Summary: As far as map packs go, Onslaught is a decent addition to Ghosts competitive and co-operative modes. Nightfall’s difficulty is off-putting and with talks of the second DLC having a 100ft tall monster to fight, I bet it’s going to be even harder.
There’s Life In The Series Yet | Call of Duty: Ghosts Review
New Gamer Nation
2 December 2013
Excerpt: Another year, another Call of Duty. The always-successful series appears in three subsets in 2013; Modern Warfare , Black Ops , and most recently Ghosts , each one alternately released every year with minor tweaks to a now-legendary winning formula.
Summary: # Call of Duty: Ghosts doesn’t reinvent the FPS wheel, but it’s still a decent shooter with a good campaign and still brilliant multiplayer. The problem is that it all feels too familiar at this point; Infinity Ward took a big risk when it made COD 4 and they need to do so again to stop the series...
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.
Excerpt: The rally cry for Call of Duty to end gets louder and louder every year. However, the profits Activision rakes in also goes up with each new game. There is no earthly reason for them to stop putting out titles, and we’ll keep getting new games until people stop forking over cash for them.
Excerpt: I'm the kind of Call of Duty player that pops open the game case, gathers up my buddies, and jumps right into the fantastic, addictive multiplayer with less than a glance at the single-player and co-op modes. And that's how I suggest you approach the latest entry in the Call of Duty series.
Pros: Fantastic, polished controls the series is known for, Multiplayer is as entertaining as ever
Cons: Single-player missions are a snoozefest, Squads is more of a practice mode for beginners than a successor to Spec Ops, Extinction doesn't hold the same appeal as Zombies
Excerpt: With Call of Duty: Ghosts , Infinity Ward had an amazing opportunity to usher in video gaming's next generation by maxing out the graphical capabilities of the PS3/Xbox 360 and passing the baton to the PS4/Xbox One with their heads held high.
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.