Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Game of the Year Edition

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Game of the Year Edition

  • Game of the year – The game has secured more than 15 perfect score reviews, and more than 50 combined Editor’s Choice and Game of the Year awards
  • Free Variety Map Pack – includes a code to download the map pack. The pack includes four new multiplayer maps – Creek, Broadcast, Chinatown, and Killhouse
  • Authentic advanced weaponry – With more than 70 new and authentic weapons and gear, including assault rifles with laser sites, claymore mines,. 50 caliber sniper rifles, machine guns, night-vision goggles, and ghillie suits for maximum concealment, Call of Duty 4 – Modern Warfare has you locked and loaded to accomplish your mission
  • Coordinated assault and support – Rapid deployment gives you an adrenaline rush as you fast-rope from tactical helicopters, ride in an armada of attack choppers, utilize jets to remove enemy strongholds, and even engage hostiles from thousands of feet above the ground inside a state of the art aerial gunship
  • Cinematic quality graphics and sound

Get transported to the most treacherous hotspots around the globe to take on a rogue enemy group threatening the world. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Game of the Year Edition arms you with an arsenal of advanced and powerful modern day firepower. As both a U.S Marine and British S.A.S. soldier fighting through an unfolding story full of twists and turns, you use sophisticated technology, superior firepower, and coordinated land and air strikes on a battlefield where speed, accuracy and communic

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  1. A. Whitehead "Werthead" says:
    94 of 102 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Enjoyable, but the formula is getting a little stale., April 9, 2009
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    A. Whitehead “Werthead” (Colchester, Essex United Kingdom) –
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    Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Game of the Year Edition (Video Game)

    Way back in the day, I was a fan of the Medal of Honour series of games, particularly the Allied Assault series. Back in 2002 this was cutting-edge stuff, with its depiction of the D-Day landings and its mix of realism with solid gameplay. There were limits to what the game could do, however. Due to engine and technical limitations, it wasn’t possible to create ‘open’ levels, so the player was carefully herded where the designers wanted him to go, giving rise to an odd situation where American soldiers fighting across an open field would find their route determined by impassable wire fences. But this was a minor complaint in 2002 given the quality of the visuals and the intensity of the action.
    Some of the Allied Assault team broke off in 2002 to form a new company, Infinity Ward, specifically to address issues like this and ramp up the intensity of the war simulation experience. In late 2003 they launched their own take on the concept, Call of Duty, which went on to eclipse its forebear in critical acclaim. Call of Duty 2 carried on this fine tradition. However, both games still felt limited. CoD2 improved things by sometimes allowing a choice of several different paths to an objective, but there was still none of the freedom being offered that would really benefit the game, and the ingredients were feeling a little stale.

    Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare seeks to update the experience by switching to a near-future setting depicting a Middle-Eastern warlord and a mental Russian agent teaming up to launch a nuclear attack on the United States and ‘reclaim’ both their countries for Team Crazy. The typically intense CoD combat experience is once again on offer here, and it has to be said that when they are on form, Infinity Ward can’t be beaten for offering combat experiences which offer a solid approximation of the chaos of real combat (or so I’m informed by people I know in the army). The problem is that Infinity Ward are so focused on recreating that feeling of insane carnage that they sacrifice a lot of other elements, leading to frustrating gameplay.

    I mentioned earlier that in 2002 it simply wasn’t possible to have an open gameworld with multiple paths to an objective and also maintain a high visual quality. These days this isn’t even remotely an issue any more, as Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter, a game with superior graphics to CoD4, demonstrated, giving you the run of the streets of Mexico City and allowing you your own choice of tactics, approaches, use of cover and weapons and the calling in of support as needed. In CoD4 suddenly being stuck in a closely-regulated ‘on a rails’ shooter is annoying and frustrating. Engaged in a close-quarters alley gun battle, I hit upon the idea of using a side-alley to flank the enemy, only to be met by a wall of impassable tyres. Great.
    Worse was to come, however. The game encourages you to keep up the advance whenever possible, presumably because of the creators’ desire to focus on intense combat. This results in slightly ridiculous situations where your entire team is exchanging fire with enemy forces on the other side of a courtyard. In any sane military in the world, you would clear the area of all visible opponents and then move in and mop up the survivors. You can’t do that in CoD4 as the enemy’s ranks are constantly replenished. You can’t actually make a dent in the enemy numbers until you move forward to the next objective. Yup, this military simulator game basically demands that you charge into enemy gunfire and engage them at pointblank range. The uses of cover and making the most of range and numbers, among the most basic concepts of modern warfare, are actually discouraged.

    On the plus side, this is a slickly-produced game, with great music, impressive graphics and instinctive controls. Mission briefings are nicely-realised and make full use of satellite maps. The in-game banter is sometimes funny, although it doesn’t stray far from the usual macho cliches. The designers are also clearly enormous fans of Aliens, employing music that is very similar to Horner’s score for that movie, naming at least one character after an Aliens one and quoting dialogue from the movie several times. It’s also good to see the Brits and Russians get a look-in as well as the Americans (although you only get to control the British SAS platoon and an American Marine Corps contingent, not the Russian loyalist forces). There’s also a great but all-too-brief level where you get to play the gunner on a Lockheed AC-130 gunship.

    The game’s highlight is an unexpected flashback mission which takes place in Chernobyl, with just you and another sniper having to sneak past the heavily fortified perimeter in order to assassinate an enemy dignitary. This a very tense, well-designed mission depicting the ruined city in a very atmospheric manner, culminating in an absolutely insane stand-off with half the Russian army where, for…

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  2. Jacob H. Sherman "Maverick T-Bones McBuff" says:
    25 of 28 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Will Work on Windows Vista Too!, July 27, 2009
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    Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Game of the Year Edition (Video Game)

    Hi,

    Call of Duty 4 is a fantastic game, from the single player to the multiplayer. I am mainly writing this review to clear up the misconception that Amazon is perpetrating that this game is only for Windows XP in order for you to buy the more expensive $59.99 version of this game. The back cover of the DVD case clearly says that this game is for Windows XP and Vista.

    Thanks.

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  3. NeuroSplicer says:
    17 of 18 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A GUTSY MOVE BY Activision!, April 2, 2009
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    NeuroSplicer (Freeside, in geosynchronous orbit) –
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    Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Game of the Year Edition (Video Game)

    If truth be told, WWII had been done to death. Ever since the original CASTLE WOLFENSTEIN-3D, every war theater, every front, every battle has been done again and again. True, some more than others and, yes, a number of great games was produced. Yet, some game developers seem unable to stop whipping a very tired horse..

    ACTIVISION proved it had the guts to break with the mold it had made its CALL OF DUTY franchise a huge success. CoD4 is set in a (fictional) present in which American and British agents are called upon to stop a Russian plutocrat with Soviet-nostalgia and terrorist aspirations.

    The weapons are new, the gameplay is inventive, the graphics are realistic, the settings are beautiful – a great game all together! And the GOTY edition comes prepatched and runs like a dream.

    HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

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