Conclusion: Ghostbusters is just one of those amazing and immersive games that make you all giddy inside. The game truly has an amazing effect on its players. It may not have a lot of depth, but it easily makes up for that in the fun department. It is worth noting that Ghostbusters is a little on the short side, giving you about 6 to 8 hours of gameplay. Fortunately the replay value is fairly high, making this a recommended buy.
Conclusion: However, when you realize just how many people play with one person to a console, this hangup is mitigated, and then it is simple to see how Call of Duty 4 has done so well. It offers an incredibly engaging experience, as well as a certain flavor that games from Bungie or Epic simply don’t strive for, minus the complete insanity of your average Battlefield players. Military shooters are a dime a dozen, but none can come close to Call of Duty’s overall offerings.
Conclusion: Lately, whenever I play a new release, I look back afterwards and remember if during the game I ever thought about the room around me, or the errands I was skipping out on, or how I was going to write the review. If any of these things happen, then the game was losing my attention, and it is a guarantee that I will have some very harsh words for it. If instead I find myself staring at a clock that is five hours later than I thought it should be, then it is a winner.
Conclusion: It is testament to the game that I can’t rant about it for to long without feeling a little guilty. With friends, it is almost a must have if you can foot the bill, and there is plenty of content here for your 1200 Microsoft Points. The unlockables are bountiful, and clever usage of achievements will keep you playing after you have finished it once.
Conclusion: In many ways the kicking the game makes for relevancy separates it from all other games in the genre, specifically kicking against the idea of sterile war environments, and offering a view of modern combat as something that can’t be contained – so that when the Russians invade, there is space to see a recognition of the inability to contain war quite so much as we would wish to believe possible.
Excerpt: BEWARE – “Captain Price, this is Gaz, there are spoilers contained within this review” This is my exclusive review of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (PS3, Xbox 360 and PC), so lets get on with it. Activisions Call of Duty series have given us some of the most memorable FPS moments, but there comes a times when you run out of historic World War II battles to recreate, So now we’ve been bought right upto date with the most anticipated fourth edition called Modern Warfare.
Excerpt: Developed by Infinity Ward, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is the fourth installment in the Call of Duty FPS series. Many people know the Call of Duty series as the intense cinematic WWII first person shooter that started some years back and now they are finally bringing war to today. The story is set in a fictional near-future war between the United States, Europe, and Russian Loyalists against Russian Ultranationalists and Middle Eastern rebels, and features real-world...
Excerpt: Check out VideoGamer.com's Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare video review . Call of Duty has made a name for itself as the premier WWII shooter series, but original developer Infinity Ward wanted to do something different this time, leaving WWII in the past. Their third game, the fourth game in the CoD series, takes the combat into the modern era and features an entirely original storyline that hasn't come from the pages of history books.
Summary: For $14.99? Yes, it bloody well is. With gameplay and ‘narrative’ that sucks you into the game, and additional modes for those that exhaust the campaign, I can’t help but love Castle Crashers. Although its been out on consoles for 2 years, its easily been one of my favorite games recent releases. 2 years is too long for the PC to have waited, don’t leave this a second longer!