The 360 version introduces a new problem, though. Either the artificial intelligence on the enemies has been ratcheted up or your teammates are a special kind of stupid, because the game has gotten a bit too difficult. Finishing some of the missions now is more based on memorizing enemy spawn points and hoping beyond hope that your allies can survive on their own during the battle.
The online aspect is what saves Battlefield 2 on the 360, though it too is pretty much the same as it was in the original Xbox version. Up to 24 people can hop onto a handful of maps to partake in various game types. Of course, unless you get a good group, every mode usually ends up turning into one big deathmatch as people concentrate more on upping their kill counts than working as a team.