Posted 12 November 2007 - 09:03 AM
With the exception of Call of Duty 3 (which wasn't made by Infinity Ward), the Call of Duty series is a pretty intense series. Call of Duty 4 felt almost exactly like Call of Duty 2, but that's not exactly a bad thing because the game was very intense and exciting. I'm looking into getting the PC version, but I can't run it with an amazing frame rate (with many graphics turned up, I get around 30fps which is a bit low when it goes up and down). However, I got a chance to rent the PS3 version and it's awesome. If you have a PS3 or 360, this game is at 60fps and almost never drops below.
I don't care as much for the SAS missions (except for closer to the end of the game) as much as I liked the American missions. The American missions felt more like the massive invasion and war while the SAS ones felt like a much smaller scale battle and more covert. I wont spoil the story, but I was rather sad when the American missions were done. I think they could have done some more with the American missions though like some other objectives for a new level or something... Oh well
I haven't had a chance to take it online as there appears to be a problem with the online with the PS3 version (I've heard the PC has this problem too? Apparently it was fixed on the 360 during it's multiplayer beta), but the singleplayer is awesome and sports a very good experience.