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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare


0:0106/11/2007Posted by David Scammell3 Comments

When Infinity Ward first unveiled Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, public reaction was split right down the middle. Moving out of their World War II comfort zone and into a gritty modern-day setting, many were curious as to the reasons why, believing that the award-winning development studio had perhaps bitten off more than they could chew. After all, the modern-day shooter genre is already packed with sublime quality and it would truly take some-thing special to even make a mark. On the flipside, many of us welcomed the change, the WWII genre rapidly staling and, quite frankly, overdone to the point of tedium. So how well have Infinity Ward handled the jump out of the trench and into the DZ?

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