being a fan of the COD franchise I am really looking forwards to this next one, a modern combat version of theres is a good move since there WWII ones have already kicked MoH in the nuts over and over again.
and thankfully I'll have no pc upgrade troubles, since you can just stick in in a console, much easier:wargamer:
Honestly, I wasn't impressed. It seemed to me like a reskinned version of CoD2. I had trouble justifying the purchase of CoD2 because it was so much the same as 1. 3 I didn't bother with. Just seems to me like they're milking the franchise.
>> Bought it today, 25% discount fae my work. It is supremely quality. It has all the COD markings, except wi automatic weapons and night vision goggles, and all the new modern shite. WHOORA!!:victory:
got it today, looks good, but I can't play it since my uncles too busy getting killed repeatedly, like always, BUT I noticed the SAS captain looks rather suspicious (some of you may notice somethings that are very familiar)
sounds good, but I was supremly disappointed with CoD3. CoD 1&2 were really good, and I enjoy playing them alot (even though they are now reasonably old, only World in Conflict managed to pull me away from my re-run of 2 on veteran), but after how ridiculous I found CoD3, I was a bit apprehensive of 4. May go get it now though...
oh yea, and CoD pwns MoH. MoH used to be good (back on the PS1), but it just didn't catch up with the times
Well that settles it. Now that I have my new computer I am going to buy this game. I love the singleplayer campaigns in shooters well enough but online play is the deal maker for me. Now that I hear it is really that good.... oh yeah
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