Call of Duty: Ghosts
Clever and meaningful additions to multiplayer.
Greater team focus.
Robust class system.
A campaign driven by excellent pacing and varied encounters.
Campaign delivers big dumb fun.
Extinction is a welcome addition.
A wide variety of scenarios.
Riley is just the cutest little companion dog.
Maps too large.
Strong feeling of familiarity - even on next-gen.
Really bad dialogue.
Weird design choices surrounding squads leave the multiplayer feeling gimped at times.
Removal of competitive League Play option is unfortunate and feels like a step back.
The spawn system often spawns enemies directly behind you, making high-end killstreaks all but impossible to obtain.
By Craving Tech on December 09, 2013
Call of Duty: Ghosts Review – Not another Call of Duty game, you say? Whether you are a fan of Call of Duty or not, every new Call of Duty game has always been successful, racking millions of dollars on the day one launch. Infinity Ward's...-
By Tom's Hardware UK on December 04, 2013
Call Of Duty: Ghosts is graphically interesting. And while it doesn't do anything innovative in terms of game play, it's at least as fun as its predecessors. The question is, what sort of hardware do you need in order to enjoy the title? ...-
By HardwareHeaven on November 26, 2013
can be drawn? Well if you believe IW it's simply down to the way the game was launched across both physical/digital formats and various platforms. Either way it has still sold in the millions so where's the motivation to change? A decade ago...-
By nintendoworldreport.com on November 21, 2013
For the past several years, Activision has made a killing by releasing yearly iterations of the Call of Duty series. This year is no different with the release of Call of Duty: Ghosts. However, while last year’s Black Ops II benefited from being a...60
By Strategy Informer on November 18, 2013
In the grand tradition of games criticism, we all sit in a dusty, midnight circle, chat by the crackling fire, and warm ourselves on the shells of badly reviewed videogame cases. Sometimes we laugh, sometimes we cry, and when we wish to blood new...70
By PC Gamer on November 12, 2013
The campaign is exciting but only passively entertaining, and the multiplayer tweaks the knobs of established Call of Duty games to little...67
By Pocket-lint on November 08, 2013
Call of Duty: Ghosts is a nonsense of storytelling that also happens to be a blast. A dumb blast, mind, but it's fun nonetheless - even if you're not typically a first person shooting fan. You won't care what your character's name is,...80
By Tom's Guide on November 07, 2013
While "Call of Duty: Ghosts" is mostly proficient from a technical standpoint, its unimaginative game mechanics, shoddy single-player campaign and bland visuals hold it back. In keeping with series tradition, the multiplayer is much stronger, but it can...50
By TrustedReviews on November 06, 2013
Ghosts is too polished, too well-paced and too spectacular to be called a disappointment, but it’s stuck in the last generation when it should be helping to define a new one.70
By mashable.com on November 06, 2013
Call of Duty: Ghosts is hitting store shelves almost exactly 10 years after the first Call of Duty , a PC-only game that spawned 21 more titles across 17 platforms. In many ways, Call of Duty is the flagship product for this generation of console...-