Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 picks up where Modern Warfare 2 left off with the invasion of Manhattan by Russian forces. You will blaze through 20 action-packed missions located in England, Russia, America, Germany, and France, playing as a Russian Federal Protective Services agent, an SAS Operative and a tank gunner. The Spec-Ops missions from MW2 will make a return, split into "Mission" and "Survival" modes. Also, Call of Duty: MW3 will have the amazing CoD-style multiplayer that you have come to known.
Ok. Due to many people not giving a fair given review of it is sad. Its not the "shittest" or "crappiest" game ever existing. There are lots more worse than this.
Don't compare this to BF3 because they are two entire different games. If they were close, then wouldn't it be pointless to have one or the other? First off, the campaign is what a CoD campaign. Very intense and worth a play. Second. The co-op and survival mode gives a lot of replay and you can play offline with a good friend. There is nothing wrong with the multiplayer its just there is nothing new or different. I've played CoD 1 and ever since it was the same gameplay. However BF has had the same gameplay too. Classes, etc. The flamers of these reviews are pathetic. Not because of their opinion, but because of their opinions are nothing but "i hate this game period." No reasoning at all. The guns are unbalance but that is sometimes a good thing. Its like real life. I thought people wanted more of a "realistic" type of game. Pistols will do less than their rifle counterpart. But in the end its possibly fatal. I think this game is decent. It runs. It plays like a typical CoD game. However it does lack in new changes or additions. They replace the zombies with survival. its cool. Makes me want to play it again. However, even though I'm not a competitive person and don't play multiplayer anyhow, I do tend to believe that the maps were small, and not much leg room. Now THIS is a review. Not this "BF3 is better" crap. I played BF 1942 and BF 2 more and I think as a BF fan, that BF3 has a crappy campaign and there are not bots. So it sucks. You like that now? Probably not.
Well it is pretty much the same as MW2 (favorite COD game). Accept this time it looks like it was meant to be over the top and have possibly the WORST spec ops modes iv'e ever seen! The only two lifesavers for this game are: survival mode; and another bad *** ending!
The gaming community has never had a shortage of First Person Shooter games. Almost like clockwork, every year a new FPS comes out that breaks sales records and dominates the market and receives critical acclaim. Doom, Quake, Halflife, Halo, Medal of Honor and on and on, the FPS marches forward to dominate sales and past glories set. So what was it about Modern Warfare that, despite being a basic clone of games before it, has continued to grow?
The renewable fanbase is something that I think few critics of the series have not considered. For fans that have been around since the 2007 release, the game has either not lived up to expectations or grown stale due to its repeat game model.
The critics fail to realize that every year new players who have never played a MW game are experiencing the game for the first time. To them, and me, MW is a brand new experience. I've played Battlefield 3, and the game is not for me. Where BF3 is a huge game that you can walk around for five or ten minutes without seeing anyone, in MW3 you can't run around five or ten seconds without running into someone.
Many critics have cited that not only is the game ”more of the same” but that the maps are also bland and uninspired. When I first started the game, I recognized the MP maps as following two models- maze and linear. Maze maps are basically hallways, clutter and obstacles that litter a map and force players into close combat. This model is usually tough to learn and benefits players with fast reaction times that favor close quarters weapons such as shotguns and sub-machine guns. The linear maps are typically wide open maps with little to no Z-axis play and a central focus. These maps are prone to snipers and medium range weapons such as assault rifles. An experienced FPS player will quickly identify these maps and adapt their game-play for each map rather than forcing the same style of play for every map.
For me, this is a fresh experience which I give an 8.