Call of Duty, possibly one of the most hated and loved video games ever. After spending around five hours with Ghosts I am happy to report that yep its more Call of Duty, nuff said. However, out of the most recent installment in the franchise Ghosts is at least one of the bigger steps forward although there is one small step back. To this day one of the most played Call of Duty game types is team deathmatch. The problem is one of Ghosts biggest changes is its maps. They are much bigger and more complicated than ever before. This is a problem when I am playing TDM. The bigger maps mean I will sometimes be running around aimlessly and very infrequently run into an enemy, especially on some of the biggest maps. Lately I have been playing ground war, the larger player count and more objective based game modes prove to be more exiting. I should point out my last Call of Duty game was Modern Warfare 2 so most of Ghosts is new to me. Ghosts has become quite complicated with four different game modes each one tracking xp separately and if you have played a COD game before it can be quite daunting. One of its strengths is for sixty bucks you get a lot of content I expect it to last around five years before I will buy another COD.
In the end, if you are sick and tired of Call of Duty, COD Ghosts won’t change your mind. But if you haven’t bought one in a long time or buying for the first time, or just a FPS fan, Ghosts is totally worth the sixty bucks.