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Submitted by SactoGamer 541d ago | review

Game Guys review - Call of Duty: Ghosts

As with seemingly every year in recent memory, Autumn brings not just fallen leaves but also a new entry to Activision's Call of Duty franchise developed by Infinity Ward. Perhaps because of that frequency there is a bit of genre fatigue that has set in on it and titles like it. Trying to keep things fresh, Call of Duty: Ghosts adds a canine companion and a plot that is quite new to the series. Unfortunately the end result is a lackluster militaristic shooter that noticeably misses the bulls-eye. (Call of Duty: Ghosts, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360) 81/100

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T2  +   541d ago
I just got this game by trading in socom confrontation and im trading it in unopened for ps4 credit ... Sorry activision , not this time ... Not this time

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