Call of Duty: Ghosts - PlayStation 3

  • Publisher: Activision
  • SKU: 8871234
  • Release Date: 11/05/2013
  • 4.4 (795)
ESRB Rating: Mature
Blood, Drug reference, Intense violence, Strong language
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Not that intuitive but not that bad... Posted by: from: Providence, RI on I've owned and played every Call of Duty franchise and I have to say that most people's expectations of COD are too high. I have seen nothing but negativity thus far; but I believe we all should just take a step back and take it for what it's worth. In terms of multiplayer, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." It's true that it contains similar gameplay as the MW series but then again, what was ever wrong with MW? They've added more weapons, larger + more detailed maps with different terrains, a more enjoyable leveling system IMO, and more customization. I can attest that respawning is still an issue and that the sound of weapons is not that great. But if you expect something new, something 'similar' to what's already in other games, why not just play that instead? Disposable environments, weather effects, wind projectory, vehicles, custom maps, etc. Of course those things would be a nice addition but I would prefer improvements rather than a bad impersonation and I believe that in itself speaks as a brand. I am a frequent gamer and do not intend to offend anyone. Thanks.

13 out of 17 found this review helpful.

Good game..not great Posted by: from: on Probably my least fav of the series...still well worth purchasing

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

MW3 was much better Posted by: from: Las Vegas on COD Black Ops II was disappointing, this was worse. Characters are unnecessarily complicated, weapons don't vary by much, your locked into one character while playing a game or between games. The Squads idea had potential, but they should have left the character build like it was in MW3. There is more of an emphasis on Clans but even that is still to complicated. To join a clan I have to download an app to my phone, apply to a clan (like I'm apply for a job), and I don't even know what to do from there cuz that's as far as I've gotten. Seems like COD has become just another label with diminishing quality.

11 out of 13 found this review helpful.

My sons love the graphics and challenges of this Posted by: from: on This is my second purchase for my sons, great game

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

The Gun Jammed On This 1... Posted by: from: BK All Day on COD Ghosts, high expextations but falls short on where it usually shines. The story is good, filled with some great set pieces as they usually are, but for me, online is lacking something. First off, the game is lacking some serious firepower. I was so surprised with the lack of guns in this series. I was expecting so much more of a variety when it came to that. The character customization, while being an okay addition to the game, seems a little pointless (to me at least.) Granted, the different classes that you can choose from start you out with a different set of perks, that doesn't really make to much difference. It just makes you settle into your play-style a little quicker, but all the perks can be obtained with a little work. My biggest point of anger comes from the maps and all the foolishness that happens on them: 1) There is no real sense of flow to the maps. Take the Black Ops I & II maps. You could always tell when the spawns were reversed on the maps now it's almost like your running around like a chicken with its head cut off looking for opponents. Which leads me to the next issue. 2) Spawning. opponents spawn right in back of you, or you end up spawning right next someone that just killed you. This is a major issue. PATCH IT QUICK.3) Leave the big maps and dynamic level changes to Battlefield. They do it much, much better. All you have done is turn this game into a campers delight. Can't camp when there are tanks and explosives coming to tear down your cover. Bottom line, the game makes an attempt to re-invent itself with a few new innovations, ideas, and a good story but still falls short in an area where it usually does pretty well. I'd rather play Battlefield 4 or Black Ops II online anyday...

8 out of 9 found this review helpful.

Warning: This Game Will Occupy Your Time Until You Posted by: from: on realize you haven't stopped playing #AintEvenPlaying

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

New game for kids Posted by: from: on Kid's chose a new game for the month They are playing it every day

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Kids happy, I'm happy Posted by: from: on This was bought as a gift for a boy 11 years old. He has played previous Call of Duty games and have enjoyed them. He was intrigued by the story of Ghosts, moreso than of those of others he had played. He and I discussed the details of the story. His scope of the world is broader than most of his age and these "what if" stories of CoD games fit his perspective. Since it was a gift for him I know very little of gameplay but I've been told he has played the game frequently since he received it. With the nerfed version of the latest Black Ops on PS3, though older, Ghosts was a better alternative. As the purchaser, the price was too good to pass up on an experience worth much more for the player; so much so, I bought the PS4 version for myself (though I've yet to play it to review).

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

i mean it was ok Posted by: from: on a mediocre addition to a mediocre franchise, got the campaign done in a day. The shift in pov was kinda cool, and ninja dog was so badass I couldn't even handle it. I'm sure that others like it for the co-op, but that's just not me.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Great game but short campaign Posted by: from: on This game was a great price. Under $10 new, but it seemed to have less than 10 hrs of gameplay to complete the campaign.

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