Call Of Duty: Ghosts - PS 3
|Prazo||Valor Mensal (R$)||Total (R$)|
|3x sem juros||R$ 37,98||R$ 113,90|
|2x sem juros||R$ 56,95||R$ 113,90|
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- Plataforma: Playstation 3
- Gênero: tiro
- Número de jogadores: 1 a 2
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- Descontinuado pelo fabricante : Não
- Idioma : Inglês
- Dimensões do produto : 13.5 x 1.5 x 17.2 cm; 30 g
- Número do modelo : 44821-1
- ASIN : B00CFARTA2
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- Nº 642 em Jogos para PlayStation 3
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However, when you can pick the same thing up used for less than the postage, nobody has anything to complain about.
Buy the damn thing. That's really all there is, meaningful, to say.
Though short – I think Ghosts campaign clocks up around 6 hours – those 6 hours are packed with plenty of gun blazing boo-yah! and visual spectacle by the bucket. You do the Moonraker space battle thing, only it looks seriously good. There's a bit where you have to egress a collapsing building that's splitting in two, a la Transformers: Dark Side of The Moon. An underwater battle scene that could be lifted straight from Thunderball, a blazing gun-fight across the top of a speeding train. Strongholds to infiltrate worthy of any Bond villains lair a-plenty. Plus.
You get to drive a bitey dog...
I found no downside to call of Duty: Ghosts - aside from not being able to get the dog to poop in the path of enemies so as they have to step in it and then go through all the rigmarole of trying to get it off their boot - how could anyone not put that in a game with a bitey, remote controlled dog in it? That's just seriously taking they eye off the dogs chewy-ball...
Combat has the fluid ease you come to expect from the COD franchise, the story is jingoism personified - oh those poor, down trodden Americans who never climb up the pipes of anyone, surrounded on all sides by so many who seek to invade America simply for the sake of teaching them an important life-lesson about playing nice-with-others....
Though the story's appended to these things – and they are pretty much stapled on just to justify whatever level you're playing – Ghosts (fortunately) isn't a universal primer on how right America is and how very wrong everyone else is. Even though (story-wise) it is, just a hell of a lot.
Think of instead as a Michael Bay movie you can actively take part in and – rampant nationalism aside – you can rip through it perfectly happily. The levels are fun. Though large they're balanced enough to allow you to enjoy each section without wanting to throw your controller at the TV in sheer frustration too often, there's also plenty of other stuff to throw yourself into on the disc as well, including Squads and Extinction.
At less than the price of the postage to send it – what are you waiting for? Buy it.
I was never a fan of this type of game in the past, until I picked up a copy of Black Ops on Xbox when it came out. That turned me, and although I'm still unable to maintain a positive kill/death ratio, I'll keep coming back for more. There are some small maps included here, and some really quite big ones. The level of detail is great for both, and if I ever see you in a multiplayer game of this; you can bet your life I'll be the one walking casually through the middle of the map without any care for my own personal saf...oh great, killed again.
There are some reviews of this game that imply this game is just for the campers; the ones who like to lie in wait with a sniper rifle and pick you off when you haven't even finished respawning from the last death. My experience hasn't been the same; some of these maps offer that kind of experience, the large outdoor areas such as the Scotland map are perfect for this, but there are also several close-quarters maps, where you need to keep moving before being trodden on. And then knifed in the back before you've even registered there was anybody there.
As part of the COD franchise, and for this price point - this is a great game. The story mode is full of cut-scenes, but plays well, there's the option to play multiplayer games against bots; ideal for idiots like me who really have no clue how to be good at this game, and there's also an extra game type: Extinction, where you pit your wits against some alien scum.
Overall, this is well worth getting, and in my opinion is better than others in the franchise. Go get this, and I'll see you online. Okay, I probably won't see you online, but you'll undoubtedly see me, and I'll feel your bullets.
The game itself is a bit troubling to me. Firstly, the graphics are terrible with weak colours and contrast. The multiplayer is a confused mess, and half the time i had no idea what was going on. To to add to the multiplayer thing, why is everyone just sitting in one spot? Should be called Camp of Duty i think! The Story mode is interesting especially with the dog in your team to give a different angle in the Battlefield. This is not the first shooter i have played and certainly not my first Call of Duty game, but this is not of the same quality of World at War, Modern Warfare series and Black Ops 1. i am a Battlefield player now as it has a far wider imagination to multiplayer, but i wanted to see what it was like with a newer COD game since the previous i listed above. Why are there so many screaming kids playing this game?? Children's Online Daycare is what it has become and i really think this aspect has ruined the enjoyment for both new and veteran players.