The only reason why I wanted to play Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3’s campaign was to see how much the mass exodus of Infinity Ward staff affected the game. I wasn’t curious for the story because Modern Warfare 2’s ridiculous series of events already threw out any reason why I should care. So yes, the only reason was to see how the “new“ Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games handled this multimillion dollar franchise.
I just wrapped up Modern Warfare 3’s campaign which leaves me with just two more “Holiday 2011” games to “finish”: Dark Souls and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
I’ve been playing Battlefield 3’s multiplayer, Modern Warfare 3’s Spec Ops and pondering revisiting Uncharted 3 after the supposed aiming fix drops.
So far there hasn’t been an outright dud which I’ve stopped playing like last year’s Fallout: New Vegas. Hopefully Skyrim doesn’t become that, but I have a feeling that won’t be the case.
I’ve picked up Dark Souls again and my feelings towards that game haven’t changed a bit. Despite not finishing it yet, I may go ahead with a review.
Oh there are so many games out at the moment. I haven’t even bought them all because I have yet to complete any of the ones I’ve purchased already.
Let’s take a look at the progress of each:
I’m level 51 at the moment and based on what I’ve seen from my brother’s game, I have a lot more dying to go through before I can put this one to rest.
According to Activision, Infinity Ward, Sledgehammer games and whoever else is responsible for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, “the most anticipated game in history” is coming this Tuesday.
It doesn’t matter if I agree with the latter half of that statement, it’s going to be an interesting release for a number of reasons:
Not the Infinity Ward We Knew
We’re already seeing early comparison screenshots where the Xbox 360 version is edging out Sony’s platform on the technical side of things. I’m not expert, but those PS3 screenshots are reminding me of last year’s low resolution Call of Duty: Black Ops for the PlayStation 3.