Rent Call of Duty: Ghosts for Xbox One
view large frontback

Call of Duty: Ghosts

Rent

Keep for: $24.99 

Start your 1-month FREE Trial!

Buy

New: $49.99

Used: $24.99

Also on:Xbox 360, PS4, Wii U, PS3
GF Rating
6.7

1063 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
10

Perfect

bast game ever

posted by coolmike1 (MIAMI, FL) Jul 22, 2014

Member since Jul 2014

if you have played all of the call of duty games this has to be the best one yet each mission takes you to a diffrent place the ending is spectacular all though i beat the game in two days so its kinda short overall its the best game i ever played

Was this review helpful? Report Abuse

GF Rating
4

Weak

Rinse and repeat...

posted by lonnyp (OLIVEHURST, CA) Jul 8, 2014

Member since Jan 2014

I honestly dont expect anything new from cod. Almost every game since mwf has just been reskined updated graphics. The story line is stupid and typical of cod. this game is so predictable. You know there is going to be a stealth scene, a flying scene, a tank scene. And there is. And what is up with all the cod games having someone always lead you places? its like they dont trust you to find the right path or be able to play the game alone. Honestly cod's slogan should be, "You like our last game? Well rinse and repeat..."

Was this review helpful? Report Abuse

GF Rating
7

Good

If It Aint Broken......

posted by Phil91981 (CECILIA, KY) Jun 29, 2014

Member since Jun 2014

Call of Duty Ghosts is the next edition to the Call of Duty franchise. With that said, if you've played a Call of Duty game, then you know what you're getting in to when you rent/buy this game. It's full of beautiful visuals, hollywood style effects, and lots of action. This is the Michael Bay style video game. Unfortunately, like Transformers the Call of Duty games have been plagued by having great visuals with a plot that many can care less about.

The game does put you in some new situations. In one mission, you are scuba diving while attempting to avoid gunfire and sharks. In another mission, you're floating through zero gravity and fighting your way to an enemy space station. All of these are great new settings, however, COD fails to innovate any in its core gameplay features. The game feels like a prettier, more action packed Modern Warfare 2.

The multiplayer is still solid as always, and many of you will be renting/buying this game specifically for that feature, however, the game again suffers from a lack of compelling innovation in gameplay mechanics.

If you're a Call of Duty fan and love what makes previous COD games great then this game is for you, just don't expect a new, game-changing experience in the first person shooter genre from the recent installment of the series.

Was this review helpful? Report Abuse