Games I’m looking forward to: “Modern Warfare 2”

Anyone who’s hung out at SEB for any amount of time knows what a big fan I am of Infinity Ward’s Call of Duty franchise. The fourth iteration, subtitled Modern Warfare, had be a little worried by the move away from WWII, but it turned out to be an excellent game with highly enjoyable multiplayer that keeps me coming back. Now they’ve released the trailer for the sequel titled Modern Warfare 2. No word on if in the long run they will tack Call of Duty onto the front of that or not, but even without it the trailer looks fantastic:

Alas it comes out in November so I’ve got several months yet to spend with CoD4 and CoD:WaW.

6 thoughts on “Games I’m looking forward to: “Modern Warfare 2”

  1. I always get stuck in the mission-oriented games, can’t figure out how to move ahead, and give up well before making it to the end. This is probably why I’ve always preferred sports games.

  2. With FPS based mission games it’s usually pretty straight forward. Shoot anything that moves and then walk forward. wink

  3. I’m probably just a moron when it comes to these things. I managed to get stuck on Halo and Splinter Cell. I think that was probably the point that I gave up and let the old Xbox collect dust.

  4. Thats not a problem with these guys games.While COD4 was extremely linear,the levels we’re all varied and fun and the gameplay and story top-notch.The pace is flat out and I never found myself stuck … besides you have buddies with you who wait for you at certain points.
    Super pumped for this game.

  5. This does indeed look totally uber awesome! You can even tell the difference between the crappy programming and design of TreyArch games (CoD3 and CoD:W@W)… and this is just a YouTube video!. Blows me away why Activision would even bother having anyone else than IW make their CoD games.

  6. vjack if its any help then I would recomend The Sims franchise. Sims games have no plot whatsoever and allow so much sandbox gameplay that they have been describved as toys. Beware, they are addictive as hell.

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