Review: Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare
Chris Berrow and Leigh Milner review the latest CoD game...
Chris - When I finally finally managed to get to the game I started off playing the single player... before we launch into the online because that's what Modern Warfare is all about you know. One of my favorite super super smooth bits you know that the shooting is amazing the story's pretty good actually some of the favorite characters make an appearance again like Soap. It's a guy called Soap because and it's very similar very similar if you played a Call of Duty before you have played essentially this game. This the second mission though quite violent and it's terrorism on the streets of London. And for me it didn't sit right. It seems okay when it's kind of you know notionally random bad guys but when it's when it was on the streets of London, especially given recent times that I don't know that it feel right to me to do that.
Leigh - Yeah. Some people would say you know it's fictional and fighting goes on all the time all over the world and we see that in games.
Chris - I mean I'd say six out of ten for the solo. Now the multiplayer which is what it's really all about when it comes to CoD is the best yet. Super super smooth. The best online experience I've had playing. There's this thing called Hardcore Team Deathmatch which is my ideal my ideal way of playing this game.