Action-packed single-player campaign.
Great selection of weapons.
Robust multiplayer mode.
Lots of bonus content.
A different kind of story for a CoD game.
Great voice acting.
Entertaining, fast-paced campaign.
Addictive and extensive multiplayer.
Nazi zombies are a total blast.
Thrilling variety throughout campaign.
Fractured story creates an intriguing atmosphere.
New multiplayer currency system is invigorating.
Combat training lets anyone enjoy multiplayer excitement.
Theater lets you share and enjoy triumphs and failures.
Still overpriced for the glitchy, problematic game you get.
The vehicles handle like toys and the characters act like action figures and yet I'm not having fun.
Nothing particularly new or groundbreaking.
Just plain awful as a single-player FPS.
Multiplayer is nothing new.
More hype than anything else.
Frame rate issues.
Too linear, over dependence on cinematics, no replay value.
Story is heavily scripted.
Ending falls flat.
Poor draw distances.
PC version is plagued by a bunch of technical issues.
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