MW3 is made of of 3 different categories, Campaign, Spec ops and Multiplayer.
Campaign - The campaign is packed with action scenes just the previous CoD games, while is doesn't have that great of a plot or dialogue, it does a great job with the action experience. The campaign takes you to different locations of the world such as New York, Europe and Africa. The graphics aren't nothing to be impress about since they look exactly the same as MW2. The overall difficulty with the campaign isn't that high, just like every gamer likes it this days. 8/10
Spec Ops - Spec Ops consist of 2 different based types, survival and missions, in survival, players work together to take on a bunch of enemies, while mission mode, players get in teams of 2 to accomplish different tasks, most which are taken straight from the campaign. 8/10
Multiplayer - Mulitiplayer is the reason most gamers will buy the game for, and it is extremely reminisce of the past CoD games, all though it does seem like they did put more effort in balancing out the game, one of the most significant changes they did with this game was the kill Streak which are now called point streaks, the original kill streak is still there which hasn't been changed except for the name, now it's called Assault. Another one and new one is called Support which doesn't reset when you die, however all awards are simply to support your team or counter attack enemy kill streaks. There is another one called specialist which works completely different from the other, allowing players to unlock additional perks as they keep killing enemies but just like with Kill streaks it does reset when you die, they added a few new modes which are Kill confirmed which is the same thing as deathmatch expect you get the chance to pick up the enemies or your fallen teammates dogtags. Otherwise the game is basically the same exact experience as MW2, just a lot little rebounds with the perks and guns, Now this ends up being one of the games problems however, is the fact that MW3 relies very heavily on MW2s formula, It's not that It's a bad thing, people enjoy it, but it's so similar to it, that it's almost like playing the same exact game. 5/10
While the campaign adds something new to the experience, because it's a new story line, the online multiplayer itself feels more like a patch job rather than a brand new game, Now this isn't exactly a bad thing if you loved MW2 and you wanna keep playing that game, but it does mean you are gonna be paying a full 60 dollars for something that could of easily been at most on a 30 dollars expansion pack.
If you are a really big fan of the MW series then you probably already have the game or are planning on getting the game and you're gonna enjoy it, however I feel like it will disappoint people who bought MW2 and MW3 just as casual gamers.
Overall this game is a solid rental. By renting it, it will help you decide. I gave this game a 6/10 which is and Average score.
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