Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (2011)

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The Russian Federation continues its invasion of the U.S., as well as Europe, including England, France and Germany.

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Will Staples, Paul Haggis, Justin Harris

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16 November 2011 | cox_oneshotprogress
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| Brilliant Sequel
Although the single player campaign only lasts about 10 hours, it is well worth it! Each mission is fast paced and leaves little time for a breather. You will find yourself wanting to replay certain levels (such as the presidential plane dive bombing whilst you're trying to neutralise certain hijackers).The storyline carries on from MW2 and is just as brutal as its predecessor. As usual the acting is as good as you'll get in a game,such as William Fichtner and Kevin Mckidd.

The multiplayer again stands on its own and introduces new maps, new guns, new rewards and a couple of new game modes! Playing for 1 match or 10 you'll still feel like you've achieved something. You'll be so caught up in the game that when you hear the achievement sound it'll keep you thinking what else have i done? There are a few tweeks here and there to the old style that you'll be used to but all for the best.

The only criticism i can give this game is that there is no space for sniping within the maps that i can find. However that could easily change with DLC in time.

All in all, a brilliant sequel to juggernaut of a series.

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Release Date:

8 November 2011

Language

English, French, German


Country of Origin

USA

Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$775,000,000 (World-wide) (8 November 2011)

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