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Battlefield 2: Modern Combat Videos and Trailers - PSP

Battlefield 2: Modern Combat
Game Description:A franchise first on a portable system, Battlefield 2: Modern Combat brings the intensity and excitement of Battlefield 1942 PC into the modern era with the latest, most technologically advanced vehicles and weapons systems. Players can choose between more than 30 different vehicles, 70 weapons and to fight for one of three military superpowers: the United States, the Chinese, or the fictitious Middle East Coalition. This game was announced by EA and was planned for production along with the console games by developer EA UK (in coordination with DICE) but was never completed and is no longer expected to be released on the platform.
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