Fun offline and co op but online play is un populated
30 May 2014
Summary: The campaign is great and the nazi zombies is a lot of fun, but playing online is causing me to lose interest. You have to download old punk buster versions to make it work properly, the servers all show people in them but they are bots and you are redirected to games that are probably empty. Not many people play online anymore too which is a bummer. Nazi zombie co op is mildly populated but you may need to add people as friends from community site to play co cop.
Good, but a BAD sequel. No Innovation. Nothing New
Brian Dowrick, Amazon
20 November 2008
Summary: They didn't do anything new in this one, except add some Japan stuff. The missions are too short. I finished the whole thing in two days of play. What I would have liked to see: --Larger world = roam anywhere. You are restricted so much on where you can go in this. You are in a jungle, and run into hard plants. --It's never clear what you can jump over or on.
Summary: I have to first say that I really enjoyed CoD 4. There was a very good story line and the graphics were fantastic. So, as you can imagine, I was really looking forward to CoD 5. WHAT A LET DOWN!!! I will start with the pros. The graphics and shadowing were very good. The story line was ok. I knew it would be predictable, but I still found it fun.
Summary: I have been a fan of the Call of Duty series from the beginning and have owned and played every new release. Like every other COD fan I was anxious for this new release. Now... I am really disappointed. The game installs and plays fine for me... no technical problems (out of the norm) to speak of. It falls short in game play and fun. As with Treyarch's other "masterpiece", Call of Duty 3, this one falls short.
Summary: ordered at end of december and received them three weeks later not sure why it would take so long i have ordered games from other sellers and got them in a week but this took almost 4 weeks but the game worked fine and was in original packg.