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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) review
by remitoid

This is a review of the single player campaign. The first half of it was fun. Fighting in the urban environments during the first few missions with civilians to watch out for were a nice change. Towards the end it'll be more of the same gauntlet with increasing numbers of infinite enemies that we've seen since the original Modern Warfare. Sometimes there is a small change in the gameplay to vary it a bit, but usually these instances are also heavily scripted.

The graphics and audio are good. There are some annoying bugs mostly regarding graphics, but running everything on the highest setting is not a requirement for me, so they didn't really bother me much. The voice acting is good, the music easily forgettable.

The story is good enough and doesn't get boring, but I feel like it's missing something. There are no intense, memorable highlights, but some of the main characters are interesting. If you've liked the previous titles of the series, this is a pretty safe bet.

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Yeh, the single campaign is rather standard "call of duty" thingy with couple cinematicly awesome scenese in houses, but multiplayer is fantastic. I've never was a big fan of multiplayer shooters, but CoD MW blew my mind with flawless mechanics on PS4 and smooth balance of skill and "fun". Can recommend to anyone (at least on PlayStation)
«Can’t stop playing»
«Constantly dying and enjoy it»
"Bravo Six, goin' dark."

This review is based only on the SP campaign, which is awesome. The story is edgy without being too much, voice acting is top notch in characters like Kyle, Price, Farah, etc..., the NV graphics are unbelievably good and it is overall a good story which teases at an even better game coming next. The campaign is a bit too short though IMO and the ending seems like a bit too much of a "Fast & Furious" sort of ending which I dislike given the flow of the rest of the campaign.

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