An article via eGamer.co.za wherein the writer claims that Infinity Ward could learn a lot from Treyarch, who seem to make the better, more fun experiences with the Call of Duty games. It's entirely based on opinion but still worth a read.
I tend to like Treyarch's CoD more than IW's CoD. With Treyarch, there seems more to do and I can actually enjoy it. While IW version seem fun for 30mins+ then it just gets dull. To each his/her own.
Really because I had more fun with COD4/MW2 than I ever did with BlOps.
MW3 was shallow to say the least.
i played all versions of call of duty and the one i had most fun wish online and offline is black ops BY FAR
You mean sledgehammer?
Oh god. Without IW there would be no COD. Since 4 mentioning IW is just pointless since its has been disbanded. Treyarch has yet to create something as legendary as COD series. There job is to do what activision tells them to do with COD so they wont loose there jobs. Activision keeps the IW name alive just to troll people. Do people actually believe there still making games?. I imagine showing up to IW offices, opening the door and seeing a beat up fax machine with the empty toner cartridge light blinking. FOR THE PAST 5 YEARS.
"Now compare this to Modern Warfare. A lot of over-the-top sequences, sure. But was it fun? Let’s rather say; was it as fun? " Jumping from the sinking ship, storming the TV building looking for Al-Asad only to find jack S%!T, that flashback mission in all ghillied up, the (futile) helicopter rescue mission, the mile high club mission on the airplane... So yes it was fun. Some of the best gameplay moment I experienced this gen in fact.
Actually I think they are better at sugar-coating perceived value on an ageing system. I will not be falling for the marketing of "sandbox gameplay". Offering alternative routes doesn't actually constitute as this in my book because its still predetermined by either achieving A or B. What do you guys think?
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