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Mediocre, but worthy of a go for the price.
on 13 July 2015
It's yet another CoD and, picking it up for a tenner, you can't go wrong so long as you know what you're getting. The usual things are in place: a horrendous script, laughably embarrassing dialogue, puerile shooty boom kill violence, and one of the most immature games in your catalogue. Let's be clear on this - CoD is for kids. This doesn't mean it can't be enjoyed, but adults looking for a "mature" experience should head to Splinter Cell: Blacklist or Splatoon. Ghosts, however, does have its moments of fun. It's idiotic to the extreme, but if you want mindless entertainment it just about manages it. However, the developers will need to up their game next time as for a £50 release price tag, this was an insult.