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EuroGamer - Modern Warfare 3 Preview

EuroGamer - It started with a nuke.

Except, if you ask me, that's a popular misconception. The nuclear weapon that goes off in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare may have been the smoking gun that drove us toward things like Modern Warfare 2's infamous terrorist siege in a Russian airport, but the shock and awe at the heart of Infinity Ward's single-player campaigns began longer ago than that. Perhaps it was in September 1942, during Call of Duty 2's Russian campaign, when your commander told you there weren't enough weapons to go around and you should wait for the man next to you to die, then use his.

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