Game Vortex: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - Reflex Edition Review

Game Vortex writes: "Two years. That's how much time Wii loyalists have spent missing out on one of the most successful first-person shooters of all time. It's true that the Wii got the third entry in the series, as well as last year's bloody vision of World War II. However, it never got Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare... until now. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - Reflex Edition is plenty late to the party -- almost too late, in fact. On its own, Reflex is a great first-person shooter and a worthy port, but it should come to nobody's surprise that this is not the definitive version of Call of Duty 4."

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EvilTwin3160d ago

80 is a fair score, IMO. Around 85 is the score I'd give this game (if the original was about a 95, take 5 points off for the hit in visuals, and 2.5 each off for the decreased player count and no voice chat).

However, I simply do NOT understand this:

"Even with these valuable tools, the Wii-mote/Nunchuk controls simply don't feel as good as a controller or keyboard and mouse."

The remote/nunchuck won't one-up a keyboard/mouse. But once again, who are these people who find dual analog more comfortable than pointer controls?

Maybe it's just me, but using dual analog seems akin to drawing with an Etch-a-Sketch, while using the Wii remote is like free-hand drawing.