An honest review for readers that want to know if CoD:MW3 is worth $60.
Can't wait for the dishonest review from FakeView. They'll probably give it a 10 out of 10! Hate me!
Whoever gave this crack baby of a game a perfect score had and will be having a phat holiday season. I'm gonna see how the newest patch is, just to entertainment the idea of it changing all of the maps from horse shit to barely passable. Full well knowing that I'll be playing the same crap as pre patch. Maybe they will put more buildings from finest hour in, just to break up the horrible map design.
"An honest review for readers that want to know if CoD:MW3 is worth $60" Nope. This game is essentially a expansion pack and does not warrant the $60 price tag at all. knock off $30.
You dont understand what you are talking about.
I agree man. I'd never by MW3,but I rented MW3 a few hours ago and I'm already tired of it. I don't see how people can spend $60 on essentially the same game. Glad I rented MW3 first, now I can buy Saints row 3 instead. I'll just stick with BF3 as my main online shooter of choice.
It's not THAT bad. It's just not THAT good either. Shouldn't sell as much is what I say.
I agree that it's a glorified expansion pack, but only to a certain extent. Because of CoD's immense popularity, its criticisms are magnified by the thousands. What about Assassin's Creed: Revelations? Is that not just an expansion pack? Sequels -- especially CoD sequels -- are instant money for publishers/developers, so there's no way they'd drop the price, no matter how much we want them to
Isn't that a problem, though? I'm not big on the AC franchise, so I can't speak on it, but virtually every other series with yearly installments gets critiqued for the smaller things, and they should. It would be akin to buying a new car every year where all they really did was make improve the engine performance a little bit over the last one you had... and maybe paint it a different color.
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