Reviews and Problems with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
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Test Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2
25 April 2010
Conclusion: Artistiquement, il est difficile de faire mieux. Les développeurs ont pris le temps et le soin d’immerger au mieux le public. La grande majorité des objets décoratifs sont interactifs voire destructibles, les animations réalistes et naturelles. La modélisation des objets et personnages est toute aussi réussie.
Pros: Effets spéciaux et environnements de qualité, Mode Spec Ops et multi-joueurs addictifs, Mise en scène hollywoodienne, Durée de vie quasi-illimitée, Bruitages marquants, Jeu fluide à souhait
Cons: Level-design fermé et souvent linéaire, Pas de serveurs dédiés, Campagne solo courte, Scénario disjoint, IA décevante
Excerpt: Infinity Ward once again steps up the graphical goodness with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 on the PC. Continuing where the previous game left off, MW2 delivers the war aspect that makes this game so good by not only displaying outstanding environments, but showing off beautiful effects as well. The feeling of war is unleashed with explosions of dirt, smoke cover, and bullet trails that not only visually look great, but immerse the player in battle to the fullest.
Excerpt: I felt like I needed a rest after I finished the single-player campaign in Modern Warfare 2. Such was the onslaught of in-your-face gameplay, explosive set-pieces and "OMG" plot twists that I was mentally exhausted. It was hard to process what I'd just played through. The campaign more or less follows the formula set out by Infinity Ward in its previous two games (CoD2 and CoD4), but it's one hell of a ride.
Conclusion: The game does not impress graphically and it also has a few minor problems with the responsiveness of the controls. But those two issues are the only negative remarks I can make about the game. Silent Hill: Shattered memories is an incredibly absorbing game, both in its atmosphere, and everything that you may encounter. Konami certainly have not forgotten at all of why the series is so frightening to us in the first place. This game is scary in all the best ways.
Excerpt: There are a few signature characteristics of Call of Duty games—at least, the ones developed by series-creator Infinity Ward. First, the games feel real. The story unfolds as you play through a conflict as a few normal soldiers—regular guys on the ground who find themselves thrust into extraordinary events. They aren’t supermen.
Pros: Very compelling multi-player; weapons feel great; co-op is a great addition.
Cons: No dedicated servers; skip the single-player; recycled set pieces; the airport level.
Summary: The story alone in Modern Warfare 2 simply blew me away. You just won’t believe the crazy stuff that happens and what you’ve got to do to attempt to stop it. That alone to me is worth the 60 bucks for the title, but on top of that, you’re graced again with hours upon hours of multiplayer fun, and the new Special Ops mode will have your blood pressure rising and your heart racing as you attempt to complete the intensely challenging missions.
Conclusion: Overall, the game works brilliantly despite its gameplay issues: The Nightmare world can’t hold a candle to the original’s Otherworld, the puzzles are simplistic, and running from a horde of enemies can be frustrating and clunky. But you don’t play Silent Hill strictly for the gameplay – you play it to be entrenched in a world of darkness, anxiety, and terror.
Excerpt: It’s no surprise to anyone that a game as eagerly anticipated as Modern Warfare 2 is one of the year’s best games; Infinity Ward have proved time again that they are experts, if not outright pioneers, in the FPS genre, a quality that’s always evident in the final, polished product.