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Battlefield 1: War Stories Review

By: Derek Strickland | Action in Gaming | Posted: Oct 26, 2016 1:15 pm
TweakTown Rating: 87%Manufacturer: Electronic Arts

4. The Runner


Length: 3 chapters

Playtime: ~1.5 hours




The Runner is somewhat fun, but I find it to be the weakest of all the missions. Now, every level stands on its own merits and shines in its own way, but I didn't find the actual story to be that good. However, the gameplay was pretty solid, as always.


The opening sequence depicts the largest naval fleet ever assembled storming the beaches of Gallipoli during the Dardanelles Campaign, so you think it's going to be an awesome warship mission.



But it's not; for the most part, you're doing what the title says: running. Well, running and gunning.




You play the role of legendary Australian soldier Frederick Bishop, aka the Pride of Australia, as you blast enemies and scout locations. You're a runner, so you're the one they send to infiltrate enemy lines and gather intel and report back - but it doesn't always go to plan.




The battle sequences are enthralling as ever, and the actual town of Gallipoli is mesmerizing in detail. Everything is pristine and ripe for destruction, showing a beautiful European city wracked by war.



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