Xbox 360 MW3 Reviews

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Jun 24, 2012
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So you want to know if a game is any good before you buy it? Below you can find the reviews for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Reviews tell you what the pros and cons are of a game, how the game plays, if the story line is any good, the ESRB Rating, number of players, genre, multiplayer options…You get the idea. We put everything all in one place for you so you’ll be able to figure out if the game is right for you. If you have any questions that the reviews didn’t answer, start a new thread on the forum. Played the game already? Rate it above and tell us why you did or didn’t like it. Better yet, write your own user review!

8.5 out of 10 - Gamespot
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Modern Warfare 3 stays the course, delivering an explosive campaign, taut, competitive action, and challenging cooperative play.
9 out of 10 - IGN
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Despite its flaws, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 takes the fantastic series we’ve come to love over the years and iterates on it with great success.​
9.5 out of 10 - Official Xbox Magazine
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Add in the enhanced awesomeness that is Spec Ops (16 brief co-op missions based on campaign stages + its own ranking system + a series of two-player Survival stages), and Modern Warfare 3serves up one startlingly huge, polished, and downright entertaining shooter experience.
9 out of 10 - Game Informer
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Modern Warfare 3 does little to fundamentally change the well-known franchise formula, but it offers enough enhancements to recommend it to any fan.
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For some reason, Call of Duty games always seem to get good reviews. Even though they offer virtually nothing new and innovative in each game, they're still getting 9.5's and 10's in the leading game review sites and magazines. I just don't get it. Maybe Black Ops II will break that trend, but the only thing new MW3 offered was Elite, a $60 ripoff that got people to pay $120 for the game.
The single-player campaign provides ammunition for both camps. Set in several major European cities (with the odd African detour) during the third world war, it is once again a five-hour series of linear, over-the-top set pieces at the very limit of credibility.

Even Hollywood couldn't afford this. Players pitch up to one bombed-out landmark after another, blowing up what isn't already destroyed before moving on in search of the villainous Vladimir Makarov. It's as ridiculous and exhilarating as ever, and pleasingly without the occasional sudden leap in difficulty that blighted its predecessors.