Action movies you have met your match
Leave it to the company that redefined the World War two first-person-shooter back in 2003 to come back and do the same thing to the modern era. Infinity Ward has not had their hand in a Call of Duty game since Call of Duty 2, and boy, does it look as though they were busy.
They story of Call of Duty 4 has the they player taking part in the war on terror, playing as both a US marine and a British Special Forces soldier fighting against the now generic Middle Eastern ‘ultranationalists’. The story is so short that I do not want to talk about it, lest I let something spill by accident. Suffice it to say, if you have seen any modern war movies lately, COD4 will seem familiar.
But once you have dropped into the game, the generic story fades into the background as you find yourself playing through what feels like an action movie. Games have been attempting to reach this point of realism for years and friends, the time is now.