Reviews and Problems with Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
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20 March 2015
Summary: So long World War II. Hello modern warfare! Call of Duty has made the leap from the heroics of the greatest generation to a horrifying vision of the future in CoD4, and the results are pretty darn spectacular.
Excerpt: There’s certainly been an influx of World War II FPS’s since Medal of Honor was released on the PlayStation back in 1999. The uninitiated may think that Call of Duty 4 is yet another one of these World War II games, although they would be mistaken as the fourth instalment in the series breaks...
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Conclusion: I actually really enjoyed this game, but I can't say it really wowed me though. It was short, repetitive and overall didn't add anything new to the genre, but somehow just like its movie counterpart, it had charm and didn't aim to do anything but provide enjoyment; something it succeeded in very...
Excerpt: When asked to review Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare, my main fear was not doing the game the tremendous amount of justice it duly deserves. This game comes as the fourth installment of the Call of Duty saga, and is made by the very same developers who brought us Call of Duty 2; Infinity Ward.
Conclusion: A wonderful musical score has been incorporated
into the game, composed by Harry Gregson-Williams
(the man behind the Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3
soundtracks) and Stephen Barton. The voiceover
work is top-notch and full of energy, and the
best part is that it doesn’t overdo it to the
point where it...