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MW3 Wii Modern Warfare 3 For Nintendo Wii

By Edited Jun 23, 2014 0 0

Modern Warfare 3 For Wii

MW3 Wii
  Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 is the lateset in the long running series.  It's alos available on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. The Wii version is basically the same except for the decrease in graphics. If you have played Black Ops you'll enjoy Modern Warfare 3. The game is much better than the origanl Modern Warfare Reflex Edition that was released for Wii players. Although the Wii system is on its way out with the soon to be released WiiU the game is well worth buying and adding to your Wii collection. With Goldeneye, Metroid, Black Ops and others the Wii now has a few decent shooters. These best part of the game is of course the multiplayer and the new special ops feature that hasn't been present in a Wii Call of Duty game before.

 

COD Modern Warfare Wii Singleplayer

Modern Warfare features the same type of single player linear game that the series has been famous for and the Wii version actually looks quite good graphically for a Wii game. It's somewhat better than Black Ops and in my opinion a more enjoyable game experience. Game play takes place in familar locations such as London, New York, and Paris. It's a predicatable experience but well worth playing. Many people probably won't even play singleplayer and go instead for the great multiplayer and the special ops mode which blows the Black Ops Zombie mode out of the water.

Special Ops Mode

The Special Ops mode gives Wii players more choice than the lame version of the Zombie mode we received in Black Ops. You have many different maps to choose from and you'll start with just a pistol in the survival mode of special ops.  You can also play this mode solo if you want and practice your kills before going online. You can buy new weapons as you earn cash as well as explosives and killstreak rewards from various stations located around the map. Playing this with a friend in two-player will be a whole lot of fun. the AI is decent enough and they'll hunt you down wherever you go. Once you get a few upgrades you'll enjoy this mode the most. If you don't like multiplayer and just want to hang out and shoot stuff this mode will keep you busy for some time. 

Modern Warfare 3 Wii Multiplayer

The game play in multiplayer is a whole lot better than Black Ops and miles above the Reflex Edition of Modern Warfare for the Wii. The maps are mostly urban in nature with plenty of places for close combat fighting. The multiplayer is still the same hectic game where you can expect to die multiple times especially if you are a beginner. You can now upgrade your weapons and not only get new attachments but different reticle features as you level up your weapon. There's a whole host of nice rank insignia and badges for your character too, with multiple pages of choices. Killstreaks are divided into 3 Strike Packages: Assault, Support and Specialist. For those that aren't very good at the game there's some nice death streaks such as juiced at 4 deaths which allows you to move faster for a few seconds after respawning. In fact there are so many options in multiplayer that you'll be customizing for quite some time. There's also a great number of maps including:

Dome
Resistance
Arkaden
Underground
Village
Bootleg
Bakaara
Carbon
Downturn
Fallen
Hardhat
Interchange
Lockdown
Mission
Outpost
Seatown

Worth Buying If Your Are A Wii Owner

MW3 Wii is well worth buying if you didn't like Black Ops or just like Call of Duty games in general. This is the best version of the game for Wii owners to date and should keep Wii gamers playing for some time to come until the WiiU comes out. The multiplayer is a standout and the special ops makes this game a whole lot of fun to play. If you have played Callof Duty games on other consoles MW3 isn't any better than those versions. The maps aren't the greatest but you get a whole bunch of them.

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