Reviews and Problems with Modern Combat: Domination
Showing 1-10 of 13
22 June 2011
Summary: The game is OK. Its a pretty standard shooter, with bland graphics, rather forgettable maps, and generic gameplay. It is worth the $8 if you are in dire need of a shooter, otherwise, just let this one be. It didn't take me long to start shooting the crap out of people who were level 50 which is a positive.
Summary: Although not many maps for this game it does provide a very balanced experience. The weapons are increasingly more powerful as you level up but you have to get the kills in to earn the money to rebuy once you die or start a new game. Have a bad time of it then its back to the standard guns for you. Id say this game is more counter strike than a world thats obsessed with CoD, I think its much more tactical.
Summary: This is a classic case where you need to simply look at the price point. The game plays better than expected for an 8 dollar title, but it's not quite near the polish of some of the powerhouse FPS out there. This all should come at little surprise. I have fun playing this game, the competition is mostly solid, and it reminds me of my good old Counter Strike days.
Summary: Modern Combat: Domination is really competitive, refreshing and addictive. With a level system up to 72, 5 maps, 6 game-play types and 9 dollars: I bought it right away. Combats are intense and quick. The graphics are great, but some maps could get more sounds environment events. I rate it 10 because I'm really happy to get a cs like game on console, but without my emotions it deserve at least a 9.0. My point of view.
Summary: To start off this game Demo is not representative of what you get in the full game. The demo has countless network issues and only one game mode (Boom & Bust ) This game mode isn't the most easy for newcomers to the game. Also Joining game is much easier in the full game, you just have to search for games yourself and bypass the stupid play online now feature that place you in next to empty or boring matches.
Summary: So-so game. I've played much better and much worse but for a sub $10 game it's a pretty good deal paticularly considering that's cheaper than a rental at Blockbuster. I put about 3 hours into before turning it off and going back to COD. This game feels like a Counter Strike wanna-be but with a little less charm. There are $60 games out there that don't do online shooting as well as this and there are $60 games that are way better (COD in my opinion).
Summary: This game isn't to bad. the graphics are ok, nothin special. the game play is ok as well. the level design leaves to much for campers, and the hit detection is pretty poor, especially from long range. there are tons of similarities to counterstrike. this game actually has nothing in common with call of duty. its slower, you have to buy your weapons every round. you have a health bar, and you can equip diferent gear, like grenades and body armor.
Summary: Great mix of CounterStrike and CoD's multiplayer at a cheap price makes this a crazy deal. The MP is a little slower paced than CoD's. There is no real overpowering weapon and they must be re-purchased after every round or death. Anyone can jump in with higher lvl players and still be effective and have fun.
Summary: Modern Combat: Domination is incredible value for money at only Â£6.50 (Playstation Plus members can purchase for a reduced price). Set across a 5 different maps, this is an online FPS which sits nicely between COD and Medal of Honor. There are the usual array of modes, Deathmatch (Free for All); Team Deathmatch; Domination; Escorting; and Boom for Bust. The maps feel and look great, have good texture and lighting and it all moves smoothly.
Summary: I just spent the past hour typing a long, thorough review for this game, only to hit backspace and instead of deleting a letter I didn't mean to hit, my browser went back to the previous page. I'm pretty sad right now, because I put some serious effort into that... So allow me to summarize... Modern Combat: Domination is to Counter-Strike and Call of Duty what Darksiders was to Zelda and God of War. It doesn't do anything new, but that's not necessarily a bad thing.