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- Authentic Advanced Weaponry
- Coordinated Assault and Support
- Cinematic Quality Graphics and Sound
- Authentic Advanced Weaponry ¿ Featuring an available arsenal of more than 70 new and authentic weapons and gear from assault rifles with laser sites, claymore mines, .50 caliber sniper rifles, and M-249 SAW machine guns.
- Coordinated Assault and Support ¿ Delivering the most visceral action thriller ever, the title covers modern battle from the soldier to the satellite, where the need for air support is crucial to success.
- Cinematic Quality Graphics and Sound ¿ Featuring stunning next-generation graphics, players will be drawn into the cinematic intensity of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.
- Unparalleled Depth to Multiplayer ¿ The highly-anticipated multiplayer builds from the success of Call of Duty 2 deliver a persistent online experience for greater community action.
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Featuring a tense storyline, filled with plot twists, the title thrusts players into battle like never before. With amazing special effects, including rim-lighting, depth of field, texture streaming and character self-shadowing, players are enlisted into one of the most photo-realistic gaming experiences imaginable. The community-oriented Call of Duty 4 multiplayer gameplay features a robust leveling system, variety of unlockable perks, hot-join and matchmaking, as well as create a class and party capabilities to ensure that players of all skill levels can join in the fun. Additionally over 100 challenges and a host of new game environments and modes deliver unlimited possibilities. Infinity Ward has also included Kill-Cam, a fan favorite feature that they created in Call of Duty 2, which allows for spectator instant replays.
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Featuring a tense storyline, filled with plot twists, the title thrusts players into battle like never before. With amazing special effects, including rim-lighting, depth of field, texture streaming and character self-shadowing, players are enlisted into one of the most photo-realistic gaming experiences imaginable.
The community-oriented Call of Duty 4 multiplayer gameplay features a robust leveling system, variety of unlockable perks, hot-join and matchmaking, as well as create a class and party capabilities to ensure that players of all skill levels can join in the fun. Additionally over 100 challenges and a host of new game environments and modes deliver unlimited possibilities. Infinity Ward has also included Kill-Cam, a fan favorite feature that they created in Call of Duty 2, which allows for spectator instant replays.
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|Minimum Specifications:||Recommended Specifications:|
|OS:||Mac OS X 10.5.4 (Leopard)|
|Processor:||Intel Core 2 Duo processor|
|CPU Speed:||2.0 GHz||2.4 GHz|
|Hard Disk Space:||8.0 GB + 1 GB Swap File|
|Video Card:||NVIDIA GeForce 7300, 7600, 8600, 8800 NVIDIA GeForce Quadro FX 4500 ATI Radeon X1600, X1900, HD 2400, HD 2600|
|Video Memory:||128 MB||256 MB|
|Multiplayer Requirements:||Internet (TCP/IP) or LAN (TCP/IP) play supported Internet plays requires broadband connection|
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I've played Medal of Honor Allied Assault, Call of Duty, COD2 and now COD4. The best of the bunch is COD2. I run the games on a MB Pro 2.66, 4 GB Ram, etc. MOHAA crashes about 1/2 the time, COD is a terrible game graphics and gameplay wise, COD4 as the newest of the games should be the best. Don't get me wrong it has lots of really great graphics, but the scenarios are a bit of a drag as you spend most of your time running around in cities (dead cities for the most part) dealing with Nationalist Ruskies, terrorists and so on. Half the time you're in the SAS where the accents of the Scottish officer is so heavy that it might be easier to learn Russian than to understand the guy. The selection of weapons is fine, I have no knowledge if they actually perform as their real world counter parts as my time in the military we used M-1's, M-1 carbines, BAR's and eventually M-16's.
The best way I can describe it is that the technical aspects of the game are good: graphics, sound, etc. What is missing is a truly engaging interesting set of scenarios. Quite frankly the scenarios are challenging - tactically - but not very enjoyable to play. I thought maybe there would be some scenarios dealing with the Afghan mountains or some desert warfare as in Desert Storm. Sadly it isn't.
There's more special ops stuff here than regular military. There's more special effects than interesting scenarios. The game machine is there, it just needs a better set of scenarios and perhaps a more interesting field of battle.
Maybe Aspyr will do more WWII versions using this game machine. More of COD4 like this I'm not interested in.
My Mac. It's a 2010 iMac Intel Core i5 3.6GHz with 8GB RAM (4x2GB-Apple), 1TB HD, Radeon 512MB 5670 on MacOS 10.6.4. I surf the net, run a few other mild games and do nothing else with it really that complicates the system--very bone stock in almost every way so the OS is clean and not bungled down with random resource hogs. I drag and drop the game as instructed and 25 minutes later about 8GB is on my desktop, COD4. I follow all the directions and do exactly as I read and it launches to the dock, bounces around a bit then fails with a window....Not Authorized. Nice message. That means nothing to me. Rinse wash and repeat the copy and the same. I am not even allowed to enter in the CD key code on to launch the game. Seriously...fail. I can't even determine how my Mac will perform with this game since it won't even launch.
I visit Aspyr.com and follow the crazy instructions about unlocking this or that making the read/write for everyone (it's all described in the Read Me as well) and I get the same result. Not Authorized. Then I see on Aspyr.com that there is an update for the game. The retail disc version is 1.5 and the update is 1.7. I download that and go through the update not really thinking it will fix the issue fully expecting I will contact Aspyr about this tomorrow.
Launch again, this time as 1.7. The dock bounces and then...bam! I get to enter in the CD Key. Okay this is good. Different. Might just work. Enter in and game launches like normal. The resolution is "optomized" for my system which puts it at 640x480 resolution. Seriously...on a 1080p display that's the best it can do? I remember the PS3 version. Insert disc, create name, start new game, start playing at native resolution on a HDTV. Done. Right away I remember why I left PC gaming. The console game just work. But I don't give up because I used to be a PC gamer.
I set up the controls and then go about tuning the graphics and such to see what this 2010 iMac can do. I push it hard at 1920x1080p (native) and 2X AA, keeping filtering to zero I guess (I don't know what that is), setting up medium bodies, wall shoot effect and all else at normal instead of low or off. I type in the console key and run /cg_drawFPS 1 to get a frames per second. In the first training set I am at 50-60 FPS. In the first mission on the boat I am around 30 FPS.
Of course I remember the game on the PS3 and loved it and so I also like on my Mac, but it did crash hard with a repeating sound that required a hard restart of my Mac, but otherwise it's what I remember and I will enjoy playing it again mouse style. That said, it am finding it actually nicer to play it with a controller on a game console, so I don't miss the PC gamer in me at all.
All in all it was $25 well spent if only to prove I could do it and that my iMac was a nice rig which it is, but I knew that since it runs SCII at 60FPS in medium and FPS in high settings. Ultra settings for SCII brings my iMac to the single digit FPS...a clear no go. But COD4? Works well enough.
5 stars because really the game is perfect...we know that...
4 stars overall because the PC/Mac version of the game is really not as refined as the console versions, although the Mac version has cleaner graphics than the PS3 which is part of the reason I went for it...just to see. It's crashed hard once taking down my computer, and it required a typical bullcrap installation procedure typical of PC games that I remember (funny I did not have to authorize the console version or enter in a dumb arse CD Key on the PS3).
What's weird is that I think my dual core iCore 5 3.6GHZ with 8GB RAM and a Radeon 5670 512MB should be about as powerful or more than my PS3, maybe I am making a guess, and yet it doesn't run as well. Maybe the 5670 is not as powerful as the RSX in the PS3? Plus the Cell processor has more "cores" than the iCore 5 and it is running a 3.2GHz and probably has faster XDR RAM than my iMacs GDDR3. After a quick search it looks like the PS3 is more powerful hardware than this iMac Core i5 but a significant margin....The PS3 version is a 1080p native game so maybe 1080p on the Mac version is not coded as well as on the PS3 version (console version) so my iMac is doing well at 30-60 FPS all things considered. Whatever..I am happy enough...it was really only a goofing around for me anyway.
Nuff said. Good game. Worth it for only $25 new.
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