Author Topic: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare  (Read 6144 times)

[SJ]Cato Larsen

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #25 on: October 13, 2007, 05:31:06 am »
Ok so now i am the happy boy who has tested the demo.
And my f*-ink goooood it is good.
I really love this. And the best part is that i can max out the game and still have good fps.
And it`s no lie to say that this game looks great.
I love the feeling you have here of being in war. lots of things happen at the same time and that will make you miss the grenade marker and booooom, your dead. You can get disorientated sometimes due to all the gunfire and that is a good feeling to have. when a game gives you things like that.
I might be into this game and so find it mor imersive than others, but this should really give some damn good multiplayer games. Coop might really be a blast here.
I will recommend this to all who likes FPS games. :excited: :excited:

[SJ]Jarkko Rantajoki

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #26 on: October 13, 2007, 07:13:46 am »
Ok heres the thing thats the 1. immersion killer for me.

Is it still as heavily scripted as the earlier ones?
(bullets whistilng that never hit and are shot by no one/ AI doing perfectly same things, dying in the same spot/Billions of timed things like explosions, collapsing houses.. and many other "tricks" to make ya feel there but unfortunately in the end it causes the opposite for me)
I was bored to death with COD2, i simply have reached my limit on that type of fps.. The way the Medal Of Honor => COD2 "cheated" the feel of the great battle just wont work for me anymore.. Please god let it be less scripted!

[SJ]Jett

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #27 on: October 13, 2007, 07:54:50 am »
Yes and no on the scripted part. I have played the demo now about 20 times trying different routes and have had different levels of success. Yes some things are some what scripted but the AI seems to change its tactics if you continue the same dumb ass moves. There are some same postions of AI in certain parts of the demo but the game seems to change the amount of AI and they seem to train on you faster the more predictable you are. However..this is a freaking demo and not a finished product. So maybe people should try it for what it is and not judge it on being the full game.

[SJ]Cato Larsen

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #28 on: October 13, 2007, 08:00:04 am »
There is no pleasing you is there?

The people that shoot at you, you can shoot back.
You are driven by a story line, yes. but in multiplayer there must be something else than a story. it usually is.
I like this game now because of its looks, its gameplay, its fps friendly and simply because it is good action.
It is no sim like RO, but then again, nothing is, so there is no need comparing it there.(i knew you where gonna bring up RO at some point anyway :) )
How the singleplayer mode will follow up on the demo, only time will tell, but it is damn promising.

In the demo i did not feel that it was that scripted, even though it is, but i think not in a bad way.
You know what to do here. shoot n kill or die.

Well, the demo is out there m8s, there is nothing wrong with trying it, because you will not be dissapointed.

[SJ]Jarkko Rantajoki

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #29 on: October 13, 2007, 08:27:39 am »
Hmm yeah i might try it.. There is pleasing me.. for example Portal is something ill definitely want to play, its something different and should be the "fps" for me. :)

Like ive said before i tried twice to finish COD2 but i just was too bored.. when you have played almost every fps ever made it kinda takes a lot to get me entertained nowadays.. well.. ill download the demo if i run out of things to play. :)

[SJ]Cato Larsen

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #30 on: October 13, 2007, 08:38:34 am »
I know what you meen about playing almost every fps. what i did for the ps2 and it took me all the way to KILLZONE before i found love for fps again.
It might be worth a try for ya anyway m8. and well.... i will try the onlin eversion when the game is out to. that is my main ide for the game anyway.

[SJ]Jett

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #31 on: October 13, 2007, 08:46:05 am »
I don't play FPS for the single player. Complete waste of time. I want to battle someone who can think on their own. That was why COD2 Tactical is so good. You need to be a very skilled shot and be able to use cover and teamwork to make it succeed. The weapons are rifles and not all machine guns for noobs. Being able to out think an opponent is what makes it fun. Single player has all the challenge of eating pizza while standing.

[SJ]Jarkko Rantajoki

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #32 on: October 13, 2007, 08:51:39 am »
Challenge it can give, and can be fun.. I play online some fps games, but wont even bother to try all of em online.. I do so much other things online that i want some gaming experiences to be mine and nobody elses.. It would be interesting to challenge you some time though :)

[SJ]Jarkko Rantajoki

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #33 on: October 14, 2007, 05:44:11 am »
This was so cool i almost shit my pants, damn!

The visuals are stunning.. It of course demands much from the pc, but even on low settings its amazing looking.. The feel of a battle is something great.. Its impossible to explain, but looks like they have made the COD series to a whole new level, if i get seriously interested, that means its really good.. I love the visuals.. maybe a tad too hectic at times for me, but damn... theres so many great details.. Animation is great.. Even when at times the fps drop low, it doesnt effect the gameplay too much.. (in fact makes no effect at all to your aiming, great job.. thats the way its should be done!)
At worst i might frop to 15 but then again max on 80.. simply depending how much stuff is going on.. If you are a friend of fps games i definitely can recommend to try, not very realistic.. but very immersive in a COD sorta way.. should be good fun when the full game is out. My only worry is that if the whole game is such chaotic battle i might get frustrated with it.. hopefully they know to put some proper breathing moments there so you can rest a bit.. i wouldnt mind some lone wolf action either.. VERY promising.

[SJ]Cato Larsen

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #34 on: October 14, 2007, 07:41:41 am »
This was so cool i almost shit my pants, damn!

The visuals are stunning.. It of course demands much from the pc, but even on low settings its amazing looking.. The feel of a battle is something great.. Its impossible to explain, but looks like they have made the COD series to a whole new level, if i get seriously interested, that means its really good.. I love the visuals.. maybe a tad too hectic at times for me, but damn... theres so many great details.. Animation is great.. Even when at times the fps drop low, it doesnt effect the gameplay too much.. (in fact makes no effect at all to your aiming, great job.. thats the way its should be done!)
At worst i might frop to 15 but then again max on 80.. simply depending how much stuff is going on.. If you are a friend of fps games i definitely can recommend to try, not very realistic.. but very immersive in a COD sorta way.. should be good fun when the full game is out. My only worry is that if the whole game is such chaotic battle i might get frustrated with it.. hopefully they know to put some proper breathing moments there so you can rest a bit.. i wouldnt mind some lone wolf action either.. VERY promising.



5Told ya. Did i???? hu hu hu??? did i?


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[SJ]Jarkko Rantajoki

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #35 on: October 14, 2007, 08:29:48 am »
Yeah.. still bit (VERY) suspicious if its as hectic all the time.. and still is VERY scripted pipe running... but its a nice experience.. the same as it always was but sorta everything properly adds up finally.. playing the demo second time revealed the true COD nature.. no replay value really.. but it should be a nice experience, for one time.. if it wont bore me to death before finishing... only full game will tell. :)

[SJ]Mario-C

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #36 on: October 16, 2007, 07:00:14 pm »
Yep gave the demo a crack last night,I think i will be purchasing

[SJ]Patrick

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #37 on: October 19, 2007, 06:00:45 am »
This is a Call of Duty heavy weight. I hope the pace carries on hard fast and furious. I will be completing the single player. I will die many times.


I'll also look forward to the multi player maps. I have really enjoyed the past cod mp experience.

I was describing the action in the demo to my work crew and they became concerned at at the obvious enjoyment I showed concerning head shots while using the night vision. :biggrin:


[SJ]Satain

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #38 on: October 22, 2007, 05:28:44 am »
OMFG is all i'll say about this game.

there aren't words to describe it.

oh p.s doing it on the veteran level difficulty for the first time.... stupid. lol

[SJ]Jarkko Rantajoki

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #39 on: October 22, 2007, 05:31:19 am »
there aren't words to describe it.


Pipe? Noisychaoticflashingpipe? lol
Not maybe on the top of my shopping list, but will give it a proper chance as i did for second too. :)

[SJ]Cookie

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #40 on: October 31, 2007, 08:30:33 pm »
No run and gun and a better weapons


RO... *hint hint*  :)


I'm still lovin the RO too..play every week at least two or three times, 8hint8 you dont have to force people to be tactical - there is no other way to play RO, unless of course you just want to die.

I've seen a few copies cheap at the future shop in Halifax...you may want to check and see if they have a $20 copy. If you can't scrape up $20 for this game/ww2 sim then you could easily fill a cup on the street corner, just put on some old grubby clothes and make a sign that says something pathetic to get peoples sympathy, I've seen people get through college like this, others make a good living at it.

Anyway, i'll get COD4, but the kids will get more use from it than me, give me RO...ok you got me going now, I'll be on the Wild Bunch Server tonight if anyone is around...7pm EST

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[SJ]Jarkko Rantajoki

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #41 on: October 31, 2007, 08:59:33 pm »
In fact ive had lot of problems after the updates, low framerates no matter what detail.. :(
I need a new system quick!

[SJ]Cookie

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #42 on: November 01, 2007, 03:31:35 pm »
I didn't notice any difference but I bumped my RAM to 2gig about the time it was updated so that prlly kept things smooth. I also got a wide monitor and bumped my resoluton to 1680*1050...didn't notice the hit in RO rFactor or GTL, some of the newer games are struggling though...my 6800 will have to go for a DX 10 part soon.

There are a couple of servers now with some nice custom content such as new uniforms, guns etc..very nice but sometimes too hard to tell the enemy.

Some great new urban maps too, large city blocks.

This thing really rocks when people play as a team...if not it can be frustrating as there is no hope of capturing zones if you are not in them...you know that one!

I tend to only play on a couple servers now..the wild bunch has a couple 50player srvers..that are always full so I tend to go there first.

[SJ]Cato Larsen

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #43 on: November 08, 2007, 10:46:43 pm »
EDIT: moved the post and made a review tread instead.
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[SJ]Cato Larsen

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #44 on: November 10, 2007, 12:15:34 am »
Well if ya didn`t know yet.

The release on STEAM is 12.nov.07 at the price $69.95. Just a bit high i would think, but anyway.
That is max priced i recon.

Consider yourself informed.

[SJ]Lav69

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Re: CALL OF DUTY modern warfare
« Reply #45 on: November 10, 2007, 12:27:01 am »
I just read a 4 page debate on the Insurgency forums (HL2 mod based in Iraq). It was furious between the fanboys of each game. I guess in multiplayer there is a hardcore mod or setting for COD4 that up's the realism. With that said I will be getting it!!! The earlier COD's were to arcadish for my taste's.

I am with Jarkko though. It will take some effort to beat Red Orchestra...IMO. RO is quite the SIM. And Sim is the operative word here.