Product Type: Activision PC games
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Member Name: RedFlag
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (PC)
As with most gamers around the country, I waited will utter excitement at the end of last year to purchase COD:Modern Warfare 3. After playing the first and second edition of COD, I couldnt wait to get my hands of the new edition. However, I cant say that I was over joyed with the game completely. I had played other similar warfare games in the lead up, mostly new releases, and have to say, that COD 3 wasnt all that great in comparision, which I found to be a great shock.
There were some good points though. It follows pretty much the same controls of the previous games, and the plot or campaign is interesting to a certain degree. I wouldnt go as far as saying that I gave up all hope while playing, as the game did quite me interested until I completed it, so not all bad, but some of the interactions with characters in the game are totally ridiculous in my opinion.
There really isnt much improvement on COD 2, certainly when it comes to the multi-player features which is basically the same, with some added bonus's, likes weapons and such. In addition to this, you can look at how well you are complaying in comparision to other real life players using the new COD Elite functions, which simply analysis's your gameplay, and adds you into a sort of list, ranking you statistically.
I am sure there is a new COD in development, and my message to the programmers is, please make it more advanced, no one wants to pay £40 for a game which is too similar to a previous edition. A good game to play, but im sure you wont need my recommednation to buy it, the COD culture speaks for itself. Thanks for reading.