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: I'm a little disappointed that the Call of Duty franchise has hit a point in the series' history where any subpar developer can slap the words "Call of Duty" on the front cover and it will become the most successful selling game of all time.
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.