House of Cards actor Kevin Spacey talks about bringing antagonist Jonathan Irons to life in Activision and Sledgehammer Games' Call of Duty Advanced Warfare in this exclusive interview.
COD is COD
The CGI rendering is so good in Advanced Warfare that I'm not entirely convinced that this isn't just the CGI version and not the real Kev!
Kevin Spacey's performance alone is worth the price of admission! I'm really enjoying the campaign mode for AW.
It is a good campaign and his performance really adds to it. I really hope that more people give it a look.
Have to give them that. One of the most accurate models of an actor I've seen in a game.
It is a good game and Kevin Spacey delivered a good performance...Won't be surprised if EA hires John Cusack for Battlefield 5: Electric Boogaloo :P
You gotta be kidding me right? So life-like? For what a robot? (it looks like Kevin Spacey with a bad case of plastic surgery).
Good for him to try out something different. Though I usually take the position that "A-list" actors aren't necessary for games, when used correctly (and he was in COD), it can make for a more dynamic story. What the gaming industry really needs to do is quit going after the actors and go after the big time writers and directors (for the story). That would take gaming to a whole new level.
Have to say that this is the only CoD I'm interested in playing and it's because of Mr. Spacey. I do not hate CoD but I generally avoid it because the campaigns are too short for my liking and my net sucks balls to play MP online.
I was one of the haters who had ZERO! hopes that the campaign would be any good, but I admit I was wrong. This has been the only campaign since MW1 that kept me interested. The locations are great, the tasks that you have to do are interesting and varied and its like the first one that didn't try to copy the 'All Ghillied Up' missio from MW1. The use of the gadgets are also great and being honest, the graphics are quite nice! Colorful, runs smooth, etc. I'm seriously impressed.
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