THE VIEW: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Is "Not the Same Old Call of Duty." - Sledgehammer Games co-founder says three years of development, a new game engine, and new consoles will make this year's entry one to remember!
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare PS3, developed by Sledgehammer Games (co-developers of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3), harnesses the first three-year, all next-gen development cycle in franchise history.
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare envisions the powerful battlegrounds of the future, where both technology and tactic have evolved to usher in a new era of combat for the franchise. Delivering a stunning performance, Academy Award winning actor Kevin Spacey stars as Jonathan Irons – one of the most powerful men in the world – shaping this chilling vision of the future of war.
Power Changes Everything.
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This game is amazing it really out did itself the developers obviously realised that their games were a little to normal so they added some futuristic things to spice the game up a little such as double jump, dash and they even have drones and some you can even control this game is just amazing and I would recomment to anyone
So, another year has passed, and yet another Call of Duty hit the shelves in time for the 2014 holidays. Much like Ubisoftâ€™s Assassinâ€™s Creed series, Activisionâ€™s seminal shooting series has endured a lot of criticism due to its annualised format and supposed lack of innovation. In truth, Call of Duty has always seen changes with every instalment â€“ such as the inclusion of zombies in World at War, the tactical RTS gameplay in Black Ops II, or Riley the dog in Ghosts â€“ and the latest game in this blockbuster series brings some innovations of its own. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare begins in the year of 2054, and explores the theme of cybernetic enhancements and private military companies within the field of battle. Taking the role of Private Jack Mitchell, things begin during an American raid in Seoul, North Korea. Of course, the mission goes awry, and Mitchell loses his left arm in the process. Soon after, he is recruited by Jonathan Irons (played by Kevin Spacey), who is the CEO of Atlas â€“ the biggest PMC company in the world. Itâ€™s here that Mitchell is outfitted with an experimental cybernetic arm, in addition to an armament of upgrades that spices up the gameplay. As expected, there are shooting and explosive cinematic set pieces aplenty â€“ but the true difference comes with the playerâ€™s exosuit and high-tech weapons, which brings new abilities to the fore. Based on real technology currently being developed, Mitchellâ€™s suit can let him perform a double jump, slow his descent from high falls, slow time, deploy shields, enable great feats of strength, use a grappling hook, and even climb walls Spider Man-style! On top of that, there are a tonne of new toys to play with. Grenades are now separated into two different groups; tactical and lethal. Tactical grenades include â€˜EMPâ€™ (disables electronics), and â€˜threatâ€™ (highlights enemies in red) whilst lethal grenades incorporate traditional frags and â€˜smartâ€™ (homing) explosives into the fold. Mitchell even gets to play with lasers and drones! Itâ€™s all very impressive stuff, especially in the multiplayer modes. Visually, the game is incredible, as Sledgehammerâ€™s new engine really brings everything to life. Even on last-gen consoles, Advanced Warfare is very pretty (though there is still some pop-in and bland textures), and the game mechanics are as smooth as ever. Thereâ€™s not a lot bad to say about Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Itâ€™s not the most revolutionary game on the market â€“ but it does exactly what it sets out to do. Itâ€™s Call of Duty for Call of Duty fans, whilst sprinkling a few new features to make things feel fresh. With new Zombies DLC out (starring John Malkovich!), this is a worthy purchase!
Read a lot of reviews on this game, most of them panning it (especially the single player campaign). Have to say though, after buying and playing the game, I really enjoyed it. The single player campaign was too short (as is always the case with CoD and Battlefield games), but still enjoyable. Multiplayer was excellent with well designed maps. Well worth the purchase, if for no other reason than the play the single player campaign for Kevin Spacey's performance!
So far the Single Player mission has been fun. Frustrating at times but overall a good experience. The detail in the graphics, especially the characters like Kevin Spacey's and other NPCs are remarkable and are getting close to mimicking real life. The game play is frantic and keeps you on your toes. Looking forward to the rest of the story line. (Not quite sure how far I am, but Iâ€™m guessing not that far yet...)
OMG!! ... finished this game within 13 hours on hardened mode.....the weapons in this game are awesome and the new technics are absolutely amazing....the campaign is very good and the multiplayer has lot more improved than previous COD ghosts....I simply love this game...I was not a COD fan boy ....but this game made me one :)
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