IMG Reviews Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
8:31 AM | Marcus Albers | 26 comments
Inside Mac Games has posted a review of the popular war FPS from Aspyr and Infinity Ward, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. The backdrop for Modern Warfare is not WWII, as has been the case so far in the Call of Duty series, but a modern day conflict, albeit an imaginary one. Here's an excerpt from the review:
A suitably descriptive tutorial teaches you the basics before throwing you into the action. You begin as a British S.A.S troop named "Soap" Mctavish on an interception mission - the target being an Estonian boat with a special "package" on board. I won't give too much of the game away, but you quickly discover they are harboring a nuclear warhead and the story moves on from there. It moves along at a sprightly pace, transporting you to many different environments throughout Russia and the Middle East. Never once does it take a breath - it always has something in store around the corner. In one mission you are stealthily attempting to reach an evacuation zone while behind enemy lines. After a few quick spars with the enemy, you think the coast is clear, then suddenly a pack of guard dogs is set upon you. I must say that I got quite a fright when it occurred... I'll leave the imagination to work out what happened next. This is just a small snapshot of the full campaign - I found it to be a real roller coaster ride.Follow the link below to read the full review.
IMG Review: Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
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