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Thursday, 17 November 2011 08:47

Skip MW 3 on Wii if you can

Written by David Stellmack



Just play it on another console


Reviews of the Wii version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 have been less than stellar. While the previous attempt by Treyarch to capture everything that Black Ops offered into a Wii version was good, unfortunately it came up short.

The Wii version of Modern Warfare 3, on the other hand, has the same single player campaign mode as the other versions, be it in much lower resolution. That is where the similarities between the two games end, according to reviews. Gone are some of the co-op and Spec Ops missions, and should you dare to play it online you can only play with ten other players, which is disappointing to say the least.

While most reviews agree that the end result of Modern Warfare 3 on the Wii is still better than the majority of shooters for the console, that isn’t saying much. Take our advice: if you want to play it, do so on another console and skip the Wii version.

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