Modern Warfare was released the Call of Duty series out of the rut, pulling out of the Second World War. Leaving the artillery of the twenty-first century, by globalizing the conflict, he had managed to restore the prestige of a license that Treyarch had manhandled. Infinity Ward is therefore in charge of Call of Duty, after a World at War honest, and resumed his contemporary world for Modern Warfare 2.
Infinity Ward had to be overcome to justify this second episode. We therefore pass on a cold war reloaded, which ultimately serves as an ornament as noisy and sitting on its laurels.
Immediately settle any controversy that would raise the game’s enemies are ultra-nationalists in Russia, the country itself has gone from red side of the democratic republic in erecting the antagonist of the first episode to the rank of martyr.
This time, imperialism naive Modern Warfare is ridiculed when the United States are taking the game of world policeman, invaded by communist rogues revenge.
This is the starting point of conflict that sparks debate, since the famous passage from the airport is an act of terrorism that involved the hero, as U.S. Navy under cover. The operation goes wrong and nationality is exposed to allow ultra-nationalists to justify a massive response.
As such, the phase takes place almost on track, and you can have it replaced by a cinematic as it is boring. Poorly paced, badly done, the start of the main frame does, however, that resume a pattern of events that led to the Great War of 1914. The bomb, charges the invasion. Nothing new, but critics have once again focused on the graphic violence to the detriment of the subject.
The few political ideas, unguided script, the rest are soon drowned in the rest of the scenario, globally chaotic. The plot is so disjointed that badly tied, ellipses and narrative reinforce this decline that has depersonalized to the protagonists. Zero Empathy, sympathy if not, the grunts are interchangeable and their goals have nothing grand. (more…)