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Call of Duty: Ghosts PS4 Review. A Glimpse Into the Future?  April 27, 2016 – 09:57 am

The Facts

  • Developer: Infinity Ward
  • Publisher: Activision
  • Version reviewed: PlayStation 4
  • Also available on: Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
  • Price: $59.99
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  • Review copy provided by: Publisher

Call of Duty’s Modern Warfare and Black Ops eras have turned the franchise into one of the true monsters of gaming. But as it transitions to Ghosts and the next generation, I believe it stands at a crossroads.

During the previous generation, Call of Duty has had its ups and downs as a single-player game. Each addition to the series has always been fun, but some titles just haven’t flowed particularly smoothly. At worst, characters and events have felt disconnected, and the plot merely a mechanism to justify amazing individual set pieces. And some games have also been very easy to blast through. At best, the action has felt like a convincing war zone, and delivered an intense and exciting challenge.

This time around, Call of Duty: Ghosts’ story feels solid. The experience is entertaining and enjoyable, and features some spectacular sequences that feel almost cinematic. But it's also a little too brief, taking the better part of an afternoon and perhaps the early evening to complete. That might be a disappointment for some, but to others, the single-player game is more of a sideshow to the main event that is Ghosts’ multiplayer mode. Which this time around feels like business as usual. The traditional modes you’d expect are there: FFA and Deathmatch offer bread-and-butter, no-frills action for purists who simply want to exchange bullets with others. Infected also makes a return, which makes a refreshing change from the usual non-stop gunplay, and indeed brings about a strange silence to the action that’s almost unnerving.

Where things get more interesting, however, is with the objective-based modes – Search and Destroy/Rescue, Domination and Blitz. I’ve played these with pick-up groups, and frankly they can be a bit of a mess if you're with a team of people who aren't paying attention. As a support/defensive player, there’s nothing more irritating than seeing the entire team take off and head for objectives, leaving zero defenders. But if you’re fortunate enough to be playing with people who actually understand the concept of team play and watch what's going on, rather than running around as individuals, these modes are exceptionally fun. Even more so if you’re playing as a true team, whose members are communicating and coordinating.

I’m a big fan of these more team-oriented modes, as they help add a layer of sophistication to the more route-one approach of a typical Deathmatch game. Like I said, they’re not necessarily best suited for pick-up play, because they often descend into chaos, but when played right, they deliver the best kind of multiplayer action: tense, gripping and sometimes incredibly tight matches where snatching victory from the jaws of defeat can totally make your gaming evening.

Source: www.usgamer.net



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  • avatar Which game should I get with my PS4? Battlefield 4 or Call of Duty Ghosts? | Yahoo Answers
    • Battlefield 4.
      I love playing online with both of the series, and I plan to get Battlefield 4 and Call Of Duty: Ghosts for PS4.
      But given the choice, I say Battlefield.
      I am more of a fan of Call Of Duty, I like the fast paced action, small maps, not having to rely on people all the time, etc.
      But Battlefield 4 will have a much better experience on next-gen consoles, due to it's large maps, destructable environment, and so on.

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