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      07.09.2012 23:05



      All-in-all, an excellent game.

      In November 5 2007 "Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare" was released - a gigantic leap from the other Call of Duty installments, deterring from the WWII era; allowing a new opportunity of weapons and maps. Modern Warfare introduce challenges and ranking systems online; something that the previous installments and many other first-person shooters lacked. The campaign's story is something that I love about this game - when I started the campaign, I didn't stop until it was completed. Then I done it again on veteran (which was very hard).
      Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is by far one of my most memorable and enjoyable first-person shooters to date. In my opinion, not even the new additions to the Call of Duty franchise can beat this game. Five years have past and people still play on the online multiplayer. Unfortunately, due to the game's age and dwindling popularity, the game has become prone to hacker's attacks introducing 'modded lobbies'. Some modded lobbies online can lower the users rank. Auto-aim, flying and teleportation is some of the many things users use to unfairly play the game. However, not all lobbies are modded and if you are new to the Call of Duty franchise, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is a good place to start and become interested in the campaigns story line.
      Sorry for the long review, but I hope that this has helped somewhat in your decision into buying this game.


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