Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Pro Reviews

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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Reviews

website score publish date article quality 10/10 Nov 20 '07
Gametrailers 94% Nov 11 '07
1UP 9.5/10 Nov 05 '07
AceGamez 9/10 Feb 01 '08
Game Revolution A- Nov 13 '07
GameDaily 10/10 Nov 05 '07
GameLemon 9.8/10 Apr 30 '08
Kombo PSP 9.5/10 Nov 08 '07
PSX Extreme 9.4/10 Nov 14 '07
Strategy Informer 9.5/10 Dec 04 '07
TotalPlaystation 10.0/10 Nov 18 '07
Worthplaying 9.4/10 Nov 17 '07
Game Chronicles Magazine 9.6/10 Nov 11 '07
GameSpot 9.0/10 Nov 06 '07
Gamespy 5/5 Nov 06 '07
IGN PS3 9.4/10 Nov 05 '07
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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Previews

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Gamespot Jun 13 '07
Computer and Video Games Sep 02 '11
Games Radar Oct 15 '09
GameZone Sep 06 '11
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IGN PS3 Oct 22 '09
TotalPlaystation Aug 10 '07
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"With proven mechanics, brilliant visuals and sound, a satisfying campaign, and robust multiplayer, COD4 is one of the best FPS packages of the year -- no small feat, considering the competition."
"New game modes blitzed in LA"
"Unimaginable and lifelike presentation, refined gameplay that follows a tried-and-true formula, a multiplayer mode as in-depth (if not deeper) than the powerful single-player campaign -- and with that, we conclude by saying "wow". Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare does so much right that it's hard not to give it a ten."
"Honestly, I'm surprised there aren't even more terrorists in the world, seeing as how CoD 4 belives that it takes all of five seconds to birth, indoctrinate, train, and deploy jihadists."
"Yesterday morning we got another chance to see Modern Warfare 2 as part of Infinity Ward’s epic European tour. It was a more laid back affair than last month's multiplayer event in Los Angeles and felt less like we were being treated to something completely 'new' but we did get a chance to catch up with Robert Bowling (Infinity Ward's adopted spokesman and Creative Strategist) see some more single-player and have a go on Special Ops. ..."