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'Battlefield 1' looks much more poignant than your typical action game

Mainstream, big-budget action games are known for their excitement and spectacle. Trailers usually have slickly-edited explosions, gunshots, face-punches and more to let you know that you're spending $60 to engage in some virtual action. "Battlefield 1," on the surface, seems like another one of those games. The World War I variant on the long-running "Battlefield" series has all the same chaotic warfare you'd expect from a huge first-person shooter, but recent footage of the single-player campaign paints an entirely different picture.
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