Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 for Xbox 360
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

Nov 8, 2011
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About this game

Developer: Infinity Ward
Content Rating: Mature


In the game's single player campaign Russian Ultranationalist Vladimir Makarov continues his manipulation of Russian Federation forces in their invasion of the United States and Europe. In their way stands characters like Task Force 141 Captain John "Soap" MacTavish, former SAS Captain John Price as well as new playable characters from Delta Force and the British SAS. Engage enemy forces in New York, Paris, Berlin and other attack sites across the globe. The world stands on the brink, and Makarov is intent on bringing civilization to its knees. In this darkest hour, are you willing to do what is necessary.

Critic Reviews

27 Reviews
Justin ClouseNov 11, 2011
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is much like its predecessors: a bombastic but brief single player campaign coupled with laser-focused multiplayer. Unless you've started feeling fatigued by the last few iterations of this series, you should pick up Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. There's enough variety and new features to keep the experience feeling fresh despite being grounded in what's worked before.
Trevor HoustonNov 07, 2011
Although the single player experience can be a bit on the short side, it is deeply engaging and features some of the most epic scenes we have seen in a single player game to date. The Spec Ops co-op mode and Elite service only serve to enhance the overall CoD experience. At the end of the day, Modern Warfare 3 is a must own and is as good as it gets for Xbox 360 shooters.
Game TrailersNov 08, 2011
In some ways, the Call of Duty franchise has become a reflection of modern society. Essentially the candy of video games, it’s easy to play in short bursts and still glean something rewarding from the experience. As attention spans dissipate, games like this strike the sweet spot of time spent versus reward gained. Yet there’s also an extremely deep multiplayer experience where the changes seem minimal but pack a big punch.


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