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- Completely customizable control settings and full Wii Zapper support adds a new layer of depth to the visceral action of Modern Warfare.
- For the first time, play through the epic campaign of Modern Warfare co-op gameplay with a friend on a single screen. At any moment, a second Wii remote can be activated giving the second player their own aiming crosshairs.
- Contains unparalleled Wii multiplayer with full support for perks, challenges, kill streaks, and customizable classes. Jump on the Nintendo Wi-Fi connection to dominate opponents online in multiple game modes.
- Features immersive graphics and amazing special effects, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Reflex is the most visually impressive Wii game to date.
- Features an arsenal of more than 70 weapons and gear including assault rifles with laser sights, claymore mines, .50 caliber sniper rifles, and M-249 SAW machine guns, so you'll be locked and loaded to accomplish the mission.
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The best selling shooter of all time Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is coming to Wii. Ported to the Wii by Treyarch, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Reflex brings to Nintendo fans the intense and cinematic experience of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, winner of 50 combined Editors Choice and Game of the Year awards. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Reflex for Wii arms you with an arsenal of advanced and powerful weaponry and transports you to the most dangerous hotspots around the globe to take on a rogue enemy threatening the world. As both a U.S. Marine and British S.A.S. soldier fighting through an unfolding story full of twists and turns, use sophisticated technology, superior firepower, and coordinated land and air strikes on a battlefield where speed, accuracy, and communication are essential to victory. Continue the fight online over the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection for unrivaled multiplayer gameplay.
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+++ An entertaining and enjoyable campaign mode
+++ Multi-player supports up to 10 players via Internet
+++ 13 different multi-player modes
+++ Addictive leveling and challenge goals in multi-player
+++ Customizable controls that rival those of The Conduit
+++ Possesses most of the features found in the original PS3/XBox/PC title
--- Extremely pixelated graphics and kind of ugly in many places. Not even remotely as pretty as the versions found on consoles.
--- Complete lack of voice chat, making team multi-player less enjoyable than it could have otherwise been.
--- Multi-player requires Friend Codes for private matches.
--- Framerate dips can affect precision of aiming
CAMPAIGN MODE: The campaign mode is a very story driven series of levels where you attempt to thwart terrorist attacks. All in all, the campaign mode is very solid and even includes the ability for a second player to pop in and act as a squad mate, shooting enemies and basically providing extra firepower. Squad-mate mode is a nice addition, but I don't find myself terribly excited about it. Thus far my only complaint about the campaign mode is that the first two levels are rather miserable, but the farther I get into the campaign mode, the more I find myself enjoying it. I would recommend the game for the campaign mode alone.
MULTI-PLAYER: This is probably where most people will spend most of their time. Multi-player is addictive, fast and fun. As you complete matches you will level your character up, gaining access to additional features, weapons, and upgrades. The challenge system is very well implemented. If you have played Call of Duty: World at War, the experience is very comparable, except vastly improved. I find the maps to be more enjoyable, the game modes more complete, and a generally improved experience overall. The lack of voice-chat is problematic though and really holds the game back from greatness. The reliance upon the broken Friend Code system is also another huge irritation. If you enjoyed playing some matches with some stranger, good luck ever playing with that particular person again. Nintendo and Activision continue to refuse to provide players with any way of connecting with new friends and acquaintances online.
GRAPHICS: Really kind of ugly with sporadic moments of beauty. Even the cut-scenes are ugly, low-res and pixelated. Once in motion, the game looks decent, especially considering how large the environments are, but framerates sometimes take a nasty hit. That having been said, the game is accomplishing more than most other games attempt on the Wii.
CONTROLS: The controls are very flexible and accurate for the most part. The default control schemes are very serviceable, but I craved some slight differences. Luckily, every single button can be remapped however the player likes, as well as Wii remote and nunchuck gestures. After playing with about 5 or 6 different customized control schemes I finally came up with a button layout that felt amazing. This game could have earned the title of "best FPS controls on the Wii" except for the pointer accuracy is sometimes a little too twitchy and jumpy due to the framerate. Because of this, I'm not sure if I prefer the XBox 360/PS3 controls over the Wii controls.
Comparison to other FPS titles that I own on the Wii:
"Call of Duty: World at War" - Modern Warfare offers a vastly improved experience overall, but the framerate of the previous year's game was definitely smoother.
"Metroid Prime: Trilogy" - Prime offers smoother controls, framerate, and a massive campaign mode that emphasizes exploration over action. Split-screen multi-player only.
"The Conduit" - I think The Conduit offers smoother graphics with prettier effects, comparable controls, but a much weaker campaign mode. Multi-player on the Conduit is less realistic, has fewer modes, but features larger multi-player matches.
"Medal of Honor: Heroes 2" - Similar quality graphics, but vastly improved framerate. 32-player death-matches are available, but the multi-player modes are extremely limited.
If you only own a Wii, this is a must-have title for any FPS fan. The game's pros definitely outweight the cons by a wide margin. On the other hand, if you own an XBox 360 or PS3 as well, I can't really recommend this particular version of the game since the XBox 360 or PS3 versions offer voice chat and are really superior on so many fronts, in addition to currently selling for less than the Wii version.
I am no sound expert but it sure sounded good on my surround sound. The graphics are far better than what is shown in the screenshots on this site and pretty much all video game sites as they are showing off pre beta screenshots instead of final version screenshots. The graphics are improved slightly over World At War which I loved that game a lot as well. All the fire/particle effects look great. The game has excellent level design and this is a game you do not know what you are missing until you have it in your system and you are seeing it with your very own eyes. There is a minor inconsistency in the frame rate but it is minor and does not effect the gameplay as it only last a a few seconds at best.
The campaign is one of the best single player ventures I have experience in my 23 years playing video games. Intense scenes mixed with intense gameplay is all here. Mix that with killer production values during the cutscenes that carry the story you have a great experience for single player. I have seen on message boards and review sites that the controls are slow and unresponsive and thats a pure lie. It does take a few minutes to find your perfect controls. What I did was I selected intermediate, shrunk the dead zone and increased the sensitivity under the settings which you can access at the before playing or you can do in game single player or multiplayer.
The online multiplayer is very feature rich and it is extremely fun. Thats the only way I can explain it. You get a ton of guns, perks and maps to boot. You level up and as you level up you unlock the other modes, challenges and of course get more perks. The maps are pretty big and vary in quality. Meaning most are very good to great but there was a few maps I just did not like but it does not hurt the experience because you are still playing an intense experience. Also if you played World at War or played the original Modern Warfare the Create a Class is here also. Thats the best thing about this series online for me as your not stuck with a set selection of guns. You customize your own weapons if you want and can select your own perks which makes the game ten times better.
Overall this is a great game for the Wii. Its not perfect but it crams a lot of gameplay on a system that is filled with so many missed opportunities. I give Kudos to Treyarch who last year got the COD4 engine to not only work on the Wii but they brought us a great title called World At War and now they bring us Infinity Ward's amazing COD4 Modern Warfare. The only real issue I have found in this game is the dip in frame rate and it will not kill the experience as it is barely noticeable in most instances.
A lot of people are upset this contains no Wii Speak. I am not a fan of voice chat so it does not effect me in the least but if I am going to write a review I might as well include that portion.
EDIT Nov. 20,2009: My first play through on the campaign I had some frame rate issues that caused some problems with the aiming. The second play through I had little to none frame issues. Not sure if it varies or just happens randomly. Just wanted to add this on but I still think the game is great ! 32 hours in a week in a half is a lot for me.
I never play any online multiplayer aspects of these games. So no comment on that.