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Why Buy Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3!

Updated on July 1, 2014
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 Game Play
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 Game Play

Modern Warfare 3 (MW3)

Classic Games Review - Modern Warfare 3

The Finale...

Its explosive, chaotic and the most fun I have ever had when playing a first person shooter by far. I can honestly say, this is not only the last in the Modern Warfare series for the Call of Duty franchise but also the best. I'm sure that what Infinity Ward were going for when they were planning Modern Warfare 3, was explosive madness which the fans would love and really leave a print behind for the Modern Warfare title. As always with the last in the series for a game, you almost expect the creators of the game to mess things up, whether its the game play, story line, or the ending. But I believe that this game was fantastic on all fronts, the story ended great, the game play was awesome and the entire game ran smoothly. It had been two years since the release of Modern Warfare 2 which was released in November 2009, then on November 8th 2011 we saw the release of Modern Warfare 3, a truly epic game. I think that I am speaking for all Call of Duty Modern Warfare fans when I say that we were all pleased with the ending for Modern Warfare 3.

Multi Player

From first hand experience in playing the multi player in the previous two Modern Warfare games, Modern Warfare 3 had by far the most entertaining game play experience. The guns, the maps, the perks and the game modes were all superb and made for a very entertaining experience. What I have always loved about Infinity Wards Modern Warfare games is the power behind the multi player game play with the ability to use weapons to dominate the game. For instance if you are in a multi player match with a sniper then you might expect to do fairly bad on the kill to death ratio, with Modern Warfare with a little practice you could find yourself dominating the match. Another example is if you were to use explosions as your primary weapon, so by using the grenade launcher, grenades and other explosive weapons, used right could cause devastation for the opposing team. The maps for Modern Warfare 3 are the best I have ever seen set in various environments which are medium sized to small as always but still, very fun to play a match on. The guns are more or less what you would expect on a Modern Warfare game, the abilities for the guns vary, but all cause mayhem if used properly. With the right team you could find yourself dominating any and all matches which you enter which is why team work is vital on Call of Duty multi player because all matches are won through team work. Although what I have noticed happening more now on Call of Duty multi player is everyone going out for them selves leaving their team mates to the massacre which lays ahead of them. Especially the less experienced gamers who are new to the Call of Duty franchise. I prefer to help the less experienced so that everyone leaves the match with a fair few points and kills.

Those of you who may not be so used to the game may have heard of quick scoping and noob tubing. To quick scope is to aim in with your sniper quickly to shoot and kill the enemy whereas noob tubing is using the grenade launcher to kill the enemy. These are two things which I myself do not do in the game as it can annoy the opposing team, so I stick to using assault rifles and sub machine guns. Overall a powerful game play experience with a long lasting amount of fun especially if you wish to get to prestige 10 which takes time but putting in the effort really does seem worth while in the end.

Single Player

Since this is the finale for the Modern Warfare series, it was clear that the story was going to need to end in an entertaining manor. Luckily the creators did the job right and the story's plot was superb ending in a more than exciting way. When playing the single player campaign you will get lost in the entertaining events which occur in playing and the mayhem really does seem never ending. For me I thought the single player campaign had more than enough action/shooting to last a life time. A fantastic ending to the best Call of Duty franchise ever created (Modern Warfare).

Survival Mode

Spec Ops reinvented for Modern Warfare 3 named survival mode which leaves you to defend yourself against hordes of enemy soldiers. I was a little unsure about survival mode before playing it because I though that Spec Ops was fantastic and I loved playing it on Modern Warfare 2. But when Modern Warfare 3 was released and I played survival mode for the first time it blew me away. As it was so fun especially when you had to kill the juggernauts which could be annoying at times, but non the less killable. This game mode made for a great addition to the game and could be played in single player or online co-op.

Classic Games Overview

An amazing multi player experience with the finale single player campaign for the Call of Duty Modern Warfare franchise. The latest addition to Modern Warfare with survival mode which allows you to play with friends/alone to kill hoards of enemy soldiers. The biggest multi player experience for arguably the best Call of Duty game ever made.

Why buy Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3?

The largest multi player experience ever seen for a Call of Duty Modern Warfare game with an entertaining single player campaign which will draw you in through its game play and epic cut scenes. With a now great/affordable price at £10/$25 in 2013 only two years after its release, if you have not played the game and you are a fan of first person shooters, I would advise buying the game.

Thank you for reading my review, any comments appreciated, please rate the game yourself and please feel free to check out my other hubs.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 Rating

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