Excerpt: A few weeks back, Activision invited us out to beautiful Dana Point, CA for the Call of Duty: Ghosts review event. Here, we had the chance to not only play the latest iteration of our favorite game series, but on both the PS3 and the PS4.
More Fun To Rage Over | Call of Duty: Ghosts – Onslaught DLC Review
New Gamer Nation
14 March 2014
Conclusion: Having said all these good things, I do have to state there really isn’t anything too different here. I wasn’t blown away with anything special, and I’m not saying “You must buy this DLC!” You get some new maps, a new round of Extinction, and an overpowered gun.
Excerpt: Call of Duty, the PS4 version, looks great, sounds great, but plays okay. Todd Hargosh already gave an in-depth Xbox 360 review of the game. Mine concerns itself with the PS4 version and the differences between the game on the last generation hardware versus the latest gear.
Summary: Call of Duty Ghosts is the next instalment of this franchise and although it doesn't reach the same dizzying heights of the aforementioned games, it still gives the player a very entertaining and honest gaming experience.
Excerpt: Back for my fourth and final review of Call of Duty: Ghosts, this time we are checking out the Xbox One release, possibly the most anticipated version of all the platforms, new and old, yet sadly the most lacking.
Excerpt: " Call Of Duty: Ghosts " continues the tradition of a yearly Call of Duty game. With Infinity Ward making their first original title since the departures of previous studio heads West & Zampella, does the team now headed by Mark Rubin have what it takes to deliver another adrenaline packed...
Excerpt: Another year has passed us by, and we are once again graced by another Call of Duty release, this time by the Infinity Ward team, more or less. The team has gone through some significant restructuring in the past couple years, and this was fairly apparent when Modern Warfare 3 hit the market, as it...
Conclusion: Overall, there really isn’t a big difference between the PS3 and PS4 version of the game. The core experience has been successfully ported from the previous generation to the next generation without any loss of content.
Excerpt: A while back, I wrote an article comparing film criticism and game criticism, and at the time my opinion was that game review criticism was more credible due to the fact that it was common practice to take graphics, sound, story, gameplay, controls, value, and dozens of other factors into...