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Section 8: Prejudice (PC) Review
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Section 8 Prejudice has a single player campaign which is worth playing in a couple of sessions for those who have a free afternoon or evening. It is enjoyable but a little short lived and doesn’t require a huge amount of thought. It is worth playing though given the cost and the benefit that it sets us up well to jump into the online modes.
That multiplayer action is where the game really shines. The maps are well thought out and of a decent size. The gameplay modes are varied enough to make each interesting and challenging in its own way and the balance is absolutely spot on. Taking one of our recent battles as an example, in a 16vs16 Conquest battle we finished 981 points to 1006 which is exceptionally close, rarely does one team ever run away with a victory. We also need to note that the ability to quick match works well with the game assigning a decent server every time and the online code seems very stable with no lag.
The overall gameplay mechanic works great and the ability to unlock extra items and level up will keep players going while they master their skills and past that we have the option to buy extra maps if we wish.
In the end though the games main strength is that for £9.99/$15 we get access to the best multi-player game we have played this year and that alone makes it a worthwhile purchase.