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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (2007)

The Call of Duty series returns this time into a modern day setting. The player takes control of a character nicknamed "Soap," for the majority of the campaign and will need to progress through many modern warfare scenarios.

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Cast

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Captain Price (voice)
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Gaz (voice)
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Mark Grigsby ...
SSgt. Griggs (voice)
Zach Hanks ...
Fred Toma ...
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Eugene Lazareb ...
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Gabriel Al-Rajhi ...
Khaled Al-Asad (voice)
Sarkis Albert ...
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David Neil Black ...
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U.S. Marine (voice)
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(voice) (as Greg Ellis)
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Mac / SAS 4 (voice)
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Storyline

The year is 2011, and civil war has broken out in Russia between the Russian government and Russian ultranationalists under the command of Imran Zakhaev who seek to restore Russia back to its former Soviet-style leadership. A revolution has toppled a regime in an unnamed Arabic country which has ties to the Russian ultranationalists, with Khaled al-Asad coming to power. These two simultaneous events are causing fear that al-Asad and Zakhaev might form an alliance and use nuclear weapons against the West. In response to these concerns, the United States and the United Kingdom conduct joint operations to put down both uprisings, without putting their own nations' security at risk. Will they succeed? Written by Sam

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Release Date:

5 November 2007 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - Reflex Edition  »

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1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Soap would not hold the rank of sergeant on his first day in "the regiment" he could only hold the rank of trooper until he gained his entry skill ( mobility, boat, mountain or air) and also a patrol skill See more »

Goofs

The layout of Prypiat is completely wrong. All landmarks are in the wrong places. There is a convoluted route between the hotel (which itself has had its layout flipped) and the Ferris wheel when the two have open land between them. The open-air swimming pool shown as being between them is in a completely different direction. And the area around the Ferris wheel is much smaller than in real life. Also, nearly all windows in the town are completely intact, when they should all have been broken. See more »

Quotes

SSgt. Griggs: [as Zakahev's son drives towards the guard tower] He's gonna ram the tower! Oh SHIT!
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Crazy Credits

The babies of the people who made the game that were born during the making of the game are listed in the end credits. See more »

Connections

Referenced in The A-Team (2010) See more »

Soundtracks

Hard and Deep
Performed by Mark Grigsby
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User Reviews

 
Beautiful. This game will make one hell of a movie.
20 February 2008 | by See all my reviews

This game is well worth the price. Storyline and even the online multilayer are amazing. IW has very well succeeded in making a video game that displays real war. The ending is also worth fighting for. This is one of the rare few games that certainly are the best of the best.

When playing the musical score is excellent. It Certainly succeeds in highlighting scenes of sorrow, joy, honor, duty, and sacrifice. Also not to forget the heart pounding adrenaline when you repel out of a black hawk helicopter into a middle eastern town filling with 360 degree of danger.

A must get game!


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