The Quick And Dirty Modern Warfare 3 Review
Finally, Modern Warfare 3 arrived and thousands (or millions?) of gamers are either extremely happy, disappointed or just mad. After the crazy stories of what people were doing to secure a copy, I can only wonder what they did after they played the game. Let’s get busy!
Modern Warfare 3 offers the same formula as previous Call of Duty games. A solid single and multiplayer mode will guarantee an unsafe amount of hours in front of the screen. The single player experience has the feel of a blockbuster movie but I will focus on the multiplayer side of the game. Calling Modern Warfare 3 a “revolution” in multiplayer first person shooters is an insult. MW 2 was an excellent game, and to put it bluntly, my blogger buddy Chris from GamebyNight said it perfectly: “As an expansion, MW3 is wonderful”. The new strike packages are a nice introduction to this relentless, ridiculous fast paced shooter.
I don’t have anything else to say about this (same old but new) Call of Duty release. Should you buy it? If you are in love with its strong points, yes. Otherwise just rent it. Seriously, the game is fast and fun. It follows that same “if it’s not broken, don’t fix it formula” that MW2 had. Just don’t expect much from its community and like always, play with friends.