Modern Warfare 3: 5 Reasons Why I Won't Buy It

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is a sure fire hit. The Call of Duty franchise has become a household name, smashing sales records and dominating online statistics. It's also a cultural icon in the gaming community.

And I won't be buying it.

"GASP! How could he refuse the second coming of Jesus?". "God damn BF3 fanboy!". I can already envision the comments on this article, and the backlash that will follow on Twitter. Never the less, here are five reasons why I won't be buying Modern Warfare 3.

12 Month Subscription Fees Are Outdated

Everyone seems to know that 12 month subscription fees are outdated; a number of MMO's and shooters are launching as "free-to-play" these days, however Call of Duty still manages to steal your hard earned cash every twelve months.

The secret to publisher Activision's diabolical plans is that it doesn't call it a subscription fee. Instead it just churns out a new CoD game every year that has the same gameplay mechanics, the same graphics engine, and the same downfalls with minimal changes. The developer re-skins the game, throws in a few nifty multiplayer features and kicks it out the door with a premium price-tag. Everyone is so excited for Modern Warfare 3 yet they don't realise they have already played it. It came out in 2007, and it was called Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.

Over Before It's Started

One thing that CoD has always done well is to craft an action-packed, single-player experience. Call of Duty 2 had one of the best experiences of its time, and CoD 4: Modern Warfare was truly an epic adventure that changed the face of the entire genre. However the series seems to become a little more complacent with each subsequent release.

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There's no foreplay, it's just balls to the wall action that sets the scene for an adrenalin pumping thrill ride. The stories become ridiculous and completely over the top, and just when things are getting into a rhythm, it's all over and you're left with a big mess on your hands. Nothing is resolved, we're given a weak answer to our problems and we're asked to leave $14.99 on the nightstand for some upcoming DLC. Call of Duty has never been about character development, but when that action is so condensed into a 4-5 hour experience it doesn't give you a chance to breathe or take it in. Draw it out a little guys, return to the pacing of CoD 2 and things will be much better for it.

1337 Skills Not Rewarded

Most online shooters demand a dedication to learning the game, developing strategies and bringing in some 1337 skills to pwn your opponents. Battlefield 3 requires you to learn the subtleties of bullet drop and Team Fortress 2 will have you learning how to rocket jump and the best tactics to being a successful spy. Call of Duty doesn't require said skills, which is a double edged sword: it makes the game easy to pick up and play however it doesn't promote those who are truly elite.

Running and gunning isn't frowned upon. Rather, it is openly encouraged in the CoD world we live in. There may be team based modes in the multiplayer gameplay, however it all comes down to one thing: the kill-to-death ratio.

Players who meticulously learn their classes and develop strategies for every map won't be rewarded highly, not when some punk who hasn't even earned his wings can simply run around the corner, spray and pay and collect an XP boost. Obviously players who possess some form of 1337 skills will fare better than most, but they aren't as important as other games seems to emphasise.

The Fossil Syndrome

Graphical advancements are coming thick and thin this year. However Modern Warfare 3 will be using a tweaked version of the same engine that powered Call of Duty 2 back in 2005. While it doesn't look bad, it's certainly starting to age a little when compared to other titles out there these days. Sure, it runs at a smooth 60fps, however gamers demand graphical prowess, and the IW Engine is starting to slip.

Another Step Towards Destroying The CoD Namesake

Believe it or not I was once a huge advocate of the Call of Duty franchise, jumping ship from the Medal Of Honor train when that series started to go downhill. There is no question that Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare transformed the face of multiplayer shooters, and gave the FPS genre a much needed boost, however it seems that each release since then has brought down the quality of the series inch by inch. I don't want the series to fail, I remember the days when Call of Duty was "Medal of Honor but more realisitc", yet now many are probably making the same claim with Battlefield 3.

Will Modern Warfare 3 revolutionise the series? No. It will offer more of the same content that we've been receiving since 2007. Is that a bad thing? Not necessarily, however it isn't exactly ideal. The series is slowly coming to a standstill, and soon it will be lacking innovation completely. Other titles may not be able to come close in terms of sales, but they are rapidly surpassing Call of Duty based on experiences alone.

By Stephen Heller

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HELLER IS A HEATHEN! ATTACK! [Rage]
I like COD as my mindless FPS. It won't last forever, but it's still the best when you just want to run around shooting people. I don't always want to have to plan and work as a team. Nothing is better for a quick 30 minute game of shooting idiots all over the world than COD at the moment.

I didn't like W@W at all, but I've actually like all the rest since COD4 so I don't think it's really destroying the name.

I won't be subscribing though. Biggest scam of all time right there. Although, I buy one Map Pack at the most since I'm normally bored when these come out, so I don't consider the value in those with it.


Hmmmmmmmmm.... wat. [WTF]
Funny you say that they give the same game over, you are obviously a bf3 noob, Now i have played bf3 i think i'm on level 12 so i have giving it a good go, after tomorrow i will not touch it, I have played bfbc2 and these too games are exactly the same.
Tano
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Yes I will be buying it.

You are a BF3 fanboy.

inb4rampage
I think people just put too much expectations on MW2 and feel slighted that it didn't live up to their dreams, COD4:MW was such an amazing groundbreaking game and people expected them to re-invent the wheel again

I enjoy these as fun, popcorn entertainment and I'm looking forward to playing MW3 this week
COD4 was the peak of the series. It started deteriorating after that, i am going to pass on MW3.
Good write up Heller. :)
Heller are you trolling? Or scheming some sort of reverse psychology marketing ploy?

I seriously question the attention to detail that people like you afford these games, MW2 was a massive improvement on the original and doesnt get near the credit it deserves. Black Ops unfortunately though was below par.

1337 skills not rewarded? Are you kidding? If you are truly 1337 at these games you are untouchable. If you are not untouchable then you are not 1337, simple.

If you dont want to buy it, good for you, I dont want to buy Fifa every year but others do and thats cool with me. I dont want to buy a lot of games out there, each to their own.
well said @industrie

Kenni said:
Hmmmmmmmmm.... wat.



MMGN Aids.
I have nothing against the COD series, there's no denying its popularity or the impact its had this generation. I wont be buying it simply because its a FPS, there's a HUGE over saturation of them this generation :*O
I have 4 reasons: Modern Warfare, Modern Warfare 2, World at War, Black Ops









Ben said: I like COD as my mindless FPS. It won't last forever, but it's still the best when you just want to run around shooting people. I don't always want to have to plan and work as a team. Nothing is better for a quick 30 minute game of shooting idiots all over the world than COD at the moment.
I didn't like W@W at all, but I've actually like all the rest since COD4 so I don't think it's really destroying the name.
I won't be subscribing though. Biggest scam of all time right there. Although, I buy one Map Pack at the most since I'm normally bored when these come out, so I don't consider the value in those with it.


I like this, Its just im a robot when I play COD, I dont have to think much just point and shoot.
you can get it for <$50 so for that price I will be getting it.
im not..i might one day but not this week.. maybe after christmas
Heller is obviously saving his money for Skyward Sword!

amiright? [Derp]
People who bash on the graphics and somewhat lack of innovation this time round from Infinity Ward need to understand that they lost an absolute ton of staff last year and 2009. It's effectively a new company with new employees, and alongside Sledgehammer games, who are also new, they didn't want to make too big of a risk changing things that people loved about the game. Not to mention development time was limited due to the constant changing roster of employees.

Look at 343 Industries, the new Halo team. They are playing the safe option aswell, because they are new and want to gain credibility from the public that they can still deliver, and 343 are doing that by remaking a classic whilst keeping the gameplay the same in order to not lose their fans.

Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games imo, have done a fantastic job. Sure, it's not revolutionary, but given the time restictions and inside problems, it'd have been easy for them to either skip a year, or dish out something that has a million problems with it or give some unknown company the reigns for 2011. But they didn't.

I'm absolutely amazed how people say stuff like "we want a new engine hurr durr hurr" yet they don't realise that with every release since CoD4 bar MW3, their have been some pretty large improvements overall to the engine. MW3 being the exception because like I said, they wanted to ship a game and not an engine, and had they made a new engine this time round, it'd be the latter.

Battlefield hasn't changed it's core gameplay. Sure, BF3 has a new engine, but on consoles it runs terribly in comparison to the IW4.0 engine. With a new engine, comes a whole bucket load of problems and with the time restraints and lack of security when it comes to employees; being that they lost a lot of them, just be greatful that a game is coming out this year.

Battlefield 3 is essentially the same game as Battlefield 1942, just with different maps and guns. Halo Reach is Halo: CE with new maps and guns. Unreal Tournament 3 is Unreal Tournament with new maps and guns. If you're going to critisise a series like Call of Duty for a lack of "innovation" then you'll have to critisise nearly every franchise out there. Mario, Zelda, Pokemon, Metroid, CoD, BF, Halo, GTA (GTA IV being the exception), Uncharted, Resistance, Rainbow Six Vegas, Ghost Recon, Medal of Honor and any driving simulator. The list goes on. The spotlight is cast onto CoD because it sells so well, but Call of Duty is hardly any less "inovative" than any of those series.

And yes, Super Mario Galaxy was Super Mario 64 with a new environment, the core gameplay remained the same as with all of these franchises.
That may be true but they try to offer the illusion of things being drastically different.

CoD has lost all integrity if you ask me, it feels like a cash cow more than delivering a great user experience.

Heller said: That may be true but they try to offer the illusion of things being drastically different.
CoD has lost all integrity if you ask me, it feels like a cash cow more than delivering a great user experience.



MW3 is what the community asked for. People wanted a fixed version of MW2, at least on their forums they did. Black Ops was vastly different to WaW, MW2 was vastly different to CoD4. The core experience remains the same because if they were to change it, then they would have to create a new series. Halo Reach changed some things in MP and people hated it and bashed it so much, that's why whenever I play it, there's a max of 10,000 players online at a time, usually far less.

I for one, wouldn't mind a one year break after MW3, that way a new engine could be developed and people could stop crying. Although, people still find things to bitch about.
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I think all franchises are cash cows now? I don't think that can compromise experience all the time, but it certainly hurt Guitar Hero. It wasn't quality that hurt it, but rather over saturation.

The reason I don't think that will happen with COD for a while is because 12 months really is a long time. While everyone might stop playing COD religiously once the big releases start coming out again in Feb, they will go back to it for quick plays and some competitive action. That's COD in a nutshell.

I know it's been a few drinks since the last Battlefield, but they're essentially creating a new engine from the ground up. They are second. They need to refine what they offer. COD is first, so why does it need to change. The dev summed it up in saying that it's engine hasn't changed because it's so clean and crisp. It's easy to work with, and it's accessible for EVERYONE.

That said, I understand why someone might not like COD, especially online. But a lot of gamers don't buy it out of spite, which is disappointing imo. Some people on here don't buy it because they are seemingly anti-corporate, anti-Activision forum militants that don't want to be trenders. I buy COD, not because everyone else does, but because I want the best ratio, the best kills, the best thrills.

And I definitely am not alone.
@Beta Pretty much. The only developer who I have faith in anymore that they are making games at least 70% for their fans, is Rockstar.

But if it ain't broke, don't fix it. CoD isn't the best looking game out there, but the fact the engine still looks good to date shows how impressive it was back in 2007. CoD4 looked amazing, and I expect with a new series (assuming MW3 is the last Modern Warfare game) will come an updated or brand new engine.
My guess is that MW4 is primed to be a launch title for any new console that launches in Q4 2013, which I'm sure there will be one.

My guess is that, Like Kenni. CoD will be dead after MW3.

I remember discussing it with him on LIVE once, What are they going to do after MW3? Make another modern type shooter? Or back to the World Wars...

GreenThumb said: My guess is that, Like Kenni. CoD will be dead after MW3.
I remember discussing it with him on LIVE once, What are they going to do after MW3? Make another modern type shooter? Or back to the World Wars...


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GreenThumb said: My guess is that, Like Kenni. CoD will be dead after MW3.
I remember discussing it with him on LIVE once, What are they going to do after MW3? Make another modern type shooter? Or back to the World Wars...



My guess is the future, but I don't think you can put a limit on contemporary war shooters. Even if its present day and a fictional story, like MW3. MW4 is a surety. I don't think it'll end at 3.

I'd love a future COD.
Its a game where you shoot people, with guns. What could the developers actually change? I have found the general FPS community to be a very pretentious and hypocritical group. They make constant rhetorical demands out of a mix of conformity and their week-willed nature. The community is what always turns me off playing any modern multiplayer game.

I cannot stand hypocrisy so that's what most my hate comes from.

Beta said:

GreenThumb said: My guess is that, Like Kenni. CoD will be dead after MW3.
I remember discussing it with him on LIVE once, What are they going to do after MW3? Make another modern type shooter? Or back to the World Wars...


My guess is the future, but I don't think you can put a limit on contemporary war shooters. Even if its present day and a fictional story, like MW3. MW4 is a surety. I don't think it'll end at 3.
I'd love a future COD.



It better end at 3. Otherwise we could possibly be looking at a linear-blockbuster campaign of a disappointment that was MW2...

Marge said: Its a game where you shoot people, with guns. What could the developers actually change? I have found the general FPS community to be a very pretentious and hypocritical group. They make constant rhetorical demands out of a mix of conformity and their week-willed nature. The community is what always turns me off playing any modern multiplayer game.
I cannot stand hypocrisy so that's what most my hate comes from.



I think the FPS community is the one most accepting of a game like COD. Millions of people play it without complaining. I seriously think the haters are in a minority if you're looking collectively at the people that know and talk about the game.

The people that bitch about it aren't the people buying it. It's a different FPS community. There are many. BF is one. COD is another.
next year will be Black Ops 2 and then the following year will be a MW spin-off, thats my guess anyway
I will be getting it, but not straight away. I Have WAY too many games that i wan't to play that are better than that. Like others have said, COD for me is when i just want to sit infront of the T.V and frag and not think. But yeah there are way too many other games out / coming out that i want to play (and won't have time to)

gdmatt said: People who bash on the graphics and somewhat lack of innovation this time round from Infinity Ward need to understand that they lost an absolute ton of staff last year and 2009. It's effectively a new company with new employees, and alongside Sledgehammer games, who are also new,


A boring game is a boring game.. regardless of the company. @_@
Yeah but obviously a ton of peopl don't think it's boring :P
lol at the people going: BF3 Noob.. ****, your the type of moron he expects to read this. This is an honest, legit reason hes not getting the game. And it makes 100% sense. All you can say is BF3 dipshit... Seriously, take time to read the review. -_-
Early CoD games where about honoring n remembering the war and the people who served in them (past n present) of what sacrifice they faced
by playing a game in their point-of-view, but now it's just the money and ignoring the main message of the CoD series is about.
Good lord people, this is an opinion... I've played CoD 4, and if it's the best CoD around, CoD is crap. Too many people are being riddled with nostalgia and can't think straight. MW2/BLOPS are supposedly "worse" than CoD 4 not because Treyarch/Infinity Ward somehow destroyed the game's basics or whatever, it's because:
 •  The sense of wonder at the graphics and massive jump in the evolution of FPS's that CoD 4 provided is now lost.
 •  The gamers. CoD 4 was popular, but not even remotely close to the sales of MW2/BLOPS.

Anyways, personally I don't like FPS's that much, and I play around one a year... RPG's/Platformers are much more my style. [MOG]
COD does require lots of skill... but I understand what you mean. Anyone can pick it up and no what to do where as battlefield requires patients and tactics which I like as well but I like the twitch style shooter more where you have to be good at timing and quick aim.
SnD is the only reason I will buy this.
Overall...COD: MW3 will be more fun than BF3.

SONY said: Overall...COD: MW3 will be more fun than BF3.



For consoles sure. Haven't played BF3 on PC but it looks 300,000 times better than it does on console.
I completely agree with this article. I dont call myself a BF3 Fanboy but it is sure as hell better than MW3. After playing the same game for 4 years now why would I EVER want to pay another $100 for some old trash game that everyone at school thinks theyre gamers for playing it. I want my Bioshock, Assassins Creed, God of War, Uncharted. Games that are fun and original, not nessessarily FPS games either. My clan was 8th on Cybergamer for Black Ops but f**k that shit I don't care about CoD anymore. Its boring and outdated. Bring in a new engine and some decent mechanics. The internet hates change but if one thing needs to, its CoD.

That being said my brother is still getting MW3 and ill play it for the Campaign, not the multiplayer that I adored only 2 years ago.
Some of these comments are calling him a fanboy for saying that then following with a comment about yourself with the definition of one, like really, getting your back up every time someone talk's about your game? both MW3 and BF3 are good in there own way but they are 2 different games, It's like saying FIFA 12 is better then NHL 12, grow up kids!
You have to be careful when writing an article like this for many reasons. People will scream "BF fan-boy," and you have to take it! You bring up some good points you just have to articulate without be labeled as bias. I agree for the most part with your entire article; at the same time you need to be more openly Objective instead of being openly Subjective. When one adds more feelings into an article, people start to think your less credible on what you speak or write, basically you leave yourself open for an attack. With that said, the IW Engine is completely out dated and it shows with every iteration of the COD series. I believe that it is time for Infinity Ward to dish out a new game engine before the competition makes a move that will render the COD franchise obsolete. I could care less what people think; what I know is facts. The human mind evolves and becomes less interested with repetition, for some people it takes longer than others. ;)

malypso said: You have to be careful when writing an article like this for many reasons. People will scream "BF fan-boy," and you have to take it! You bring up some good points you just have to articulate without be labeled as bias. I agree for the most part with your entire article; at the same time you need to be more openly Objective instead of being openly Subjective. When one adds more feelings into an article, people start to think your less credible on what you speak or write, basically you leave yourself open for an attack. With that said, the IW Engine is completely out dated and it shows with every iteration of the COD series. I believe that it is time for Infinity Ward to dish out a new game engine before the competition makes a move that will render the COD franchise obsolete. I could care less what people think; what I know is facts. The human mind evolves and becomes less interested with repetition, for some people it takes longer than others.



WOW nicely said! :)
can we say this is similar to fifa series and other games where it's the same game in different clothing? throw in some DLC or a couple of trinkets and charge the full price?
Well in the facts alone I agree with the article.

Fact: CoD hasn't made an attempt to push the boundries since CoD4.

It's a long time in the gaming world to run the same game engine.
ok i have something to say

first of all u just put this up to make ur reasoning popular so ppl can just comment and like it

second of all half of the cod popularity play GameBattles or Pro Circut they just hit the highest and make there team

third of all they have different thing to it u can upg ur guns and shit

fourth of all its a more fast pace/chaos then bf3

so ur a bf3 fan so what look dude ur facts is off and what industrie is so fking true so shut the hell up kid and ur just probably suck at the fking game thats all next thing u know u buy its a natural thing to buy cod all the time because if cod 4 never came up with classes and stuff then how bf would be made think about it
I mention Battlefield 3 once and I'm a fanboy, however no one accuses me of being a TF2 fanboy and I mention that.
ok i play that too but we r talking about bf3 and mw3
I agree... but i'll be buying MW3.
I received BF3 today, just popped it in to the PS3. The gameplay in both games is different.
Personally, i prefer the BF series and gameplay over COD. But the COD games are still fun. Thats the word here... FUN!! If it's fun, why not play it. Oh, and i enjoyed Medal of Honor too.
COD is a crash & bash game, no thinking involved and a good quick blast. If you want something deeper, Skyrim is coming out next week :-)
Even something like CoD dips too far into reality for me to find enjoyable for a length of time. I enjoy bombarding people with lasers, rockets, jars o' piss, and spiked frisbees much more than with conventional bullets. The only game I can play for several hours at a time with quasi–true-to-life weapons is Counter-Strike Source.
mw3 is good.. just.. just shutup.. [Rage]
I'm in the same boat as Heller. I loved CoD4, thought MW2 was "ok" and played it for about a month or two. BLops was very MEH! and I traded it within the first week. Really enjoying BF3 and don't know whether I'll get MW3 or not...
From what i've heard everything is balanced which makes all the try hard gun nerds happy.

Vile said: From what i've heard everything is balanced which makes all the try hard gun nerds happy.



Scar-L seems considerably less powerful than the over-powered Scar-H in MW2. Definitely seems more balanced across the board.
Here's what I think...
I think you shouldn't waste so much time writing an article about a game you're not going to play. Try writing something nice about a game you actually like, rather than talking trash about a game you don't.
I've read through 3/4 of these replies and haven't found too many fanboys from either side being very immature. Yes, CoD4 looked great when it came out but now, some four years later it's starting to look a little dated. Some people try to say Battlefield isn't as good as a game as CoD:MW3 because of BF's new engine, making it run "terrible" on consoles. I bought my copy of BF3 this past weekend and it has been running as smooth as CoD.
To cap it off BF has added some really great things such as bringing back prone, suppressive fire, and cover that can now slowly chip away. When I was younger I remember going to the store and picking out CoD2:BR1. That game was rated teen. Nowadays everything is rated Mature. This is a good thing and a bad thing. It's a good thing because obviously this shows improvement in graphics and some improvement to realism. The bad part, now every time I go and play Black Ops I get stuck in a lobby with some winey 10 year old that thinks he's cool cause he's playing an M rated game.
That's all I have to say on the matter. CoD:MW3 may enter my game collection eventually but probably not until the new year.

Baldred said: Here's what I think...
I think you shouldn't waste so much time writing an article about a game you're not going to play. Try writing something nice about a game you actually like, rather than talking trash about a game you don't.



Where's the fun in that? :S 56 comments, unheard of! Good article.

IAMColonel said:

Baldred said: Here's what I think...
I think you shouldn't waste so much time writing an article about a game you're not going to play. Try writing something nice about a game you actually like, rather than talking trash about a game you don't.


Where's the fun in that? 56 comments, unheard of! Good article.


still nowhere near ben's "console gamers will move to PC" article/. That's around the 220 mark :P
Does MW3 have hats? No, therefore TF2 is superior.
so does anyone know if Heller ended up playing this? anyone friend with him on XBL or PSN? just curious
After much badgering from @Beta I played through the campaign in 4hours and 25minutes and then played online for about two hours. As expected I hated it and returned it.
well written i don't like this game at all.

Heller said: After much badgering from @Beta I played through the campaign in 4hours and 25minutes and then played online for about two hours. As expected I hated it and returned it.



fair enough, at least you gave it a crack
Great artical and i agree intirely

I refuse to buy MW3 dispite the fact i love the MW series

Purely because of what happened to MW2 online (hackers etc)

Not interested in any activision game now until i can pick the game up for a fiver second hand as clearly after there next game (across all genres) they give up on the previous servers

UKSmeagal said: Great artical and i agree intirely
I refuse to buy MW3 dispite the fact i love the MW series
Purely because of what happened to MW2 online (hackers etc)
Not interested in any activision game now until i can pick the game up for a fiver second hand as clearly after there next game (across all genres) they give up on the previous servers



COD4 >>> MW3 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> MW2

I think they did well in balancing the gameplay and at least trying to rid the game of hackers and the like. I like the effort made to incorporate community feedback.

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