Call of Duty: Ghosts Review Roundup


Another year, another Call of Duty game to hit retail shops and digital stores within the first week of November.

To be fair to the popular shooting series, Call of Duty: Ghosts had added several new multiplayer modes to their game. Extinction Mode has 4 players propping up and defending themselves from oncoming alien hordes, Squads allows you to create specially-tailored teams with designated loadouts to be used in a plethora of team matches, and a bunch of new ways to play each other in online battles.

Looking around the internet and checking out several reviews, however, it looks like people are decidedly lower on the game than previous games in the Call of Duty series. Criticisms include lack of innovation, decidedly duller single player campaign and removal of features from previous games (like theater mode and emblem creation). Some liked it, saying, “Old dog, new tricks.” Others did not like it as much, saying, “Old dog, old tricks.”

In an effort to show you the mixed bag, in fairness, here are a collection of reviews for Call of Duty: Ghosts.



GameSpot: 8/10



NowGamer: 7.5/10




GameTrailers: 7/10





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