Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare shows how the Modern Warfare got started. This game is set in 2011. So, it is about 5 years ago before the Russians attacked the United States, before Makarov was killing the people at airport in Russia, and before Russians blame the Americans for attacking the people at the airport.
At the beginning of the game, you are playing as Soap. In this game he is a Sergeant. He is doing some training in the beginning of game. Most of this game is about a civil war that has broken out in Russia and madness in the Middle East. There are two targets you have to kill and two are Al-Asad and Zakhaev. Al-Asad is want take over the Middle East and Zakhaev want to bring back Mother Russia. Cpt. Price and other SAS members must stop them before everything gets out of hand. Could they stop them? Find out when you are playing this game. Read more...(378 words, 34 images, estimated 1:31 mins reading time)
It is a troubling time in the world as a Soviet leader dies from heart failure and a new one steps in to take his place. Not much is known about this new leader Alexander Nemerov (Ciaran Hinds) except that he is seen to be a Soviet hardliner and a person that wants the world to know that Chechnya is an internal affair and not to trouble Russia about it. This is the face he wants the world to see, he wants them to know that he is in charge and not just a puppet of the military or former KGB operatives. He is the one in command and will do what is necessary to make sure that Russia stays secure. Dr. Jack Ryan, a former Marine doesn’t see him that way and he has to make the rest of the world see what he sees to stave off disaster. I know that sounds a bit simplistic but that is the whole plot of the film and drives the various sub-plots. It is the one thing that keeps the film racing down the hill as you try to keep up and wonder, what’s next. Read more...(892 words, 93 images, estimated 3:34 mins reading time)
This was the second go around for me to play Surface: Mystery of Another World Collector’s Edition, and I was able to much further into depth with it this time, and I saw some flaws in it this time that I never really noticed before. Many of the games that come to casual sites, especially the hidden object mysteries, are imports from Europe, and this one came from Russia. The first go around, I was far too busy rushing around, attempting to gain access to unlock areas, and sort of under the gun with my time, since I had to go to work. This time, having the weekend off, I decided to play it all the way through in casual mode. Read more...(332 words, 32 images, estimated 1:20 mins reading time)
Terror is on the rise and Russia asks the help of the United States to get rid of a radical general in Kazakhstan, Ivan Radek (Jurgen Prochnow). Moscow sees him as a terrorist and it is now in the best interest of the United States to see that he is removed from power. That is what starts the wild ride that you have with Air Force One. James Marshall (Harrison Ford), the President of the United States is in Moscow to make a speech congratulating Russian President Petrov (Alan Woolf) for the capture of Radek. Marshall sets the room aflame with his speech as it is not the one that was written form him, instead he tells those in the room and all those watching the even all over the world that terrorists and terrorism will no longer be tolerated. He vows that he and his administration will do everything in its power to make sure that human suffering due to the atrocities performed by others. He basically puts all terrorists on notice and is almost daring them to do something about it. Little does he know that someone is already planing on doing something about it and that the plan for it has already been set in motion. Read more...(713 words, 80 images, estimated 2:51 mins reading time)