Hello all of you in the blogosphere. Since this is my first blog in this venue, I thought I would take a few lines and introduce myself. My name is Michael Knight and I have been writing strategy guides for 12 years. During that time, I have seen a lot of changes in the video game industry. That was back in the days of the PS 1 and the N64. Things have really come a long way.
My current project is writing a guide for Battlefield: bad Company. I have been a fan of this series since Battlefield 1942. The latest incarnation takes things in a new direction. In addition to the infantry and vehicle multiplayer action which is a given for the series, Bad Company also includes a great single player campaign with a storyline and related objectives. Therefore, if you don’t want to play against other players, you can still enjoy the game without having to resort to playing the multiplayer games against AI bots. However, what really makes this game stand out is the destructible environments. While other games have offered this, it is usually only cosmetic. Bad Company’s destruction can totally change the tactics of how a mission or match is played. Tune in next week and I will share more about how to advance through the battlefields in a rain of devastation. Right now I have to get back to the game….