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News Portal wrote:Playing on dedicated servers would be an ideal solution, had the developers not forced all dedicated servers to be unranked-only, meaning you won’t have access to any of your classes or unlocks. Thanks to that, dedicated servers are a graveyard.
Sen. Mitch McConnell (R) wrote:We'll listen politely to what he has to say and take a look at it, but our view is we need to go in an entirely different direction.
2/5: Pretty damn average. Not total trash, but probably not worth buying unless it's in the bargain bin, and you're a big fan of the genre/subject matter.
3/5: A solid, decent game. Nothing groundbreaking here, but it's above average and fans of the genre will enjoy.
4/5: An excellent game that is extremely polished and competent in nearly all areas. Fans of the genre must play this game, and even folks not interested in the subject will probably find something of interest. Not quite a classic though.
Alex Walker wrote:There’s no denying that regardless of the platform, MW3 is, absolutely, this generation’s Quake 3
FiveThirtyBird wrote:The lowest score a commercial review can give is 50%. Using simple mathematics...
100%=5; 70%=3.5 subtract 50% minimum and you have 20%, or 1 out of 5. Not a good sign.
Also, subtract an extra 50% from the remaining score if game is released on Xbox360 and PS3. And a further 50% if additionally released on Wii.
Jez wrote:Epic Jez rant
widden wrote:If the effect of mw3 is that the average cod junkies finally snap out of the constant hype-mode, it's a release well worth it.
I've bought mw2, against my best judgement. It was bad enough, quite likely the last CoD game I bought. But sadly a lot of people find it very hard to look past the fragfest-induced salivating.
The most boring game modes are the most used ones. Why? Because you don't need a mind to play them, just pull the trigger. You don't need to work with others, either. Sad, really sad.
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