Summary: Look, $50 is a lot of money for a Season Pass in a first-person shooter. If it was just comprised of 16 maps alone, no matter how good they were, it probably wouldn't be worth the money for all but the most diehard of FPS fans.
Summary: Infinity Ward's DLC capabilities may not be up to snuff compared to Treyarch's, but the fact that they're trying is good enough for me. Call of Duty: Ghost 's Onslaught DLC was a major step up in quality when compared to their prior milquetoast map packs, and somehow they've even managed to top...
Summary: So far in the saga that is Call of Duty: Ghosts , the fun factor of the game has increased tremendously through the first two map packs -- Onslaught and Devastation , which allow you to play as Michael Meyers and Predator, respectively.
Summary: Call of Duty Ghost’s multiplayer leaves much to be desired so far. Without the awful spawn system and larger maps, Ghosts could have been a pretty solid entry in the series. The gameplay feels smoother and more fluid than ever before.
Summary: I could say more, but I fear that would border on just ranting, something this game is capable of evoking. Ghosts is a terrible multiplayer experience which could teach other developers some lessons.
Summary: Call of Duty Ghosts’ singleplayer is pretty bad. It’s full of laughable scenarios and has characters that are so poorly written, it made me take breaks in its short, five hour campaign. A lot of what happened in the game was just really unnecessary and silly.
Excerpt: Call of Duty: Ghosts has an early scene where a German Shepherd looks like he’s driving a jeep. That’s pretty much the best bit. The rest of it is just loud. An unrelenting stream of explosive se
Conclusion: Call of Duty: Ghosts is a fumbled step in the shooter series. All the new things it promised to introduce, from the new story, to the fresh Squads multiplayer experience, or the better graphics, fail to live to expectations.
Pros: +Fun new Extinction co-op mode, +Varied multiplayer maps, +Lots of cinematic moments in the single-player
Excerpt: Call of Duty seems tired. You can almost smell the desperation in this latest DLC pack, the marketing meetings where the ideas ball isn't so much being thrown around as slowly deflating in a corner. 'The series is on the wane. Put the Predator in it. Yes, that Predator. And a kraken. That as well.