Monday, 24 March 2014

CALL OF DUTY: GHOSTS - GAME REVIEW

With the continuation of “Call of Duty” series of video game, Infinity Ward and Activision creates another successor of this first person shooter game called “Call of Duty: Ghosts”, officially released on 5th November 2013 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii U. There are four modes in this game:
·         Campaign
·         Multiplayer
·         Squads
·         Extinction


The plot of Call of Duty: Ghosts is different from its predecessors as the player now have to fight behind the enemy line unlike in previous versions where the player had a stronger hand. The plot shows the emergence of new superpower called “Federation” in South of America who conspicuously hijack a highly sophisticated space weapon in orbital region of earth developed by US, and turn that weapon against US. Using that weapon also called as ODIN (Orbital Defense Initiative), the federation wipe out many major cities of US making the country crippled and vulnerable. As the federation moves it’s way in US, it’s up to a highly elite force of US comprising of only handful of soldiers also called as Ghosts led by Elias Walker, a retired U.S. Army Captain.
The player predominantly plays the role of Logon Walker who is the son of Elias Walker and has a brother David Walker. The motive of this game is to eliminate the roots of federation and stop Gabriel T. Rorke who was an ex-member of Ghosts Initiative but Federation turned him against his former team members and is now in search of eliminating them.

Call of Duty: Ghosts contain all the superb features of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. The player can even see a pet dog (German Shepherd) come into plays as it make its way into many levels helping the player out. The maps are realistic and provide appreciable depth and details. Two news arenas available in this is the one being fought in space and another campaign set up underwater.
Overall experience of game is excellent with few cons like some level are damn tough to go through, along with that the guns are way to powerful as compared to previous versions of game. 3 bullets and the player is down. It does sound realistic but on the other hand makes the game very tough to crack through. Visual appeal is marvelous and is supported by Dolby Surround Sound which makes playing this game a WOW experience. 

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