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Call of Duty Ghosts Game play


Call of Duty: Ghosts is all set take over the world with a storm. It is built on a completely new story, setting and cast of characters, delivering a fascinating brand new game play that reinvents the series for the next generation.


Introducing for the first time in COD, gamers can play as the underdog, combating as part of a single squadron against an enemy that has superior numbers and weapons. Call of Duty: Ghosts’ genre-defining multiplayer displays game play enhancement throughout, together with vibrant map events and character customization.


COD: Ghosts PS3 Features


Buy Call of Duty Ghosts for PS3 to play the game like a real fighter and experience the following features:


Single Player Campaign

Ten years after a destructive mass incident, America’s borders and the stability of global power have changed forever. As what's left of the nation's Special Operations forces, a mysterious group known only as ''Ghosts'' leads the fight back against a newly emerged, technologically-superior global power.


A New Call of Duty Universe: it’s for the first time in the history of franchise; players will take on the underdog role with Call of Duty: Ghosts. Buy Call of Duty Ghosts PS3, to fight to retrieve a fallen nation in a very intense personal narration.



In COD: Ghosts, Create-A-Soldier system, players can change the physical features of soldiers like body type, head and equipments as well as choose the gender. This provides the most flexible and complete character customization in the history of COD.


New dynamic maps mark the development of multiplayer. They consist of player triggered events that make the environment evolve as each match goes on along with interactive elements. When you buy Call of Duty Ghosts you will be amazed to see how the whole landscape can shift and force players to change their strategies.


Get introduced to new tactical player movements when you buy Call of Duty Ghosts. The new lean system now allows players to lean around obstacles without adding button combinations or fully leaving cover. The new mantling system allows movement over objects, while maintaining force. The knee slide allows for a natural change from sprinting crouching to prone.


Buy Call of Duty Ghosts to get access to over 20 NEW Kill Streaks in Call of Duty: Ghosts. To protect and attack enemies, players can even bring in guard dog Riley, from the single player campaign. With over 30 NEW weapons, it is sure to leave you hooked.



With the addition of all new squads, you get an option to build your own team and take up to 6 of them into battle. This mode allows you to play either by yourself or cooperatively with the custom soldiers created and leveled up in multiplayer. The AI behavior of the squad mates changes according to the load-out choices made or the squad members.


Buy Call of Duty Ghosts today and get your hands on the best selling game of gen next!

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Call Of Duty: Ghosts, My Review (PS3)

Game: Call of Duty: Ghosts

Age Rating: 18+

Genre: First person shooter ( as if you didnt know that )

Played on: Playstation 3

Developer: Infinity Ward

Publisher: Activision, Square Enix (Japan)

Writer: Stephen Gaghan

Now, before you guys start off with the ‘definition of insanity’ jokes, let tell me you guys, this game isn’t a product of the ‘rinse and repeat’ formula that was evidently visible in many of the previous COD games. I aint gonna say that this COD is ground-breaking but I am positive enough to say that this was a COD that the franchise needed.


The game takes place in a world where the oil producing countries form a group called the Federation, amidst economic crisis and quickly conquers Central America and other parts of the world. You play as Logan, a soldier fighting against the Federation, and experience his journey as he goes on to become a part of one of the world’s most feared factions; The Ghosts.

STORYLINE (No Spoilers)

The narrative is very much aimed at imposing a frightening and powerful image of the ghosts in your mind. Unfortunately it fails to do the same in the game. The intro given about the ghosts is exhilarating but it doesn’t really carry on into the game. The story doesn’t connect with you in the beginning and takes its own sweet time to grow on you; which is not always a good thing. The character depth and the connection that we had with the other NPC’s in previous COD games like MW2 is missing. You always have to look at the subtitles to remember what your brother’s name is and the strongest emotional connection that you have with a character in the first half of the game is a dog named Riley. Many a time, the story feels sidetracked as if the story was written for that particular mission and not the other way around. All in all, the story tries to impose a powerful depiction of the Ghosts but doesn’t really succeed.

Although the story doesn’t catch you immediately, it does a great job of growing on you. The story progression is good, with a decent pace and linear and as you play along, you feel more and more connected to the story than you were in the first half of the game. The characterization of the antagonist, Rorke, was strong and dominating and he is the only guy in the game that can............... well, make you feel something. The story keeps getting better as you go along the game and as the story moves closer to the end, it gives out a final burst of magic dust and ends with a blast. But since I am such a good gamer, i am not gonna spoil anything for those who haven’t played it yet although there is one thing i would like to tell you about the ending; you wont see that one coming!!!


The last COD game that I played was COD:MW3 and I was very disappointed with it, mainly because of how similar the missions in MW3 were to those in MW2. Fortunately, Ghosts was refreshing to play. A huge amount of variety has been introduced both into the gameplay and the level designs. The missions are more varied and take place in different and exotic and sometimes unexpected yet fun to play places. The amount of clichés has been reduced ( thank god and Infinity Ward for that ) and the game is full of adrenaline filled action sequences that will drop your jaw on the ground and leave you asking for more. The AI was a bit more challenging than the previous versions and they were much cleverer in terms of flanking you or covering your flanking routes.
Also, the way the gameplay flows in and out of cutscenes without any loading screens is relieving and helps keep the experience much more enjoyable.

The Ghosts are given their name mainly for their skill to deliver without even making the sound of a feather falling. But unfortunately, the gameplay fails to make you feel that stealthy for most part of the game. The lack of any kind of good cover system further makes it worse; even though you are crouching behind a rock, you don’t actually feel like you are hiding. And although, I did say that the AI were clever their awareness levels are disappointingly low. One of the things that makes playing stealth fun is the fear that you could be caught. But when the AI awareness is so low, that you hardly have to worry about being caught, it breaks off tension and dissolves the experience.
The single player campaign feels short and ends abruptly just when you are beginning to connect with the story and its characters.
Oh, I aint done complaining yet. Another thing that was a bother was the checkpoint system. Now, the chapters are filled multiple checkpoints at appropriate points but these checkpoints are only useful if you are gonna die and respawn; they aren’t saved in case of other situations like our very own famous power cuts or crashes or anything like that. Which means that if you haven’t manually saved the game while playing a chapter and the game crashes or you face a power cut, you will have to play the whole chapter again and belive me, its frustrating. I had to play three whole chapters twice ( in different situations ) just bcoz i had a power cut at the end of each chapter. Lucky me, huh?

Graphics and Environments

As mentioned before, the level designs are fresh and surprisingly detailed for a first person shooter. The graphics were good but i felt that they could have been a tad bit better. The best thing about the COD games is how the gameplay flows into the cutscenes and the graphics do them justice. Overall, the environments are a treat to the eyes as they perfectly depict a war ridden world in its various different forms and the graphics are satisfactory.


Overall, this game is worth its time. Although it doesn’t have a good replay value for the single player mode, the multiplayer covers for it. It tries to bring stealth into this ‘go loud’ franchise and although i cant say it succeeds in it, it does a pretty good job trying. The fans of the series will love it and as for those who aren’t you might not love it but you will enjoy it enough to play through it if you are into first person shooter games. The strong point of this game is the way story progresses from ‘what the hell is happening’ to ‘what the hell is gonna happen next?’. This amazing story progression is the only reason why this game that looked like a measly 6 finished with a decent 7.8.

My Score : 7.8/10


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