Single player

Battlefield 4 creative director on single-player: "Players want to feel smart"

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Battlefield 4 will see a "crossbreeding" between its online multiplayer and single-player campaign, according to a new interview with the game's creative director Lars Gustavsson at CVG. He appeared adamant in his comments that—at least for the moment—building a convincing single-player experience is integral to DICE's approach to the Battlefield series.

Citadels, a new medieval RTS in the age of Arthur

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Citadels offers up a provocative question: Do you defend king and country or join the men who want to destroy it all? The single-player RTS set in the world of Arthurian knights was launched yesterday by Slovakian studio Games Distillery and promises a look at both sides of the legend, according to a press release from publisher bitComposer Games.

Face Off: Single player games can be too long

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Face Off pits two verbal gladiators against each other as they attempt to tackle gaming's most perplexing conundrums. This week we decide if single player experiences can be too drawn out, or if more is always better. Grab some popcorn and get ready to see these two contenders duke it out with argument uppercuts and logic bombs.