Massive set pieces thanks to campaign's larger scope.
Less linear feel.
Plenty of quality co-op content.
A stack of new multiplayer maps.
Lots of varied and challenging Spec Ops action.
Exciting and entertaining competitive multiplayer.
No new core gameplay features.
Multiplayer sticks closely to familiar formula.
By Smarthouse on December 12, 2011
It's a great game in the same way that its predecessors were (and still are), but that's also why it falls short. It's actually the same game as its predecessors. The original Modern Warfare broke ground with its solid physics, rock solid...80
By Blogcritics on December 02, 2011
Unlike some reviewers out there, I have not rushed out a review of this game quickly after release. I wanted to give it a chance to impress me or not. In fact it has done neither of those two things. There are things both good and bad about about...60
By Gaming Nexus on November 29, 2011
Here we go again. It's the fall so that means another version of Call of Duty is out. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 concludes the story set in motion a few games ago with the final events of World War 3.Modern Warfare 3 is separated into three...85
By The Lobe and Mail on November 22, 2011
Every fall around Remembrance Day millions of grown men and women – including yours truly, a 37-year-old father who’s never even held a real gun – are willing to look past any ethical concerns and dive right into the latest bloody,...-
By Expert Reviews on November 19, 2011
A globe-trotting single player campaign, addictive new co-op modes and unbeatable multiplayer mayhem – MW3 has it all...80
By New Game Network on November 17, 2011
I'll start off by saying that if you liked the direction Infinity Ward went in with 2009's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, don't fear, Modern Warfare 3 will likely provide you with hours of fun. This is because Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3...71
By HotHardware on November 17, 2011
Both are gorgeous blockbuster titles—but if you had to pick one, which should it be? Our answers may surprise you. Single Player:When it comes to their storytelling aspirations, the folks at DICE clearly intended to deliver a five course steak...-
By NZGamer on November 15, 2011
The Call of Duty franchise has continued to be enormously popular, and for good reason - it has always delivered a good solo experience (albeit a short one), and a very well crafted and thought out multiplayer option. It is a tried and true formula...90
By Tech2 on November 15, 2011
It feels kind of redundant to review a game like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 no matter how big this franchise has become. Except for maybe a couple of tweaks, this is essentially the same Call of Duty you played last year, the year before that...80
By PCWorld New Zealand on November 14, 2011
In the Fallout series, they say that war never changes. Perhaps it’s a more appropriate catchcry for the Modern Warfare series. It’s true that number three, the latest in the series, is an uncannily similar package to its predecessor, just...70