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THE INFO BOX
Post date: November 13, 2009
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Modern Warfare 2 isn’t all apocalyptic deluge and end of world madness. Yes, the story hustles you from one extravagant set piece to the next on a gasoline-tinged blast of spectaculosity. But there are plenty of tiny details to discover if you hang back and poke around the nooks and corners instead of dashing from checkpoint to checkpoint.
The first order of business in Just Cause 2 isn’t to steal a car, or motorcycle, or ATV, or fighter jet, or attack chopper. It isn’t to go exploring the miles and miles of jungles, mountains, and cities. No, first you must wrap your head around the grappling hook and parachute.
Many see the campaign portion of a Call of Duty game as a warm up for multiplayer, a mere precursor to the wanton unleashing of molten buckets of whoop-ass onto the pathetically incompetent gaming public. In the event you’ve skipped the campaign entirely, or didn’t follow the story, or just have an insatiable thirst for spoilers, we’ve whittled Modern Warfare 2’s plot down to the essential 90 seconds.
What will you fight for? That was the question Namco Bandai asked the UK when it invited the nation down to Namco Station in London for its prestigious tournament. Travelling from as far afield as Liverpool and Manchester, Tekken players from far and wide responded to the challenge as they all wanted to prove they were the best. Well, that and the small matter walking away with the grand prize of a 42”
The Wii is the home of clueless casual gamers, housewives and grannies: fact. Ok, so that’s not entirely true, but there’s no doubt the aforementioned groups have helped propel the little white box into the sales stratosphere. But while they’re undoubtedly the backbone of Nintendo’s current business model, there’s only so long they can last on Wii Sports and Wii Fit. That’s why we’ve taken some of
Do you like Modern Warfare 2? Did you have fun at our last gaming marathon, or did you miss it? If you bothered to answer either of those questions, you might be interested in this! We've agreed to forsake our personal lives and the health of our wrists this Friday to play non-stop rounds of MW2 with our oh-so-lovely GamesRadar readers and TalkRadar listeners.
You don't have to read far into the comments on our Modern Warfare 2 review to see the level of unbridled anger levelled at Infinity Ward over its handling of the PC version's multiplayer functionality.