Call Of Duty Feaver!

Discussion in 'General Gaming Discussion' started by rockstar99, Nov 12, 2009.

  1. rockstar99

    rockstar99 Hi

    Dec 3, 2008
    Is the whole world playing?
    I think so:
    On my wii I added 16 friend in Modern Warfare Reflex and right now I searched for a match and 15 of them were online [​IMG]
    After playing for 2 hours I took a break and went on my PS3 and played Modern Warfare 2, I was playing single player and I keapt getting messages(8 in total) to play online and by the time I reached online there were a total of 9 people playing finally after a while I went to my friend place and guess what he was doing....
    Playing modern warfare 2 on his Xbox 360 so after he was done I was checking out his 360 and saw that 28 of his friends were playing the same game.
    Also on the DS when i serach for a match I find 5 player in less than a minute [​IMG]

  2. ZonMachi

    ZonMachi GBAtemp Regular

    Aug 29, 2008
    United States
    [​IMG] well my mind is one that CoD:MW2 is probably never going to get a hold of. I don't even have the game.
  3. blackdragonbaham

    blackdragonbaham GBAtemp Advanced Fan

    Sep 12, 2009
    Gambia, The
    hyper dystopian dimension
    will let the game enter my mind too [​IMG], the modern warfare parts are the best games within the call of duty series, great graphics/ gameplay, tragic and authentic storyline and epical action, and a genial multiplayer on the top of that, don't wonder why so much people are addicted to it; warfare one brought some fresh ideas to the genre of worldwar shooters, great peace of software [​IMG]
  4. Guild McCommunist

    Guild McCommunist (not on boat)

    May 6, 2009
    United States
    The Danger Zone
    Well, with Modern Warfare parts, you don't know what's gonna happen. As for the WWII shooters, spoiler alert, we win the war. Who knew the Germans would fall and we'd nuke the Japs? SURPRISE ENDING GUYZ! Not to mention I found they put more character development into Modern Warfare games, probably because they follow the same characters (like Soap) instead of trying to begin and wrap up the story in one game (since CoD7 is in no way related to CoD5's storyline).

    Also, we can only take oh-so-much of the same type of warfare. You can play through the Japanese jungles and islands and shoot across the European countryside for only oh-so-long. Modern Warfare games brought new rules of warfare, such as urban combat and something more focused on tactical gameplay than man power. And for now, the formula is still super fresh. Wait until CoD10 and you'll get sick of it, but for now, soak it up.

    As for the "Codmania" it's a major franchise on all platforms. MW2 will, of course, blow up the sales charts for PS3 and 360. As for the Wii, CoD5 made a damn good impression for hardcore Wii owners and surprisingly proved that hardcore Wii games may work. The Conduit didn't belly flop, but it hit the water pretty hard. House of the Dead bombed a bit, as did MadWorld and other Sega games. CoD5 sold well over a million copies for the Wii, even if it was a slightly rough port. I'm not sure how CoD4 fared sales-wise, but I'm guessing that people enjoyed CoD4 > CoD5 more and the name alone will attract people.

    What I'm really waiting for is next year's or 2011's CoD6 for the Wii. There's a reason they ported CoD4 to the Wii, guys; it was so Wii owners could continue the storyline.
  5. sportscarmadman

    sportscarmadman Advanced Member

    Sep 17, 2009
    South East England
    I dont see how call of duty can get any better than COD6 because they have made it so good that they cant make it any better

    P.S Call Of Duty OWNZ! ALL FPS
  6. apd

    apd GBAtemp Regular

    Oct 26, 2007

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  7. Edgedancer

    Edgedancer Director of Moon based operations

    Oct 2, 2006
    We need a video dude.
  8. Guild McCommunist

    Guild McCommunist (not on boat)

    May 6, 2009
    United States
    The Danger Zone

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