‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3’ Campaign is a Beautiful Disaster | A Tamatem Review
Modern Warfare 3’s single-player campaign is a colossal failure. It’s a hastily assembled collection of uninspired missions that recycle elements from previous games without adding anything new or interesting. The story is borderline incoherent and has nothing to say, and the characters are underdeveloped and forgettable.
One of the biggest problems with the campaign is its open combat missions. These missions are essentially sandboxes where you’re given a set of objectives to complete in any order you want. However, the objectives are tedious and repetitive, and the enemy AI is so dumb that they barely pose a challenge. As a result, these missions quickly become a chore to play through.
The campaign’s linear missions are slightly better, but they’re still underwhelming. The level design is unimaginative, and the set pieces are uninspired. The only mission that stands out is a snowstorm-decorated shootout at a shipyard, but even that mission is let down by its predictable story and repetitive gameplay.
Another major problem with the campaign is its story. The plot is full of clichés and contrivances, and the characters are one-dimensional stereotypes. The campaign also tries to tackle some difficult themes, such as terrorism and the violent response to it, but it does so in a way that is shallow and exploitative.
Overall, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3’s single-player campaign is a massive disappointment. It’s a shallow, dull, and forgettable experience that’s best avoided.
- The campaign’s No Russian mission is a particularly egregious example of its shallow and exploitative storytelling. The mission is essentially a shock value exercise that attempts to generate emotional impact through gratuitous violence. However, the mission fails to have any real impact, as it’s clear that the developers are more interested in shocking the player than in exploring the complex themes that the mission raises.
- The campaign’s gunplay is solid, but it’s not enough to save the game from its other shortcomings. The weapons feel good to shoot, and the sound design is top-notch. However, the gunplay doesn’t add anything new or interesting to the Call of Duty formula.
- The campaign’s visuals are impressive, but they’re not enough to make up for the game’s other problems. The environments are detailed and realistic, and the character models are lifelike. However, the visuals are wasted on a campaign that’s so uninspired and forgettable.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3’s single-player campaign is a colossal failure. It’s a shallow, dull, and forgettable experience that’s best avoided.
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