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|État :||Très bon
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|Remarques du vendeur :||“Cheapest Price on Ebay!”|
|Platform:||Sony PlayStation 3||Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)|
|Game Name:||Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare||UPC:||0047875830813|
|Terrorists and insurgents are after you in the third full installment of "Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare" for Sony PlayStation 3. In Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, the World War II setting is now a more modern scene where traditional weapons are replaced with an arsenal of advanced and powerful modern-day firepower. The plot centers on two madmen, Imran Zakhaev in Russia and Al-Asad in the Middle East, who are fomenting unrest around the world in an attempt to cement their own power. You fight through the chaos as both Sergeant John MacTavish, a British SAS operative doing battle in Russia, and Sergeant Paul Jackson, a U.S. Marine fighting in the Middle East. In addition to the main gameplay, you get to join a two-man sniper team on a flashback mission in which players head to the Chernobyl Zone of Alienation on a mission to assassinate a younger Zakhaev.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||60062948|
|Product Key Features|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 3|
|Game Name||Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare|
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|Number of Players||1-4|
|ESRB Rating||M - Mature|
|Game||Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare|
|ESRB Descriptor||Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Strong Language|
|Game Special Features||Fight as both a member of the British Special Air Service and the U.S. Marine Corps Blast terrorists and insurgents with more than 70 modern armaments Rappel from helicopters, call out targets for bombing raids, and perform ni|
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Fast paced and good graphics, but has some flaws.
Hello and I would first like to say that this is a highly addictive game ... I was a hard core old school Socomer and have to admit if it were set up a little more like Combined Assault it would have been A+++++++ ... this is a very good game ... it has a really fun storyline to play in the single player mode and is very good online as well ... although the multiplayer online is where I do almost all of my playing and thats where I call the flaws out ... for starters you can't pick which rooms you want in ... only the type of game mode for ex. if you play team deathmatch ... thats all you can pick and if theres a room up with a board you don't like you have to keep joining, then leaving and wait until another fills up or has an opening ... another thing I really don't like is it doesn't have the option to vote people out of a game which due to the fact that unless you have a mic/headset you can't mute other people and sometimes people will play with music blaring into their mic which comes through you're tv during the game and makes it not only hard to hear, but also distracts you from hearing when people are walking/shooting at you ... and one more annoying thing is that you can make a clan tag with your character, but thats it ... it has no lobby and to the best of my knowlwdge you can't do anything at all with the clan other than write your clan name there ... I mean ... what was the point of even making a clan name if you can't do anything with it ? Other than those things however ... the game is very fast paced and aggressive and should give almost anyone a good variety of game modes to choose from so that anyone enjoying these type games should be thoroughly entertained ... All in all I think it is a good game overall and would suggest it for the PS3 system as one to own.
Good campaign story line
Just got the game recently, after reading reviews that said it was one of the better games for PS3. Have only played solo campaign at Regular skill level so far. The graphics and the story line are very good. Even on the Regular skill level the play is plenty challenging for me in some chapters. The selection of weapons and operator roles (SAS, USMC, AC-130 operator, etc.) is very good.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : timetodestash
The quality of the content in the campaign is top shelf
COD 4 is available on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC, and each version holds up admirably. The differences between the two console versions feel mostly negligible. Both systems deliver good frame rates and have good, easy-to-use multiplayer setups that most closely resemble Halo 2 and 3's party system and matchmaking playlists. The PC version of the game uses a more traditional server browser to get you into games. Both systems work just fine on their respective platforms. The PC version has the ability to run in a higher resolution, if you're equipped with a PC that can handle it, but it seems to scale quite well. You can also create servers that allow up to 32 players to play at once on the PC, as opposed to a limit of 18 in the console versions, but given the size of the multiplayer maps, putting 32 players in them makes things a little too crowded. Despite listing 1080p support on the back of the box, COD 4 appears to prefer 720p on the PlayStation 3. The only way to get it to run in 1080p is to tell your PS3 that your TV doesn't support 720p or 1080i, but the difference seems minor. Either way, you'd be hard-pressed to tell it apart from its Xbox 360 counterpart. And all versions control just fine, making the decision over which version to buy totally dependent on which controller you like the most. It's a shame that the single-player is so brief, but you should only skip out on Call of Duty 4 if you're the sort of person who doesn't appreciate great first-person shooter multiplayer. The quality of the content in the campaign is totally top-shelf, and the multiplayer is some of the best around, making this a truly superb package.
t took awhile, but Infinity Ward finally got the message that World War II is played out. With modern times and international affairs becoming more and more, shall we say, interesting in recent years, the 1940s just don't carry as much weight as they used to. Perhaps that's why Call of Duty 4 has a new subtitle, Modern Warfare. By bringing things into a fictionalized story that still seems fairly plausible, the developer has made a much heavier game. But COD 4 is more than just an updated setting. It's also an amazing multiplayer first-person shooter and a great but brief single-player campaign with the visual chops to make it a standout shooter in an era filled with seemingly dozens of standout shooters. While the game may feel short, it covers a lot of ground. The only real catch is that the single-player is almost shockingly short. If you've been keeping up with this style of game, you'll probably shoot your way to the credits in under five hours. While you can raise the difficulty to give yourself more of a challenge, the main thing this does is make the enemies frustratingly deadly, which sort of detracts from the fun. While it may have a lack of single-player quantity, it makes up for most of it with its quality. The game tells its story from multiple perspectives, and you'll play as a new British SAS operative as well as a US Marine. The campaign takes you from a rainy night out at sea on a boat that's in the process of sinking to a missile silo where it's on you to save millions from an unsavory nuclear-powered death. Along the way, there are plenty of jaw-dropping moments where you'll look around the room for someone to whom you can say, "I can't believe that just happened." In a world filled with war games in which the good guys come out unscathed and the world is left at total peace, Call of Duty 4 will wake you up like a face full of ice water. The action in the campaign is usually very straightforward. You have a compass at the bottom of your screen, and the direction of your current objective is very plainly marked. But getting from point A to point B is never as simple as running in a straight line, as you'll be conducting full-scale assaults in Middle Eastern countries by moving from house to house, taking out what seems like a never-ending stream of enemy troops along the way. You'll also get an opportunity to raid Russian farmhouses in search of terrorist leaders, disguise yourself as the enemy, and, in one sequence, don a brushlike ghillie suit and crawl through the brush as enemy troops and tanks roll right past you. It's a breathtaking moment in a campaign filled with breathtaking moments. Unfortunately, it's about half as long as the average shooter, and there are plenty of sequences where you wish there were just one or two more hills to take. Of course, if you're looking for longevity, that's where the multiplayer comes in. Up to 18 players can get online and get into a match on one of 16 different maps. Many of the levels are taken from portions of the single-player and they offer a healthy mix of wide-open, sniper-friendly areas and tight, almost cramped spaces where grenades and shotguns are the order of the day. There are six game modes to choose from. The old standby is team deathmatch, though you can also play in a free-for-all deathmatch, which isn't as much fun as the team modes. The other modes are more objective-oriented, and a couple of those have you lugging bombs across the map to blow up enemy
Call of Duty :Modern Warfare (PS3)
read the reviews elsewhere on this and I was not sure if I was going to get it. I think they were wrong. I own Call of Duty 3 for the XBox 360. Reviews said Call of Duty 4 was "More of the Same". I don't know if it is the PS3 or the Duty 4, but this game is alot better than Duty 3 on my 360. The Smoke effects are better. The Water is amazing... Damn shot again starring at the water... I noticed something in Resistance Fall of man that is also present in this game, Everything is alive. The Grass whisps in the wind, this makes the environment come alive. I think Resistance does the Ambiance better, but it is nicely done here too. Swinging the Sixaxis as if to do a Rifle Butt causes your on screen character to do a Rifle Butt... Cool... The Driving Sequences using the Sixaxis takes a little getting used to, however you can still drive via the Analog stick as well. Graphics are Very nice, I did not see the Frame Rate Problems spoke of by the Reviewer. The Sound is very good. I did not give the Sound a 10 though because after playing Resistance where there is more clips of audio from the AI characters, I found hearing the same thing over and over again to be very "Last Gen" of Course my "Next Gen" 360 has the same problem. I think it stems from people starting to use the Extra capacity available on the BluRay disc. Free Online Thanks to Sony. Goodbye XBox Live. Until Microsoft gives Live for Free, I will not renew. The Microsoft Fanboys keep trying to convince me that the Xbox Live is somehow better, well... after using them both I can not see the "greatness" that constitutes $50 a year. If you liked Call of Duty 3, You will love Call of Duty 4. Man I could sit here all day Whiping my Sixaxis all day. Rifle Butt. Rifle Butt. Yes. Yes. Yes. I hope they keep adding these little touches to the Future PS3 games. It Is the BEST online Shooter Game EVER!!!