Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Battlefield Bad Company: My Best Match

I’ve been playing a lot of Battlefield Bad Company since I got it for Christmas. I really like it, and I’ve been doing quite well. In one match I managed to get 14 kills with only 4 deaths, and in another, one you’ll see on the channel soon, I got 13 kills with a meager 3 deaths. The first one I wasn’t able to capture, but it was far more impressive.

I was in the map “Over There”, the one with the wide open corn field. I was the specialist class, and stationed up in the second floor of one of the barns with the flag in the center of it. You could call it camping, but I call it defending a base. At the end of the match the barn was the last remaining base under our control, and all the enemy players were coming for it.

To prepare for the eminent onslaught, I threw down a C4 charge down to the flag, and waited for someone to attempt to take the flag. It didn’t take long for them to get there, and one right after another they were blown up by a C4 explosive charge dropping from the second floor. Oh they tried, unlading clip after clip to try to suppress my fire so they could get a guy up the ladder, but I kept nailing them. At this point I had only four hit points left, and they started sending guys up the ladder, brandishing knives right as they go to the second floor, but were immediately gunned down before they got in striking distance. They managed to spawn a few soldiers on the second floor in squads, but they were to slow to react all of them. I can’t remember, but I think we won that match, and I ended up staying through to finish on that last spawn.

It was incredible, a match I wish I captured. I did manage to take a pic of the results, but you would have to have seen the action to believe it. I was shaking with adrenaline, taking out player after player with only four hit points; surly only one shout would have taken me down! I love it when a match comes along where everything seems to come together. Damn this game is exhilarating.

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