Bloody military shooter with disturbing cinematic moments.
Common Sense Media
9 November 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is an extremely violent first-person military shooter. Players spend the vast majority of their time engaged in frenetic firefights, killing hundreds of enemy combatants with a wide variety of realistic weapons ranging from guns to bombs. Movie-like sequences show both soldiers and civilians being killed, their bodies littering streets and building hallways.
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Conclusion: Word of mouth goes a long way. It’s interesting to us now, looking back on this review process. We went into professionally testing and reviewing the gameplay, storytelling, and basic functionality of Modern Warfare 3 with a purposeful lack of bias or pre-conceived notions concerning the game and its considerable industry hype.
Pros: The biggest multiplayer community on any console.
Cons: The blandest campaign we’ve played in a while., The same graphics engine as Modern Warfare 2., A severe lack of quality hidden beneath massive hype.
Excerpt: You’d never ascertain the popularity of the Call of Duty franchise based on internet chatter. With seemingly just as many detractors as supporters, the franchise has been a victim of schadenfreude while laughing all the way to the bank. With no major changes to the formula for quite some time, could Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 be the series’ last chance to avert player fatigue? Modern Warfare 3 picks up at the second's conclusion.
Excerpt: At its core, the Call of Duty franchise follows a distinct formula while maintaining its hold as the de facto representative of shooters within popular culture. follows a new path, with development split between multiple studios: series vets Infinity Ward with key members of its team gone, and newly-formed developer Slegehammer Games.