Reviews and Problems with Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (DS)
30 January 2008
Excerpt: The task is nearly Herculean. Take the Call of Duty franchise, known for its cinematic spectacle, and make a version for the Nintendo DS, not known for its super-duper advanced graphics. So you've got to admire the developers at n-Space for their pluck and determination.
Summary: Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare delivers amazing special effects, including use of depth of field, rim-lighting, character self-shadowing, real time post-processing, texture streaming as well as physics-enabled effects to enlist players into the most photo-realistic gaming experience yet.
Summary: My daughter has a Nintendo DS, but I'd never had much respect for it. Don't get me wrong; as a fascinating little gadget, it certainly is attractive. No, my nearly complete ability to not lust after it probably had more to do with the games she has, or more importantly, the ones she doesn't have.
While game developers Infinity Ward didn't have any part of Call of Duty 3 after developing the first and second installments, they are back on the job for Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
Cheat Code Central
24 November 2007
Conclusion: Only time will tell if the switch from World War II theme to modern day warfare is a bright move for the Call of Duty franchise. For fans of the series who don't like the idea, this may only be a one-time thing, and then switch back to WWII warfare in COD 5. Who knows?
Conclusion: Is COD 4 for the DS worth the time? Yes. Will it be the greatest FPS you will ever play? Probably not, but then again this is a DS title. What it will deliver is a campaign long enough to keep players busy, and more importantly, interested throughout.
Conclusion: Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare for the Nintendo DS delivers an arsenal of modern weaponry, arming gamers with precision controls and touch screen capabilities for battle across the world's most dangerous hotspots.