Sunday, November 6, 2011

Relik Battlefield 3 Guide Review

If you haven't already read my in-depth Battlefield 3 strategy guide roundup then I recommend you do so now to see how the three big BF3 guides stack up (Relik, BF3 Dominator, and Stark's Guide) In this post I am going to do a more detailed Relik Battlefield 3 guide review; it placed second in my overall comparison review, but I did really like how beginner friendly it was, and how professionally presented the guide is.

Here is a more in-depth review of Relik's Battlefield 3 strategy guide:

Relik Battlefield 3 Guide was one of the first paid strategy guides to be released for Battlefield 3. I can only assume it was in development through the beta phase of the game, and then any changes in gameplay were reflected in the final version of the guide.

Everything in the Relik Game Guide applies to all three versions of Battlefield 3. Whether you are playing on PC, PS3, or Xbox 360 Relik is relevant to all three platforms. The only differences come with control layouts (obviously) and also the fact that the PC version of the game has more players on screen at once. However, the Relik team do a very good job at pointing out any differences when they are relevant.

The thing I liked the most about Relik Battlefield 3 Guide (especially compared to other guides such as Battlefield 3 Dominator) is the strong focus on beginner instruction. If you are a 'newbie' to the game then Battlefield 3 can actually be quite overwhelming. Nothing sucks more than constantly getting killed, losing matches, and not gaining experience quickly. Many Battlefield 3 guides unfortunately skip right over the important fact that the vast majority of readers are going to be less experienced players who need a bit of a helping hand. Therefore, Relik Battlefield 3 guide really does win my recommendation for you if you are new to playing BF3 and online FPS games in general.

I would liken Relik Battlefield 3 game to a bootcamp; only a boot camp that is seriously good fun. The Relik Guide places plenty of focus on basic aspects of the game like accuracy and moving into cover that actually add up to massively improving your gaming experience. Rather than trying to come up with outrageous 'guaranteed' strategies, Relik focuses more on getting your skill level up so you can win much more easily.

Of course this is not always a good thing. If you are looking for the best winning strategies then you would be better served getting Battlefield 3 Dominator. Also, more experienced gamers may find Relik BF3 guide a little lacking at points.

Naturally, it has a walkthrough for both the singeplayer and multiplayer portion of the game. This is pretty much par for the course with most BF3 guides, although you really shouldn't be wasting your time with the singleplayer game at all. Focus on multi player for Battlefield 3 and you will have a far better gaming experience.

Relik Battlefield 3 Guide sells for $37 USD. This is a bit steep in my opinion, but you do get free updates and a money back guarantee to compensate somewhat (I guess you could use the term 'risk free') Also, because payment is handled by Clickbank you can use any major credit card or Paypal, and your details are guaranteed to be safe and secure.

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