Summary: Single-player mode is lame. Too many cut-scenes that are long and confusing. Gameplay is too "cinematic" and staged. You basically are dragged like through a movie, except you get to aim and pull the trigger. All COD games suffer from that to SOME extent, but this one is way worse than usual.
Summary: Its OK, but I couldn't figure out why when I am standing in front of Castro blazing away, he doesn't die :( We were supposed to find a way to drive the game so the protagonist wouldn't die for hours. No need to score just don't die.
Summary: Typical first person shooter. Very little storyline. Actually too much continuous action tends to make it boring at times. Graphics were decent. I think this genre is getting so repetitive it's no longer fun to play.
Summary: I am not at all an avid gamer. This was my first first person shooter I have played, so I have never had anything to compare it to. I played it to pass the time in Afghanistan. My first impressions was that there were way too many, and far too lengthy, cut scenes.
Summary: Want to know the word that sums this game up in a nutshell? I'll give it to you: Stutter. I have a fairly midrange system consisting of an AMD X2 7750BE, Radeon 4850, and 4 gigs of RAM. Since my PC exceeds the recommended system requirements, one would assume that I would be able to run the game.
Summary: When people talk about Call of Duty, at least the last few installments, they often focus almost solely on the multiplayer. As a long-time singleplayer FPS gamer on the PC however I still enjoy Call of Duty for its singleplayer content.
Summary: UPDATE2 - More patches (Why doesn't Treyarch / Steam even ask to install updates?) and this game is finally starting living up to it's potential. Still has major bugs in the server browser and frequent server-side crashes don't help. UPDATE - I have added a star after a patch and some tweaking.