It’s November, cue another Call of Duty. Cue another generic installment as well. Although, it’s not bad per se but it’s neither good. It’s full of gimmicks and Kevin Spacey. The campaign is predictable (of course) and it tremendously lacks fluidity. The gingered step child that is double jump in multiplayer overshadows a really improved shooting system. Along with a marginal attempt at a co-op game mode, you’ve got yourself a dud. If your friends don’t play multiplayer (or you don’t have friends at all), then there’s really no outstanding reason to purchase the game. Call of Duty Advanced Warfare receives a generous two-and-a-half out of five.