Reviews and Problems with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3: Review (360, PS3)
7 September 2013
Excerpt: By the time you read this I would bet my house on the fact that Modern Warfare 3, Infinity Ward and Activision along with Sledgehammer’s powerhouse, has sold a gazzilion copies, broken records all over the show in how fast it has taken to sell Greece’s national debt in copies and has already has a slagging down by Parliament via Keith Vaz and been in numerous headlines in the Daily Mail.
Conclusion: Modern Warfare 3 lives up to the hype. It is proving itself the one of the best the FPS genre has to offer. Although they do not usually stray much from their normal formula they always use you can easily understand why. Do not change something that is not broken. The single player campaign wraps up the story nicely and even pulls at the heartstrings a little especially if you played Modern Warfare 2 and somewhat invested in the soldiers that survived.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 — Content Collection 2
18 May 2012
Excerpt: Initially released in bits and pieces to Call of Duty Elite Premium subscribers, this second Content Collection extends the latest set of DLC offerings to the wider Call of Duty fanbase — and it’s an even larger, more diverse medley than the first. On the Spec Ops front, “Kill Switch” proves a tense scenario, with your squad split between an on-foot operative and a sniper covering him from above…and that’s before things get hairy!
Pros: + "Oasis" and "Sanctuary" maps are definite highlights., + Both Face Off maps deliver great compact battles.
Cons: ? Which beautiful locales will we ruin next?
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 – Content Collection 1 (Xbox360)
30 March 2012
Excerpt: March 20th signalled the release of the first Content Drop for Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3, unimaginatively called: Collection 1. Included in this downloadable content (DLC) pack for all the non-Elite subscribers are four new multiplayer maps and, for the first time, two new Spec Ops missions.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Content Collection #1
20 March 2012
Excerpt: Sidestepping the typical map-pack formula, Modern Warfare 3 ’s Content Collection #1 — which compiles the first six premium Elite DLC additions for non-subscribers — delivers not only fresh multiplayer locations, but also a dazzling pair of new Spec Ops missions. “Black Ice” borrows the snowmobiles from Modern Warfare 2 for a hectic chase in which one player drives while the other dual-wields assault rifles from the back seat, culminating in your infiltrating and blowing...
Pros: + The two new Spec Ops missions are excellent., + Most of the four new maps are pretty strong, especially “Black Box.”
Excerpt: Call of Duty has become the premiere franchise in all of entertainment, even as I write this review Modern Warfare 3 is shattering sales records. In this installment we have the genre defining competitive multi-player, the story driven campaign, and the return of the Spec Ops mode. As a huge fan of co-op games, I dove into the Spec Ops first and loved what I found. In addition to a selection of missions you have to complete, there is also a survival mode.
Review: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (Microsoft Xbox 360)
21 January 2012
Summary: : Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is an excellent attempt to build on the positives and successes of Modern Warfare 2 and in the end is a generally fine game for those who’ve not yet tired of the formula, but despite its positives, it refines rather than innovates and missteps in a few key areas.
Excerpt: A week or two ago, Activision invited us to Palm Springs for the opportunity of playing through Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 's Single Player Campaign, plus the chance to play as much multiplayer and Spec Ops as we could possibly handle. Does Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 live up to the hype? You bet. In Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 , they've taken the full scale battle to America and much of what you see is in ruins.
Excerpt: Do you remember where you were at the start of World War III? I do; getting pounded by some guy with a Striker over and over again in a German shopping mall. Campaign, co-op, or multiplayer? That's the gulf between Modern Warfare 3's trisected whole. To say there are three separate games on the disc would be an exaggeration, but to simultaneously apprise Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games' trio of component parts as one singular whole would be unfair.