Call of Duty: Ghosts: Call of Duty: Ghosts' campaign is as "more Call of Duty" as you could possibly expect, even with the swap from near-future to slightly-further future. That's not necessarily a bad thing, though--the set piece encounters are absolutely massive, and the story provides you with ample excuses to shoot waves of enemies in crumbling buildings. Oh, and there's a dog in it, which, you know, is pretty freaking majestic.
Battlefield 4: Battlefield 3's single-player campaign was downright terrible, and while BF4 doesn't fix all of the problems, it definitely moves in the right direction. Missions throw you into explosive situations and allow you to choose how to approach them, mimicking the feel of multiplayer extremely well. The characters are even likable this time around--more so, even, than Ghosts' leading brothers. It has some issues with pacing, and it definitely feels like levels were cut due to time (or to make DLC) that would have explained some of the missions better, but it's still surprisingly enjoyable.