Summary: Revolution? Nope, nothing new. Just a new guns and some maps that no one (or very least) will play. With that 15 bucks, you could support a good indie-game company. Nothing much to say. Worthless DLC.
Summary: Orcs Must Die. Dungeon Defenders. Section 8: Prejudice. PCGamer couldn't have said it better - Nothing can make this map pack worth your money. Supreme Commander 1 and 2. Half-Life. Unreal Tournament 1999 and 2004. The four maps are generic, bland, and couldn't be designed poorer.
Summary: I hate to be referencing a critic review that you can easily read beside this one, but $15 is very steep. They note the number of things you can buy for that much, including some of the greatest PC games of all time.
OK Game, Not as good as previous title. NO CO-OP MODE!
22 January 2011
Summary: First off, I have to say the game plays smoothly on my system. (I7 920 Quad/GTX460/6 Gig Ram, Win7 64bit) Don't know what the min specs are. I have been playing COD's since the beginning and have always enjoyed the fact that each one was better then the previous one.
Another one in the 'Run and Gun' line of recent COD-titles
21 January 2011
Summary: Treyarch made (in my opinion) the best version of the whole Call of Duty series with World at War, which never became a huge seller because the public had just experienced Modern Weapons (and i mean the weapons) and didn't really want a new WWII shooter yet.
Summary: Others have pointed out some of the technical details, so just say that I had some of the same ones others are reporting. As far as the campaign, it was just so underwhelming. First, once you do finish it, the cut scenes and long monologue commentary slows the pace of the game down badly.
Summary: I'll admit it; I'm a part of the machine that makes this franchise money and I'm ashamed of it after buying this game. We all know that people were really upset with MW2; I myself was a late adopter, having been put off by all sorts of overblown stories about how bad the game was, etc.