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Battlefield: Bad Company Videos and Trailers - PS3

Game Description:Use the cover of a modern battlefield to uncover gold and riches with three of your renegade buddies from B Company! Rather than stick to the multiplayer format the Battlefield games are famous for, Bad Company puts you in the boots of four ambitious soldiers and drops you in the middle of a truly destructible environment – fences, trees, vehicles, and buildings are all susceptible to your arsenal. Even the ground will be scorched by your violent passing! Destroy the enemy with machine guns, sniper rifles, and RPGs - or rain fire from the sky with a mortar strike. Pilot every vehicle you encounter as you explore the massive world.
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