Excerpt: Another November, another Call of Duty entry. The blockbuster FPS series has become one of the most popular and polarizing in gaming history, with each holiday season bringing in bigger and bigger sales. This year, developer Infinity Ward, who made the series-defining Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, is back at the helm and while Ghosts may not be as memorable as that landmark title in FPS history, it should be good enough to keep shooter fans happy while they wait for...
There’s Life In The Series Yet | Call of Duty: Ghosts Review
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. It serves its purpose well for those expecting nothing else, and will be subsequently nourishing fodder for the online die-hards, finishing up another solid entry to the series.
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. The campaign is a write off, but the multiplayer is as robust and engaging as ever. If you’re a fan of the series, you’ll probably want to drop the sixty dollars just to keep up with things, though series fatigue is a distinct possibility.
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. I also could not have imagined that my beloved grease gun would be replaced by a Vector, or the rubble of Carentan, France replaced by the concrete and steel of a modern arms factory.
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, and take them onto the battlefield for rapid-fire action.
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. Keep that in mind, as I will reference both systems in my review, because I had the chance to play the game (and go through the entire Single Player Campaign) on both systems.