Excerpt: Format: PS3 (version reviewed), 360, PC, Wii Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Activision Developer: Infinity Ward, Sledgehammer Games Players: 1-18 Site: http://www.callofduty.com/mw3 Call of Duty is a peculiar series.
Excerpt: Call of Duty is a peculiar series. Each year it shifts millions of copies and is greeted with near unanimous critical praise, yet it also attracts a special kind of hatred from a vocal segment of the gaming community that consider it a microcosm of everything that is wrong with modern gaming.
Summary: Modern Warfare 3 isn’t just about killing people. With the built-in Call of Duty: Elite network, it’s about making friends, winning prizes and improving your online skills too. Oh, and yeah, killing people too actually. But do we really need a Facebook for fragging?
REVIEW: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (Multiplayer)
10 November 2011
Summary: Load up on guns, bring your friends, it’s fun to lose and to pretend. Modern Warfare is back, with addictive multiplayer modes again returning in the third instalment to dominate your leisure time.
Summary: Modern Warfare 3 doesn't blaze much new ground and Call of Duty players will feel instantly at home with the game's heavily scripted machinations, so those wishing to see the series deviate from the norm are in for disappointment — and while there may be a twinge of fatigue setting in to the...
Conclusion: Unfortunately to gain lengthy access to it for review purposes we all played the game on Xbox 360, but we’re looking at adding some supplemental PC coverage as well. Mostly looking at the server situation, potential for LANs and just how it holds up in all of the above on the desktop platform, so...