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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Review (GodisaGeek)

GodisaGeek: "Whether you like it or not, the Call of Duty franchise has pushed both software and hardware in the current generation to its limits. With unmatchable sales that continue to break records year after year, the franchise has become a household name. Over the iterations, Call of Duty has continued to set the bar for the FPS genre. The big questions on the lips of gamers this year was “Will Modern Warfare 3 be a 2.5?” and “Will Battlefield 3 be the better game?”

In the run-up to Modern Warfare 3′s release, the answer to those questions was anybody’s guess. While there was a flurry of information regarding Spec Ops, multiplayer and Activision’s new subscription service, Elite, there wasn’t too much to be known about the story. We got a few teasers telling us it would be set all around the world, in the midst of a “global confict”, but not much more than that. With the game now out, we played through it to see if Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games has pushed the envelope of the genre even further than that of previous Call of Duty titles."

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JebusF2194d ago

Wholeheartedly agree with this review, but for a player like myself (who isn't very good) the new additions to the multiplayer make it a far more enjoyable experience.

bumnut2194d ago (Edited 2194d ago )

"the Call of Duty franchise has pushed both software and hardware in the current generation to its limits"

I stopped reading at that point.

COD sells in amazing numbers but to say it pushes hardware to the limit is crazy. If that were true we must have maxed out pc, 360 & ps3 in 2006.