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Old 12-23-2011, 05:04 AM   #1
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I just finished MW3 campaign, and man it was intense. It was a giant mess and quite unrealistic but I had a lot of fun. The sniper mission with Soap is a favorite of mine and every mission in Act 1. Act 3 was a little disappointing and short however, and the final boss was unexpectedly easy. I expected killing Mozorov to be a lot harder, but the way you kill him is freaking epic.

Anyways, simple question: which campaign was your favorite?
I definitely liked MW3 over MW 2, but don't quite remember COD 4's campaign mode vividly so I am not sure about that one.

I still don't think I have felt as excited as I did when I first played All Ghillied Up. I have a difficult time recollecting all the mission from MW2, but Blood Brothers, Back On The Grid & Goalpost are three missions I really enjoyed in MW3. The final mission was easy and somewhat disappointing; but the way we kill Mozorov is epic. The final scene kind of recollects my memory of how COD 4 started with Captain Price. Kind of bad ass. Really pissed off that literally every other character died, including Sandman.
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Old 12-23-2011, 11:21 AM   #2
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COD 4 and it's not even close.
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COD4>>>>>>>MW2>>>>MW3

Killing off Soap wasn't just bad storytelling, it was more of a symbolic gesture that they don't want to continue the Modern Warfare series anymore.

How the **** could you kill off your main character? This isn't an HBO show. MW3 just thought too highly of itself and that showed.
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Old 12-23-2011, 02:23 PM   #4
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Default Re: Favoring Modern Warfare Campaign?

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COD4>>>>>>>MW2>>>>MW3

Killing off Soap wasn't just bad storytelling, it was more of a symbolic gesture that they don't want to continue the Modern Warfare series anymore.

How the **** could you kill off your main character? This isn't an HBO show. MW3 just thought too highly of itself and that showed.

I liked it, it was unexpected to me. RRD had the same twist too, I think it adds value to the game where it's not always done generically. In terms of, the good guys always win.

MW3 was better then 2 tho, it was way more fun to me and I felt more vulnerable to be honest. COD 4 wins due to it's originality and realism tho; my jaw was dropped throughout the entire experience.
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Just recently played all the campaigns again:

1) Modern Warfare 2 (Just loved the atmosphere so much; the invasion of America by Russians were some of the most intense levels I've seen in any game. I love Ramirez too, and enjoyed all of his levels. Plus Ghost was a great character and being part of the 141 made you feel like such a bad ass. I just feel like this was the most "complete" campaign out of all of them. BO is a very close 2nd, and all others just aren't as great overall.)
2) Black Ops (Woods & Reznov are the characters I feel closest too and the fact you get to attempt to kill Castro is epic. Plus Dragavich is such a terrible human being makes it all that much more intriguing. Love Hudson too, easily the game with the most memorable characters, IMO)
3) Modern Warfare 3 (most epic game of the series by far, too unrealistic. Loved the "attempted" assassination mission where Makarov blows up the hotel)
4) COD 4 (most realistic, and has the best mission in any COD; but feels out-dated now)
5) Black Ops 2 (love Raul, great villain)
6) World at War (no climax at all, no focus of a main objective; I love the atmosphere and Reznov is my favorite character ever, but just didn't capture the same level of interest)
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COD4 is the only one I cared enough about to play through on veteran. The rest I ran through quickly and ignored, as I was much more focused on the multiplayer.
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COD4 is the only one I cared enough about to play through on veteran. The rest I ran through quickly and ignored, as I was much more focused on the multiplayer.

This. Ive played the campaign on COD4 a few times. I usually beat the campaigns in COD once and never touch again, unless Im going for an achievement. COD4 has some awesome missions
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