, 2014
By Seb
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Bodycount is a game at odds with itself. On one hand, you have a terrific cover-based mechanic (in my opinion) (EDIT: cover mechanic is also now used in Wolfenstein The New Order) and lots of destructible cover. But on the other hand, you have everything else that could possibly suck about a game.

First, the good. This game has an extremely flexible cover mechanic that lets you lean and peek with the left-stick and literally be able to shoot through the tiniest cracks in cover and attack enemies at angles that are impossible in any other game. Coupled with the destructible cover, this core gameplay element is fairly unique and has potential. just gets worse from here. The rest of the game seems to neglect this interesting cover system mechanic altogether. First, ammo and explosives are so plentiful that using cover and picking off enemies is often second choice to running and gunning. This isn't helped by the fact that the enemies hardly use cover themselves and just stand out in the open or rush you. They can easily overrun you on the higher difficulties and frequently insta-kill you since the game seems to have area-specific damage on the player. I mean, you can have full health and just get killed on the spot by a regular enemy who happens to get lucky and shoot you in the head.

The level design doesn't help either since, while they seem good at first, you quickly find that the game has you going to the same levels over and over or back tracking through them over and over. Things feel extremely repetitive, especially since all you ever do in each level (aside from kill everyone) is press buttons. Everything you do in the game is looking for buttons to press.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Dont think just shoot! January 13, 2012
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
I was pretty excited about this game when I 1st heard about it and waited anxiously for the price drop, I knew this wasnt a $60.00 game but it still peeked my interest. Its a $20.00 game at best, its def a no-brainer old school shoot'em up game. Graphics are decent, slightly better then PS2, controlls are okay not difficult to pick up, some cool boss fights, its just a cheesy FPS where you go all out and shoot everything that moves. No real strategy or basic brain funcion to play this one, but it does have its upside with the carnage and devastation that you are able to cause.
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