Overall, the game is beautiful to look at and the single player campaign is fun to play. There are times when you just want to take a moment and admire the craftsmanship taken in the design. Even though the campaign takes 6-8 hours, it’s well worth it.
It’s easy to tell that the single player campaign was not the focus of this release considering it is on the second disc and the first disc has the multiplayer features and games. To me, the appeal of playing the single player campaign is being involved in multiple aspects of an overall battle, and seeing how all the parts of the battle are connected. I think that has always been the appeal of the campaign in previous games and is continued in this one.
If it's a great, immersive, and dynamic single-player campaign you seek, don't spend your money on this game.
Battlefield 3 is rated M (Mature) by ESRB for blood, intense violence, and strong language. This game can also be found on: PC and PlayStation 3.