Continuing with the tales of bravery and confrontation in battle, this eighth entry in the Call of Duty franchise due out in 2011.
The politics surrounding a video game’s release should never overshadow the product itself, but when West and Zampella were shown the door at Infinity Ward (over a rumored hubbub with Activision’s closest rival Electronic Arts), I was nervous about the state of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. It’s not often that the situation surrounding video game companies have an effect on a product, but the departure of several key talent had me wondering just what kind of effect would take place. Then I heard that several development teams were helping Infinity Ward out with the project, including Raven Software and the new team at Sledgehammer Games (consisting of several former Dead Space development team members). So, yeah, concern rose its ugly... Read Review