At my blog, I put together [what I call] 'PlayTests' - which are posts talking about a certain weapon or item in a game, and how it feels when played, or how it affects the gameplay. This recent PlayTest created for an article talking about the Engineer MP5 in Battlefield Play4Free and how it felt and performed when used, especially when compared to the Default Engineer PP-2000. That post is still 'In Progress', but I will share most of it here, so that you do not have to visit the blog (but I will include a Link to the Full Article for those that wish to), once it is completed. For now, please enjoy this "Dramatic Version" of gameplay footage collected for this PlayTest of the MP5 - set to Beethoven's 'Piano Sonata No.14' - more popularly known as the "Moonlight Sonata":
Recorded with Bandicam and Produced directly into 720p HD and Automatically Uploaded To YouTube with CyberLink's PowerDirector 12
[More Technical Details about this video will be Edited into this post, and found at the main blog article, once it is finished/published]
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