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Call of Duty: Ghosts is the 10th installment in the long-running Call of Duty franchise. This installment takes place after a catastrophic event leaves the United States and its military in a weakened state. A small squad of deadly killers known as the 'Ghosts' is ultimately tasked with the destruction of the Federation and restoring freedom to their homeland.
While this game doesn't offer a vastly new experience over other titles in the series, Call of Duty: Ghosts is still a solid experience that manages to fulfill the various traits associated with typical action games. You can expect some solid gameplay, acceptable graphics and a continuously awesome multiplayer mode with this - plus, you get a badass alien invasion game mode.
Gameplay consists of running, gunning, crouching, sliding, jumping, using your iron sights, and using some gadgets; everything works the way its supposed to, and firefights feel the way they should. If you've played any other Call of Duty titles before, you'll fall right into the familiar groove of sprinting and popping baddies with your assault rifle. The nice array of weapons and attachments allows you to go with varied loadouts unique to your playstyle; I especially liked the attention made to many of the new rifles included in this installment. The gun sounds (while unrealistic) sound extremely awesome in this game, as they are sufficiently loud/explosive enough to make you feel like a badass.
The visuals in this game are somewhat inconistent and are rarely outstanding, however. Many levels in the game are the same murky-brown environments we've grown accustomed to in this genre; despite this, one or two levels that dared indulge in some greenery and varied landscapes actually looked quite beautiful thanks to the impressive lighting. The visuals are never terrible, it's just that they don't exactly rise to the standards of newer games like The Witcher and other impressive titles.
The campaign mode, while quite short, offers everything you've come to expect from the franchise and will take you up to 10 hours to complete. The story and character development is completely disposable here, but the campaign is still a good 'tutorial' mode for new players. Call of Duty veterans should feel free to skip this mode completely.
The Extinction game mode allows players to fight off waves of bug-like aliens in several different maps; this is a co-op experience where players have to destroy enemy nests using drills, all the while ensuring that the invading aliens don't get too close. While this mode isn't particularly inventive, I thought it was a good bit of fun to enjoy with friends.
The Multiplayer mode is still your standard fare, and will definitely entice veterans of the franchise. The usual unlocks, levelling up system and customisation options are still here, and the addition of new game modes is certainly a welcome change. Nothing particularly new here, but it still feels fun to play if you enjoyed previous Call of Duty titles.
Overall, Call of Duty: Ghosts is a solid title despite its lack of innovation. If you enjoy Call of Duty or are looking for a decent multiplayer game, you might consider picking this up for $20 in a sale. If you have grown tired of the franchise, however, you would not enjoy this game as it offers little change over previous titles. A good romp to enjoy by yourself or with friends! 7.5 / 10