22 November 2007

Call of duty 4 - Modern Warfare



It is very clear from the picture above that this is Cairo. Abasseya square and Autostrad sign is a clear hint. The conspiracy theory diehards would say: “it all starts with a game.”




“ Call of Duty 4” or “Modern Warfare” is a game that doesn't take place in Iraq. Rather, it sets up a conflict with a mysterious Middle Eastern dictator and his henchmen, who have teamed up with a Russian ultranationalist and his henchmen, thus giving them the media-friendly name of "The Four Horsemen." You'll play primarily as one of two different characters, though you'll occasionally see the conflict through the eyes of other characters as well. The first is a British SAS commando caught up in the Russian storyline, and the other is a US Marine in the middle of the Middle Eastern conflict. How those storylines intersect is the basis of the game's overall plot. Modern Warfare's story will be told mainly through the perspectives of these two characters, since there won't be any fancy third-person cut scenes or glossy news broadcasts. By introducing a modern conflict, Infinity Ward created a storytelling challenge for itself. After all, almost everyone understands what World War II was about, and who the good guys and bad guys were. Introduce an original story, though, and you have to spend a lot more time introducing the various players and factions



Still, Modern Warfare is a Call of Duty game, and that means that you're going to experience an almost nerve-wracking amount of action. The missions that Infinity Ward showed us featured the trademark intensity that the series is known for, from a nighttime shipboard assault in the midst of a raging thunderstorm to a massive air assault featuring more than a dozen Black Hawk helicopters swooping fast and low over a Middle Eastern city (Guess which one?) In fact, the action seems even crazier than before, thanks to the fact that modern weapons and equipment are so much more advanced and lethal than their World War II counterparts. Now, every soldier is armed with an automatic weapon, and there are night-vision goggles, Javelin antitank missiles, and grenade launchers. In at least one mission, you'll serve as the gunner aboard an AC-130 Specter gunship, providing fire support for troops below; the game play looks eerily like real-world gun-camera footage, with radio chatter to match.




3 comments:

killaram said...

abbaseya square is also an area in baghdad not only cairo

The blog of husfahmy said...

yeah .. but el geash street, and the autostrad is in cairo!!!! .. and the signs are well known for me ... and the font used on the signs is the standard egyptian font for traffic signs!

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