The website for the Xbox 360 and PS3 game Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare has now gone live.
It's your destination for developer interviews, insider news, exclusive content and the official message board.
Is this game going to be M because when you go to the site it asks you for your age and most times when it asks things like that the game will be M. So if it is COD4 really putting it self in a different place from the others.
the COD games have always been more graphic than other shooters (halo)i never understood why these were T. ya no blood but there were guys on fire! the rating system sux. but i don't care. this game looks great and i can't wait to beat it on the hardest setting like i did with COD2 and 3. its a lot of work but well worth it.
So has anyone registered yet?
Just did nothing that great. Just a preview cinematic.
It looks to use Army Rangers and Delta Force.
(If it is, I'm thinking more Tom C. style combat)
Afghanistan looks likely....but I could be wrong.
As far as I know this game is going PC/360/PS3/Wii route.
American Rangers/Delta Force
The British SAS
And the Russian Spetsnaz.
Is it just me or is Actovision and infinity leaving the PC users with nothing for the past few years. WTF is up with that?
ive got to agree
ild rather play this on pc. even though ild be guilty for buying it on both console and pc. :blush:
game looks good. please, no flamebot comparisons on which version is better. i REALLY dont need to read it 4 times with 50+ posts in each
were you just using that post to brag to us that you beat COD 2 and 3 on the hardest difficulty setting? Cuz it sounded like it...and it was lame.
This game will be good...but not like...FREAKIN' AWESOME! Treyarch screwed up COD3 really bad!
Edit: Boostin'...Mortal Kombat IS a lot better than COD. WWII shooter vs. Brutal Fighter... MK:A was the best one too...
im done with that series.
Yeah mortal kombat is SOO much better right? LMAO!!
and are not over with, atleast in my book.
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