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Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Free Download GAMESPACK.NET The Call of Duty comeback starts here. You might argue that the world’s biggest FPS series never went away, but last year’s next-gen debut, Call of Duty: Ghosts, saw sales and review scores slip, while the previous instalments, Modern Warfare 3 and Black Ops 2, showed a series in serious danger of stagnation. While Call of Duty still has legions of fans, it’s been a while since you could admit in polite company that you were one of them. Advanced Warfare won’t change that entirely. It is still Call of Duty, and everything the hipsters like to mock about the series – its linearity, its migraine-inducing bombast, its woefully thin plot lines, its follow the objective marker approach – is still here to be mocked. But if you liked Call of Duty 2 and 3, loved Modern Warfare and its first sequel and enjoy being dragged along from one big action sequence to the next, then Advanced Warfare will be right up your street. It’s not that the team at Sledgehammer Games has done anything all that new or all that innovative, but they have done it with a confidence and focus that the series hasn’t seen in years. It’s not a thinking man’s shooter, but who cares when dumb is this much fun?TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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The game changers here are the game’s near-future setting and, more specifically, the exosuit. You’ll find yourself donning three variations of the strength-enhancing exoskeleton at different stages of the campaign. The first – the assault exosuit – gives you a jet-assisted set of jumping and gliding manouvres, plus (later on) a handy grappling hook. The second, the specialist exosuit – gives you a fold-up riot shield, an instant health recharging stimpack and an overdrive ability, which effectively works like the slowmo abilities found in F.E.A.R. or Max Payne. And the third? Well, we won’t spoil it for you, but if you feel kicked around during some stages of the campaign, please comfort yourself with the knowledge that payback will eventually come your way. The exosuits don’t always change what you’re doing, but they will change the way that you do it. Why cower behind crates taking pot shots at the generic terrorist scum when you can leap into the air, slam down on half the squad then get down to the serious business of shooting the survivors in the face. Caught out of cover? Activate the specialist suit’s shield and soak up the bullets while you trudge to safety.

An Advanced Soldier.

Walls are no longer barriers. Leaps from window to window or rooftop to rooftop become child’s play. Snipers on a catwalk? Stay low and try to blast them or jump up there and take the battle to them. The choice is yours. The suits are complemented by other advanced weaponry. There are enemy detecting grenades that make a nice one-two combo with guns that dish out headshots through interior walls. There are homing grenades and drone-wrecking EMP grenades, walking mech tanks, magnetic climbing gloves, remote controlled sniper drones, handheld railguns and something that works suspiciously like a sci-fi raygun. Sledgehammer has told us that all this sci-fi weaponry is based on real military research, but even had it just been made up we wouldn’t care. Where all the future tech in Black Ops 2 seemed to bog the action down, here it makes it twice as exciting, double as explosive. The campaign missions, meanwhile, are impressively well conceived, each one riffing on familiar Call of Duty set-ups – the infiltration mission, the big assault, the VIP rescue, the recon mission, the defence against a completely unexpected surprise attack – but amplified for the power of the exosuit.Z-Island UNCENSORED

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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In the most generic of the missions you can have fun trying out new strategies on old situations. In the best, you’re given more space to try different approaches, using the exosuit and the grappling hook to move rapidly around large urban battlefields, using mobility and shock tactics to whittle the enemy down. Advanced Warfare works on the same level that the original Modern Warfare worked: as the biggest, most spectacular action movie around, only this time you can play it. There are frantic chase sequences on foot, jet-bike and futuristic mini-speedboat, not to mention a dazzling highway chase that’s one part Die Hard and one part The Matrix: Reloaded. Think the sinking battleships in Battlefield 4 were impressive? Just wait until you see what Advanced Warfare can do with a major US monument and a lot of traffic. It might not have much subtlety, but the latest Call of Duty has no shortage of gusto. The visuals are equally impressive. Where Ghosts struggled to make a case for itself as a proper next-gen Call of Duty, Advanced Warfare manages it effortlessly. From the detailed character models to the detailed environments and cinematic lighting, it’s a stunning-looking shooter.

An Advanced Arsenal.

You’ll be dazzled by the big moments – by swarms of drones attacking along a high-tech Baghdad boulevard, or chaos on the streets of a near-future Lagos – but you’ll also be amazed by smaller things, like the picturesque scenery of Santorini, or the slick interiors of a billionaire’s compound. It’s not going to go toe-to-toe wth Crysis 3 or Far Cry 4 on the lifelike vegetation front, but if you’ve splashed out on a high-end GPU or next-gen console, then Advanced Warfare will do a fine job of showing it off. Turn up the speakers or don some headphones while you’re at it, too. Not only does Advanced Warfare have the traditional epic score, but it has the best gunshot and explosion effects we’ve come across in a big-name shooter. Some of those high-tech shotguns and sniper rifles make a mighty thwomp, and in the midst of a big battle it’s wall-to-wall surround-sound carnage. We are now months further, we have been able to play the game completely at a review event, and we know that the latter is not the case. In Advanced Warfare, Spacey plays Jonathan Irons, the boss of a Private Military Corporation called Atlas. In the mid-twentieth century, Atlas has become the most powerful military force on Earth.NICKELODEON KART RACERS 3: SLIME SPEEDWAY

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Its soldiers and resources are frequently hired by the world’s largest countries, and Atlas’ technological lead is impressive. That is why main character Jack Mitchell ends up at Atlas. Mitchell loses his arm early in the game, but is fitted with a state-of-the-art prosthesis at Atlas, marking the start of his career at the PMC.At that moment, you as a player have already come into contact with the eye-catcher of the single player several times. Of course, this game mode contains all the elements you’re used to from Call of Duty, but the presence of Kevin Spacey – and with him some other actors that you can recognize – naturally draws the attention. Not only does Advanced Warfare have a great selection of actors, the game also portrays those actors in a beautiful way. The cutscenes are at times to die for. We regularly got the feeling that we were watching a series or movie. That’s not only because of the graphics in these pieces, but also because of the way the whole is portrayed. The combination of strong graphics and good shots in the cut scenes, accompanied by great sound and here and there some sense of drama, makes Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare exudes more ‘production value’.

Intense Combat Zone.

If we could imagine what a combination between a television series and a game should look like, Advanced Warfare would come pretty close. That idea, however, disappears when the videos are over. It seems that the developers have had to make choices regarding the graphics side of Advanced Warfare. The soldiers and weapons, for example, look beautiful, but if you look at the environments you walk through, you shoot back in time. In that respect, the opening mission is also a bit unfortunate. The skyscrapers in that mission look pretty ugly. Advanced Warfare hardly sinks that deep anymore, but the graphic level can safely be called variable. What the single player of Call of Duty still lacks is a good story. Although everything is beautifully portrayed and Spacey portrays a memorable character in his own way, there is no good plot or too surprising twists. In fact, when we speculated with a number of reviewers prior to the play sessions about how the story would unfold, we already had a good grasp of the main plot lines. Call of Duty has never been a game that needs a gripping storyline.

That is certainly a shame in this case, because it could have lifted the production as a whole to an even higher level. It is therefore understandable that so much money and time is still spent on the Call of Duty campaign. And in Advanced Warfare you can see that in everything. No expense has been spared to tell this adventure in a grand way. Kevin Spacey and Troy Baker play the lead roles and in addition, a can of actors has been opened who look phenomenal through motion capture. The cutscenes are set up so cinematically that I secretly thought this wouldn’t look out of place as an HBO series, it looks that cool. The campaign builds up gently and as I walk around the Atlas complex I am stunned by the scale and the detail. It reminded me a bit of Half-Life, you walk around in a world doing its own thing, while nothing is happening yet. It helps you get a feel for the world and the game. The missions are of course for a large part pop deluxe with a layer of explosions and drama. Fortunately, Sledgehammer also paid a lot of attention to varying the tempo. Of course you have the ridiculously high adrenaline action that the series is known for.

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it also manages to surprise with missions that have a much slower pace and where you have to work more subtle. There is even a sandbox mission where you have to work stealthy.The campaign is fine; the action is great, the sound is phenomenal, the actors and motion capture are fine deluxe, the locations are exotic and colorful, there are of course the necessary plot twists and this year it has also been made a bit longer: the campaign lasts about 6 to 7 hours. Still, I have to admit that, despite the campaign being a lot better than Ghosts, it’s only occasionally the immersion and jaw dropping experience that the series was capable of before. Or have we just become a bunch of spoiled bastards? The fact remains that single player is not the mode you will enjoy most in AW.In addition to the classic multiplayer, there is also a co-op mode in this Call of Duty. There are no zombies or aliens this time, but your enemies are just guests. Guys with snipers, guys with cloaks, shotguns, drones, you name it. In Exo Survival, you play as a four-man co-op in the normal multiplayer maps and take on waves of enemies while upgrading weapons and gear between rounds. Tiny Rails

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