Reviews and Problems with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
Game Over Online
13 November 2015
Excerpt: It’s Like… …developer Infinity Ward is on an entirely different playing field when it comes to crafting first-person shooters. These guys are running show. In fact, it’s kind of weird to be reviewing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
Conclusion: All in all Modern Warfare 2 is a major upgrade to the original. The improve game engine helps create immersive environments that do a great job of mirroring what the actual locals would look and feel like.
Conclusion: Didn't see any zombies- but Infinity Ward probably doesn't need the gimmick to make this game interesting. I shot up a few dudes and played around with the streaks- but this isn't something I'm going to get too wrapped up in.
Excerpt: It’s pretty sad that when a game as hugely anticipated and as well made as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 comes along, that any controversial elements are going to overshadow the game itself, particularly in the non-gaming media.
Conclusion: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is a truly superb game. The singleplayer mode will make for a fine shock-and-awe moment for your non-gamer friends, the Spec Ops co-op will have you playing with your best buds for weekends on end and the multiplayer will be exactly what you’ll be booting up every...
Excerpt: In November, 2007, a new juggernaut entered the gaming world of FPS shooters. The newest installment of the Call of Duty series, introduced by Infinity Ward, moved from the too-familiar confines of World War II and into a fictitious near-future conflict based on real-world potentials, making use of...
Excerpt: There seems to be an unwritten rule in first-person shooters that your character has to have a stupid name. In Half-Life you play a bloke with a ginger beard called Gordon, in Halo; Masterchef (or something like that anyway), and in Modern Warfare 2, one of the characters you play as goes by the...
Excerpt: Ah tennis, the game of the gods, a rip-roaring, white knuckle contest of skill and true grit. Well okay not really, but just how do you make tennis games interesting after so many different takes on the sport?
Excerpt: I felt like I needed a rest after I finished the single-player campaign in Modern Warfare 2. Such was the onslaught of in-your-face gameplay, explosive set-pieces and "OMG" plot twists that I was mentally exhausted. It was hard to process what I'd just played through.
Excerpt: Published by Infinity Ward Developed by Activision ESRB Rating: M Reviewed on XBox360 Available On: Playstation 3, Xbox 360, PC Genre: FPS (First-Person Shooter) Number of Players: 1 Strong Points: Excellent graphics and realism.