Fantastic use of the sound stage the enviroment is all around you
feels like we have been there done this before
single-player campaign is kinda an after-thought to most players. We finally get a proper ending to the story arc that began in Call of Duty 4. The concrete ending is a positive thing that can be said about the story. It's a very loose narrative that jumps back and forth between different soldiers across the world. I can't say I had much attachment to any of them, even the characters returning from previous games. The story is surprisingly a little luke warm when you look at the voice list The voice cast includes Timothy Olyphant, Idris Elba and William Fichtner. Olyphant and company are just generic soldiers yelling "Get down!" or "C'mon, we gotta get to the LZ!" It's all the more shocking when you learn that the game was written by Paul Haggis, the screenwriter for Crash and Million Dollar Baby. As far as gameplay, the campaign is the same mix of elements from previous MW games. You'll fight on foot, gun turrets, drive a boats, and sniper action. The developers try to spice up the shootouts by giving you the occasional gadget, like a remote controlled Predator missile or marker for airstrikes. Save for one frantic fight onboard an airplane, though minimal surprises in this edition maybe next time.
I believe this is the end of the modern warfares ( hope so anyways) , this one should have been called MW2.1
I pretty much enjoy playing the campaign, the online gaming is basically the same as mw2 with different maps and some minor changes to the weapons, perks etc.
Battlefield 3 multiplayer is vastly superior to this COD, like I said I enjoy playing it but I'll get tired pretty fast of this one and go back to battlefield 3.