There’s Life In The Series Yet | Call of Duty: Ghosts Review
New Gamer Nation
2 December 2013
Conclusion: In the end, Ghosts is more of the same, the entire spectacle looking as exhilarating and engaging as always, yet a lack of single-player substance this time round makes the campaign feel completely forced.
Excerpt: Call of Duty: Ghosts , developer Infinity Ward's latest military-themed first-person shooter, aims to blaze new ground in the long-running series. Ghosts, the tale of Special Forces soldiers who unite to free a fallen America from an external threat, lets players customize their virtual soldiers,...
Excerpt: As I stormed the beaches of Normandy in Call of Duty 2, the first game I ever played on the Xbox 360, I could not have imagined that eight years later I'd be captivated by a game under the same title.
Excerpt: A few weeks ago, Activision invited us out to peaceful Dana Point, CA for the Call of Duty: Ghosts review event. Here, we had the opportunity to not only play the latest version of our favorite game series, but on both the PS3 and the PS4.
Summary: Call of Duty: Ghosts is basically just another cog in the machine. While it adds a few new things to sweeten the deal, it mostly sticks to series traditions. It even eschews some of the popular additions made in the last game.
Excerpt: is a mediocre production. It would be an even bigger mistake to say that ardent fans of the franchise won’t enjoy it. However, one must begin to consider various elements that indicate a slipping IP, especially when it becomes abundantly obvious.
Conclusion: Infinity Ward brings a different kind of game with Call of Duty: Ghosts than their usual CoD titles. They have an intriguing, story driven campaign that is accompanied by an incredibly fun (and deep) multiplayer experience.