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  • Blog Post: A fun but formulaic entry in the popular series

    The Call of Duty series is a hot franchise in gaming, ever since its start in 2003 the series has been mainly World War II focused, but really hit the big time when the Modern Warfare took the stellar gameplay and brought it to the modern day. Modern Warfare 3 comes after the departure of almost half... More
  • Blog Post: Pushing the Wii to its limits (and then some)

    I always write long reviews, and now I'm sick of it. You want to know what MW3 is? See Game Informer's PS3 version review. This is about what they didn't cover, and what IGN did a bad job of covering. Want a professional review of the Wii version of this game? See www.nintendolife.com . Well... More
  • Blog Post: MW3: MW2.5

    Modern Warfare 3 is upon us and I for one could not be happier. Having been teased and drip-fed information and trailers throughout the year, this is definitely one of the games I had been waiting on. I am and always have been a shooter, through and through. I spend almost every single night online playing... More
  • Blog Post: End Game. Modern Warfare 3

    It wasn't about Makarov, it wasn't about World War III, Russian terrorists, or The Four Horsemen. It was an epic, the epic, of Captain Price. When I first arrived at my friends house to play Modern Warfare 3 I was happy with it. Nothing over the top, just a game deserving an 85/100, probably... More
  • Blog Post: Campaign Fantastic, Multiplayer Supreme, Survival Madness = Great Game

    OK, this game is what you can expect if you played the previous Modern Warfares. When I heard the unveiling and reveal of the game, I was nervous because after the incomplete exodus of Infinity Ward that the game will not be as good as it should. But with Sledgehammer Games aiding them this time, they... More
  • Blog Post: The Truth Of Modern Warfare 3: An Unbaised Review

    The community has given what they believe is "realistic score", even when all they want to do is give the game a 0. What happened? Modern Warfare 2 was praised when it was released, Black Ops too. What happened in the time that made people turn on the franchise? Repeating itself? While I dislike... More
  • Blog Post: A Rewarding Experience

    Modern Warfare 3 is a fun and rewarding experience. I instantly enjoyed the game from the minute I picked up the controller. The first mode I played was Spec Ops, just so I could get a feel for the controls. The game's controls work great and are easy to learn. The game has a good variety of weapons... More
  • Blog Post: Over and Over and Over again

    New story same gameplay while the game is still fun at times there is not enough new stuff to be considered more than a glorified map pack. While the game is significitally less glitchy and has an even better storyline it relly has new maps and recyled weapons from previous games. the new killstreak... More
  • Blog Post: Modern Warfare 3

    Finally, we figure out what happens to our heroes Price and Soap, along with a new addition, the former Spetsnaz Yuri. Since we all probably know how the story goes, atleast for the most part I will go straight into gameplay. Campaign: The Campaign is amazing, by far the best COD campaign I have ever... More
  • Blog Post: Let down or Diamond in the rough?

    To say the least Modern Warfare 3 was a big let down to me. Starting right where you left off in the campaign you join Soap Price and Nikolai after killing Shepard. You retreat with Price to a resistance head quarters where you treat Soap for his wounds. I'll stop explaining the story there but lets... More
  • Blog Post: Call of Duty is not going anywhere, and not in a good way.

    Call of Duty was a great series where innovation and wonderfully made campaigns and multiplayer came into one great package, and easily one of the best games in the industry. Sadly it got picked by Bobby's trend of milking every last cent of the game by releasing a new Call of Duty title every year... More
  • Blog Post: Give Me a Fistful of Explosions and a Dozen Russians in my Crosshair

    I've just finished a marathon with the latest offering in the block-busting Call of Duty series. I enjoyed it, but only so much when compared to the last title releases. The ultimate question of this game is if it will appeal to fans or attempt to rekindle the addictiveness of it's Great Forefather... More
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