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Reviewer:
ChainsawAutopsy
Reviews:
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32 (69% helpful)

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  1.  special forces at work

    Posted: 

    Having only played the beta youll have to excuse my limited knowledge on this one, what i can tell you though is that its so far the most brilliant FPS i have ever played. The Call Of Duty Series has been the backbone of many xbox 360 gamers collections for some time now, but many felt COD3 was a step in the wrong direction and although i thoroughly enjoyed the game it did lack some of the polish of its predecessor. Not to worry, the fourth instalment has been handed over to the team behind number two so the quality feel is back in this one. The first thing to mention about the actual game its self is that the are no sausage munching bosch in sight as this one is set in the modern world, hence the title:
    Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. The second thing to know, and this is very important, is that there are considerably less in the way of glory stealing yanks too, yes this game actually has British SAS (the best in the world) and Russian Spetnaz (wouldnt mess with em myself) The gameply is involving, the graphics are enchanting and the game just works so well. On the multiplayer alone you can gain ranks (and permanently keep them, similar to rainbow six but the upgrades are worth having) call in airstrikes (an overview of the map comes up and you use a cursor to target the area of your choice before several jets fly overhead and flatten your enemy into a fine paste) you can now stab people when your upclose for a silent kill, i could go on and on about the upgrades and perks you can aquire but id just be making the wait for the game harder to bear, just buy it, you can thank me later.

  2.  awesomely bad

    Posted: 

    Halo 1:brilliant. Halo2:poor. Halo3: you can guess where this is going. Oh well, it'll make a pretty coaster. Myself and everyone i have have spoken to on the subject (bar two people who are usually heavily intoxicated) are in agreement, obviously it could never live up to the hype of "the mighty Halo3" but this is so far below par youd be better off buying a couple of water pistols and chasing your dog around the garden with a mate, spewing dialouge so cheesy you could have it on toast. awesome? awesomely bad. The gameplay is painfully repetative and the online just seems poorly thrown together, infact theres only three things they did right here, 1: the vehicles are fun to drive and well animated 2: the graphics are beutifully rendered (the flow of the water is certainly the best ive seen outside of reality) 3: well, there is no 3, i just didnt want to sound as negative as everyone else. Save your money, buy Call Of Duty 4.

  3.  grinding, brutal and beautiful

    Posted: 

    One of the best albums ever to grace my ears, megadeth have been long famed for their technical ability and brutal lead but countdown adds a sinister edge to their solid sound, truly heavy, melodic (not in some crappy emo way) and memorable beyond reason. Countdown is also particularly special as it is completely devoid of filler tracks, every track on the album has that best track on the album feel. Just another reason why megadeth are better than metallica.

  4.  special forces at work

    Posted: 

    having only played the beta youll have to excuse my limited knowledge on this one, what i can tell you though is that its so far the most brilliant FPS i have ever played. The Call Of Duty Series has been the backbone of many xbox 360 gamers collections for some time now, but many felt COD3 was a step in the wrong direction and although i thoroughly enjoyed the game it did lack some of the polish of its predecessor. Not to worry, the fourth instalment has been handed over to the team behind number two so the quality feel is back in this one. The first thing to mention about the actual game its self is that the are no sausage munching bosch in sight as this one is set in the modern world, hence the title:
    Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. The second thing to know, and this is very important, is that there are considerably less in the way of glory stealing yanks too, yes this game actually has British SAS (the best in the world) and Russian Spetnaz (wouldnt mess with em myself) The gameply is involving, the graphics are enchanting and the game just works so well. On the multiplayer alone you can gain ranks (and permanently keep them, similar to rainbow six but the upgrades are worth having) call in airstrikes (an overview of the map comes up and you use a cursor to target the area of your choice before several jets fly overhead and flatten your enemy into a fine paste) you can now stab people when your upclose for a silent kill, i could go on and on about the upgrades and perks you can aquire but id just be making the wait for the game harder to bear, just buy it, you can thank me later.