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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare PS4 Review: Future Imperfect  March 15, 2015 – 08:33 am

The Facts

  • Developer: Sledgehammer Games
  • Publisher: Activision
  • Version reviewed: PlayStation 4
  • Also available on: Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
  • Price: $59.99
  • Get it here: Amazon
  • Review copy provided by: Sledgehammer Games. Review conducted onsite at Sledgehammer using console, television, and audio system furnished by the studio. Additional testing conducted at home.

When Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare first blew the doors off the shooter genre nearly a decade ago, the natural question was this: "So when are we going to get a 'Future Warfare?'"

Seven years on, we now have our answer. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare introduces drones, nanites, killer robots, and exoskeletons, inaugurating a new era for the series spearheaded by relative newcomer Sledgehammer Studios. But as Advanced Warfare shows on more than one occasion, the more things change with Call of Duty, the more they stay the same.

As expected, Advanced Warfare takes comparatively few risks with the formula that has become ingrained deep into the first-person shooter genre over the past several years, catering primarily to longtime fans and those who view gaming through the prism of Call of Duty and little else. Sledgehammer plays around a bit with the mechanics, introducing dodge moves and a double jump, but otherwise does little to push the envelope of the genre in a way that the name that it implies. In a setting rife with possibilities, Advanced Warfare proves surprisingly short on imagination.

Kevin Spacey: The consummate professional.

Instead, Advanced Warfare starts pretty much exactly you would expect a Call of Duty game to start: On an airplane that is about to explode, where the hero Private Jack Mitchell delivers a speech about comaraderie and friendship before dropping into Seoul, South Korea.

"We were brothers in arms, " Mitchell intones solemnly, right before releasing his pod to watch the plane above detonate.

What follows is a battle through Seoul against the North Koreans, though that's honestly just the beginning—an opportunity to introduce some of the core mechanics and set the stage for what's to come. The real story begins at a funeral, where Mitchell is encouraged to "Hold Square to Pay Respects" at a funeral before meeting private military mogul Jonathan Irons (Kevin Spacey). Honorably discharged after suffering a grievous injury, Mitchell receives a Six Million Dollar Man-style bionic arm and joins Irons' private army at Atlas.

Source: www.usgamer.net



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