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  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Issues getting what I paid for in Pre-order

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    CasualGamer
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    So this is not an actual review on the game itself rather a nightmare scenario which has transpired. Hence the neutral 3 rating. Please see the below for insights. I would think twice before handing over your money if you plan to play anything but the core game (single and multi-player) as packaged. Once it has been proven they can provide a smooth and seamless experience I will then consider spending my money on the franchise again. I played the online BETA. I thought the Beta was a little cheesy and hyped but the play was good enough that as a casual player I was going to buy it. The below are the issues which occurred. 1) Gamers club unlocked welcome coupon did not work as expected (as I was told it would). Not the game makers fault but part of the frustration. 2) I was never sent the pre-order bonus content code as expected after 2 weeks from launch date and 1+ weeks from pick up. 3) Upon following up on the missing bonus content code, I was sent an email with a code for the Beta test (email received on Nov. 18). However, the Beta test started and ended in October. 4) Followed up seeking the proper bonus content code or to confirm the Beta and bonus content code was one in the same (Beta code email indicated the code in the email was strictly for the Beta test). Best Buy support did not know if the code was for both and said the manufacturer was contacted and would respond either directly to myself and/ or through Best Buy to myself within 24 hours. It has now been over 72 hours and no contact from either (I checked spam folders/ filters etc.). 5) Item is now on sale for less than what I originally paid for it only a couple weeks ago. At this point it is not worth my time to bother with this anymore. The games are only worth it if you receive the content (including add ons). I would have likely purchased the season pass as well. My time is far too valuable to follow up when not receiving what I am paying for. I will just spend my time and money on other games until Activision and the COD development and support teams can show they are able to deliver a pre and post sales experience providing customers with a smooth and hassle free experience which is what we are paying them for. Luckily I have yet to open the package and will be returning it.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    High Highs and Low Lows Make Infinite Warfare a Mi

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    marvalisbaby
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    I've been a long time Call of Duty player but just haven't been interested in the series in the past few years, and actually haven't bought one since Call of Duty Ghosts in 2013. After taking a break from the series and not playing Advanced Warfare or Black Ops 3, I was excited to jump back into the series and didn't listen to the negative comments and overall cynicism that seemed to be surrounding Infinite Warfare prior to its launch (especially the large number of down votes on the reveal trailer). When my copy of the game arrived, I did what I always do first in a new Call of Duty and jumped right into the single player. The short version- It's good. Really good. It tells a story that is intense, well paced, and makes you genuinely care about your brothers in arms in a way that I have experienced since Call of Duty 4 back in 2007. There are even brief moments of humor thrown in courtesy of your robotic sidekick E3N (Ethen). The biggest drawback of the campaign is that a large portion of the missions are actually optional side quests where you take down enemy capital ships or engage in space dogfights. While these are fun and add length to the campaign to flesh it out more and make you feel as though you are fighting an actual war rather than just jumping from one area to another arbitrarily, the overall formula of these side missions is similar across the entire campaign and a hint of repetitiveness can set in once you reach the halfway mark. That being said, the final act of the campaign is incredibly fun, exciting, and intense, bringing about a good sense of resolution without wearing out its welcome. Infinite Warfare has one of the best campaigns in the Call of Duty series and should be used as a benchmark for future Call of Duty single player stories.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Decent. Not Great

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    Acadius
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    I've been a Call Of Duty player since 2007 when Modern Warfare came out. Since then, I've stuck with the series despite the odd choices of themes they have been using as of late. I got myself hyped for Infinite Warfare and was excited for the campaign mostly since the multiplayer looked more of the same but I was hoping that it would feel different from what we were seeing in previews. It seems that all the efforts went into the story and multiplayer was an afterthought. I won't get into the plot details but I can say that it's one of the better COD plots of recent years. However, there was much hype with Kit Harrington from Game of Thrones being in the game and in truth, he barely has ten minutes of screen time. I played the multiplayer for three weeks before I threw in the towel because if felt like it was a poor version of Black Ops 3 from the previous year but far less inventive. The maps were poorly executed and the scorestreaks were pointless in a lot of matches. Now, if you're looking for more of the same that Black Ops 3 offered then you'll probably enjoy this game but keep in mind, there are a lot of features that are STILL NOT WORKING at the time of me writing this. Leaderboards, custom emblems, and some other features are still awaiting activation. Bottom line is that this game does not feel that it was in production for the past three years, in truth, it feels like the campaign was worked on for two and the online was slapped together in one year. As for Moder Warfare Remastered, it looks gorgeous and plays exactly like I remember it years ago. It's unfortunate that Activision decided to throw in micro transactions into that game as well.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Ace Combat meets Call of Duty in spaaaace

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    0ndre
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    Campaign was fun to play. You can pick and choose which mission to play next. You could do all the side missions first or just skip them and play main missions but all the missions award perks/equipment. Multiplayer is fast-paced, exo-suit double-jumping madness. Unless you are a slayer, be prepared to die quickly and often. Oh, and supply drops and weapon variants. I hate entire concept of this. With the luck of the draw you could unlock an Epic weapon in a supply drop that has built-in perks that stack with your chosen perks OR you could spend even more money on the game by purchasing supply drops with COD points (in-game currency obtained via cold hard cash). Zombies. What more need I say? I'm a huge fan, going all the way back to WaW where it all started. I've always been cautious about the different add-on "experiences" each COD has offered. Whether it's fighting aliens or exo-suit zombies, wasn't a huge fan of those. But this time around they stuck with non-exo-suit zombies (a good thing). Plus, the retro thing kind of lightens the mood versus the darker, grimmer Treyarch experience. The Legacy Edition also includes Modern Warfare Remastered. This game is easily the best FPS since Goldeneye, definitely a genre defining game. Also, its boots on the ground gameplay brings a refreshing reminder of what it was like to play COD before eco-suits. However when playing online, you better watch out for all the grenades. You better not bring a knife to a grenade fight...

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Game for Call of Duty Fans!

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    Wals
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    I've only played about an hour or so into the campaign just to make sure the disc was working properly so I can only give a snapshot opinion of what I've seen so far. The campaign is exactly what you would expect from a Call of Duty game and it delivers on all counts. The graphics are great on the PS4 (better than the XBOX One that had some screen tearing which I also had a copy of and returned for the PS4 version). The frame rate is very smooth and handles a lot of action going on without any noticeable stumbling. The action in the beginning has a cut scene in outer space but the parts I've played so far take place on Earth. I'm guessing the fighting will move along to outer space later in the game. I'm saving the rest of the campaign for the holidays so I'll probably write an updated review upon completion. I can't speak for the co-op or multiplayer options since I have not used them at this time. The Modern Warfare Remastered game that is included as a download is excellent so far which looks and plays better than the original which I had played quite a number of times in the past when it was a new release. I see that Best Buy is going to have this game on sale for Black Friday so if you were not sure about buying it and holding back, that would be a good time to pick the game up, especially if you can get an additional 20% off if you have the Best Buy Gamer membership. Enjoy!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Good For Only COD4

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    RamJam73
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    I have bought Call of Duty titles every year for 9 years now and Infinite Warfare is really disappointing. The campaign is actually pretty good and one of the best out of the new console COD's. But the thing that made Call of Duty what it is (or was really) is the multiplayer. Now Infinity Ward was stuck in the 3 year cycle with this so it's not entirely their fault. But I would have much more preferred them just take Black Ops 3 put a different cover on it, change guns, maps, and stuff like that and call it their new game. Instead multiplayer feels like Advanced Warfare, Black Ops 3, and Ghosts had a baby together and that's the multiplayer they put out. Three years to make a game and after a month there are still no leaderboards, there are still "pay to win" supply drops, and hit detection and time to kill are so out of whack. Out of this game the one shining light is Raven Studios who remastered Call of Duty 4, which is the original. Thank goodness they did that. With beefed up graphics and a new look I am overall impressed with the work they put into it. They redid the whole game and it looks great compared to infinite Warfare. I'm not going to say don't by the game, because I am a Call of Duty fan and want it to get better. But if you are looking for something constantly fun that won't frustrate you I would look into Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2, or Destiny the Complete Edition.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Bought for Modern Warfare Remastered, it's OK

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    DHarris
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    A buddy from college convinced me to buy this so we could play Modern Warfare online like we used to a long time ago. While I don't play these games as much as I used to, I left COD for Battlefield a couple years ago and still feel Battlefield is the better game. That said, they did a great job with Modern Warfare. It plays just like it used to, though I though I used to be able to customize the killstreak perks, which you cannot. The graphics have been updated nicely. Not as good looking at current games but still vastly improved. As for Infinite warfare, it's bad. Really bad. I gave it a shot on it's hardest setting. The first level has you eliminating soldiers from a polar base and stealing some super weapon. Even on it's hardest setting, this was a breeze. Until the final moment when you're fighting (just holding down the trigger on a laser gun, no tactics) giant robots. I died repeatedly. Set the difficulty lower, then realized that all I had to do was push a button on a giant floor mounted gun and it'd switch to a cut scene and it was done. Unfortunately, I missed that command over all the noise the first dozen times. Infinite warfare is so very generic and tired. If you're looking for a bit of nostalgia with Modern Warfare, go for it. Curious about Infinite Warfare? Skip it.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Good campaign, good graphics and spectacular sound

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    panitaboricua
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    Presentation/Availability: Product was well packaged with no broken/opened box. There were many available at the store. Performance/Gameplay - Infinite Warfare: My review is for the PS4. If you like shooter games, then you will definitely like this game. I like the weapons and accessories. Image resolution (gameplay and theatrical) is very good. The sound is spectacular!!!!!! The campaign story is very good and fast-paced with tremendous graphics. Online playing is fast-paced and I love it!!!! I really recommend you use a good headset with this game if you want to hear every tiny sound on the game (local and online). I recommend getting the Season Pass because if you like the online maps that come with the game, I can’t imagine the newer maps as new DLCs get out, plus is cheaper that way. Performance/Gameplay – Modern Warfare Remastered: Good graphics and tremendous sound. Excellent campaign story. Online is more for seasoned/experience players from the past, however, you still can play more and more online, that way you get the experience you need to survive. For the classic players of this game, it is a real treat. Customer service: Very good customer service. I was greeted by an employee as soon as I walked through the door. I have it pre-order and was out of the store in less than 10 minutes.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    MWR and Zombies

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    Valkyrie
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    I don't really play campaign mode anymore, but remember the first time playing MW1, it was soon much fun, yes the game should have been available by itself, but I bought it because I know I will always play this game. It looks amazing and all the kids are playing infinite warfare, so there are older people on mics. Zombies is meant to be a fun take on the game, it's a little weird and not a serious game mode at all. But I can see myself playing a few games when I get the chance. They have so many features, lots of new traps and an arcade after death to earn a revive playing mini games, so less people should be rage quiting. You can buy back your guns after death, but there are no special weapons. The weapons are not as great. Overall even without regular multi-player on infinite warfare this is great. With discounts and preorder bonus, this game was worth the $55. Without the lower price I would not have bought it. MWR is a digital game, not physical, lame. I wanted a physical copy. I would only recommend this to people that really liked MW1 or Zombies. In general I expect the price to fall or for MWR to be sold separately.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Futuristic yes, why not!? Lots of fun!

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    JayD
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    I'm personally open minded when it comes to futuristic games and what COD has been offering in the past 3 titles. You have to keep in mind that there are 3 different studios for COD. Infinity Ward was the last one to release their take on the futuristic style of game-play. I have a blast playing it and I find this one as a combination of AW + BO3 together. So the best of each of those titles on this one. I recommend everyone to buy Infiniti warfare and Battlefield 1. Don't skip either one. They're both amazing games. Each bring their own fun. So stop with the oh this one is better than that one. Neither one is better. Both are as good. Next year COD will star all over with the 3 studios taking turns, so probably the next 3 COD games would be boots on ground. In the mean time have fun with it...

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Should be sold separately

    Posted
    PatG222

    First off, I have been a faithful and dedicated annual purchaser of this series for about 8 years now. The double jump, highflying, futuristic stuff is old and tired after only two games. Not a fan at all as I see it take away some of the realism and startegies that made the others so much fun. I've played a demo and seen enough. If MWR was sold as a stand alone game, they could have my money. In fact, if pay close to the list price of this package just to get the game. Being that the developer decided to package it with this dumb game to boost its sales figures, I have finally decided to go and preorder BF1. See ya, COD. It's been fun but I'm done.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Another year... How well did it improve from Ghost

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    anniemaephorn
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    Campaign: Not bad... Half of it is your regular linear call of duty style story mode and the other half is a space craft battle that is shockingly isn't on rails. The only way to describe it is that the game play resembles Star Fox 64 in all range mode. Multiplayer: Not much if a change, but an improvement of the mechanics that were lacking in Black Ops 3. Maps are pretty Decent with most of the feeling like a 3 lane style layout. The weapons feel fun to use compared to the previous installments. Zombies: Mores zombies. Unfitting to the rest of the game but the 80s theme made it fun. Only problem is that the entire package feels as if it has less content from the previous game, Black Ops 3 where it had Parkour challenges and a arcade twin stick shooter inspired bonus zombie mode. Overall, the developers did a fine job and did not deserve the reaction from when the game was first announced. Then Modern Warfare remastered.. Same game, better graphics, new features that doesn't interfere with the original game play. And Free content so far.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great game! Love it as usual!

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    Fishbone
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    I went with the Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare Legacy version to receive the remastered version of Modern Warfare. They both are awesome! I haven't had alot of time to play Modern Warfare because I can't stop playing Infinite Warfare! I'm pleasantly surprised by this game. There was alot of mixed previews about I.W. Because Call Of Duty releases a new version every November and people were not sold on the futuristic weapons and maps, but to me that's what makes it even more fun. Don't get me wrong, I'm a huge Black Ops fan over any of the other versions of C.O.D.S, but overall I would give this game a 9/10. I would recommend this game to any first person shooter fan. It's well worth the extra $20 for the remastered Modern Warfare version. Go out and buy this game, you won't be disappointed I promise you. And Best Buy Gamers Club Unlocked is well worth the $30 for 2 years of discounts, extra reward points, pre-order bonuses and various other perks.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Three Games in One

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    BSteffen
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    Infinite Warfare is another solid entry in the COD franchise. I haven't been as thrilled with the futuristic editions, but they have their redeeming qualities. This one is pretty good. There's a good story to the campaign with excellent character development and interaction, so you really feel what's at stake during the finale. The transitioning from ground to zero gravity to flight is smooth and plays well. The updated Zombies game is a blast. It's hilarious and terrifying! I have long been a fan of Call of Duty with Modern Warfare for PS3 being my all time favorite. You can imagine my excitement when I learned that Activision was releasing a remastered edition for current platforms. I have one word to describe it: "Beautiful". Having played the original for countless hours on PS3 years ago, it seems almost too sharp now. As far as I can tell the play is identical, and they tied in the controller audio nicely.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    April 30, 2017 $47.99 after GCU

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    gabemstr
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    Great value with GCU and on sale. Sure people can be super critical about this game, but it really is fun for what it is. The campaign is pretty short but in a good way. Most of my friends and I are in our mid twenties, and we do our best to fit gaming in our lives, but there's definitely less time nowadays. With shorter campaigns like this that have a decent story, it's totally worth it. I've always liked the CoD stories. With this edition, you also get Modern Warfare Remastered which truly packs a punch in value. You get extra multiplayer maps that truly expand your MP gameplay experience, along with a whole other campaign to play through after Infinite Warfare. If you're debating on getting this game, get it on sale so that you take any doubts away regarding value. In my opinion, I would probably pay its original release price (with GCU of course).

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good for Old and New Fans Alike

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    RobT
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    To be honest I wasn't expecting much of Infinite Warfare given the pre-release trailers that made it seem very similar to Black Ops 3. But after getting it and playing each of the modes and even some of Modern Warfare Remastered, I can honestly say that it was worth it. The campaign of Infinite Warfare was surprisingly good and is now one of my top 3 CoD campaigns. The zombies mode in this game is also fantastic and even rivals some of Treyarch's own zombies maps. And the multiplayer, while it is the weakest part of the package, is still one of the better multiplayer experiences of 2016. Finally, it is worth mentioning Modern Warfare: Remastered, which remasters all of the multiplayer maps of the original MW and even the entire campaign. In my opinion, I think the game holds up nicely after all these years and is the perfect piece to round out the whole package.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Infinite Warfare is great, Remastered is Better

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    Treb
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    I, like many others, paid the price of admission to get my hands on Modern Warfare Remastered. What I didn't expect was to like Infinite Warfare as much as I do. First, the Remaster. CoD4: Modern Warfare was one of my favorite games, and this Remaster is fantastic. The game is fully redone to take advantage of the new consoles and looks great. The multiplayer has the same great maps and guns that we love and miss. Infinite Warfare has a solid single player campaign along with a polished multiplayer. It plays much like Black Ops III did with the movement, but has done enough to feel like a new game. I've split my time pretty equally between the two games when I expected to be playing the Remastered version a majority of the time. Highly recommend for anyone on the fence who has been a CoD fan.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Next Generation for COD.

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    Mitch
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    I really enjoy playing the game. I got the Legacy Edition and I am almost completely done with the campaign but I've actually been spending most of my time doing online multiplayer. I haven't tried the Zombies gameplay yet but all I hope is that it isn't like Shadows of Evil from BO3 because I never really quite got the hang of that. I know some people are quite upset because they don't like the futuristic style that Call of Duty has taken to, but they released Modern Warfare Remastered so that should be enough to shut them up about it. Speaking of that I have still yet to play MWR but it looks fun. I personally love the futuristic warfare games like COD: Infinite Warfare, Destiny, and the games that involve quests. I also enjoy Skyrim Remastered as well. But this is an all around good game combo.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Remaster, Bundled with a Decent Game

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    masterchief313
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    I've gotta give 'em credit this year...Modern Warfare could have easily been another lazy port like so many other remastered games this year, but actual effort went into this one. Not only are the graphics on par with this year's releases, new animations and added details show care went into this game. What a blast to play online again, and with one of the best shooter campaigns EVER included! Understandably, you may be cynical about having to buy this bundled with this year's latest CoD entry but to my surprise...it's actually not bad at all. Dare I say, the campaign's actually REALLY GOOD! I wish multiplayer was as inventive, though (imo) it's a slight improvement over Black Ops III. Haven't tried zombies yet, but you're actually getting decent value from this package.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Micro-transactions ruin this game

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    Matthew
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    You can't get the best guns in the game except by playing a LONG time and getting VERY lucky. I haven't been lucky. I have just reached level 55 and have one legendary and one epic. The epic is probably the worst in the game. The unlock system is horrible and it is clearly designed to be bad. It is designed that way because... you can pay real money for the chance at a better gun! Who would pay real money if you could unlock these guns through normal play? No one of course. So the game has been designed so that some players have weapons that are way, WAY better than yours. And you will pretty much never get those guns unless you pay real money. Micro-transactions in a game you paid full price for.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend