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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
22 September 2012
Conclusion: Modern Warfare 3 lives up to the hype. It is proving itself the one of the best the FPS genre has to offer. Although they do not usually stray much from their normal formula they always use you can easily understand why. Do not change something that is not broken. The single player campaign wraps up the story nicely and even pulls at the heartstrings a little especially if you played Modern Warfare 2 and somewhat invested in the soldiers that survived.
Excerpt: Wondering what to expect from Modern Warfare 3? Look no further than the opening logo. As the first letter of “MW3” dramatically flips to reveal a bright and blatant “WW3” instead, the game both promises and warns you: This won’t be realistic, this won’t make complete sense, but this will always be epic. What little restraint the first two had managed to maintain is now gone in favor of an extremely wild and, yes, occasionally wacky sendoff for the trilogy.
Pros: Yet another ridiculous rollercoaster of a campaign, More of the multiplayer you like, less of what you don’t, Juggernauts
Cons: Saying goodbye to Price and Soap, Waiting for a true evolution in Call of Duty multiplayer, Juggernauts
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Hardened Edition (PS3) Review
25 December 2011
Summary: Call of Duty: Hardened Edition is the perfect gift for the most hardcore of hardcore gamers and especially first-person shooters and Call of Duty fans. It comes with a ton of extra duties and some extra special online access. It does cost over $100, but it gives a lot of bang for your buck if you are so inclined.
Excerpt: Modern Warfare 3 is now out, and even away from the game's plot, the game was under its own inner turmoil. After the firing of Infinity Ward founders Jason West and Vince Zampella, and the eventual exodus of several other members, Activision summoned both Sledgehammer Games and Raven software to work on the game.
Excerpt: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 quickly became the biggest entertainment launch in history, yet it still has the measly problem of being the same game that Activision has released for the past five years. A few changes to multi-player including new maps, co-op special ops missions with friends and the best single-player campaign experience that you will find in the shooter genre define Modern Warfare 3. Just don't expect anything groundbreaking.
Excerpt: The Call of Duty series has enjoyed astounding success, but one has still got to wonder how long it will last. Don’t get me wrong, I wish publisher Activision all the luck in the world going forward with the series, although I’m still intrigued as to what will replace Call of Duty as the biggest game in the world when its time finally comes – probably another FPS. Still, there’s a large amount of people that will want to learn the fate of the likes of Soap and Price.
Excerpt: It's impossible to escape the spotlight Modern Warfare 3 is under. With the recent departure of original creators Jason West and Vince Zampella, along with most of the Infinity Ward team, and the high-profile competition this year, many have speculated that this could be the swan song for the venerable franchise.
Conclusion: Modern Warfare 3 doesn't bring a lot of new stuff to the table, but it has refined single-player and multiplayer experiences to the point where they are as slick as any Hollywood production.
Summary: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is a continuation of the previous title in the franchise, sending you all around the globe on high-risk missions as a variety of characters, both new and returning.
Excerpt: World War III, the long awaited sequel to World War II, takes center stage as the primary conflict in the similarly anticipated Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 . The clash between Russia and the United States that began in Modern Warfare 2 is still in full swing. This latest iteration builds off the strong foundation set by its predecessors, especially in regards to multiplayer.