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This week, since it's pretty much the only game that anyone in the world is playing right now, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 takes center stage in the Game Informer Show. Instead of our usual multi-game format, we decided to keep the show frosty and focused on what's likely to be the year's best-selling title. In segment one, Matt Helgeson, Jeff Cork, Matt Bertz, and Adam Biessener delve into the game's single-player component, handing out kudos and a few nagging complaints. The crew also discusses how effective and necessary the game's most controversial level is in the context of the whole. For part two, it's multiplayer madness with Andy Reiner, Matt Bertz, and Adam. From the awesome new perks to the intricately designed levels, this game's multiplayer has enough content to keep us playing for months. In addition, we examine the new co-op Spec Ops mode, which is already earning raves from the staff. This episode features music from the U.K. world music label Soundway Records.
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