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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009)

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A massacre at a Russian airport leads to a war between Russia and the United States. Meanwhile, a Task Force is sent to find the perpetrators and bring the bloodshed to an end.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sergeant Foley (voice)
Corporal Dunn (voice)
Makarov (voice)
Ghost (voice)
Nikolai (voice)
Captain Price (voice)
Gabriel Al-Rajhi ...
Additional Voice Talent (voice) (as Gabrielle Al-Rajhi)
Additional Voice Talent (voice) (as Eugene Alpers)
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Alex Bronquette ...
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Coy Clark ...
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Five years after the events of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (2007), Russia is in political turmoil once again. Vladimir Makarov, a brutal leader and former associate of Imran Zakhaev, has set in motion a series of events that will threaten global security. After a series of vicious terrorist attacks, the situation is deemed dangerous enough for Task Force 141, led by Captain Soap MacTavish and Co., to be deployed all around the world, attempting to track down Makarov and restore peace. Written by David C. and callofduty.wikia.com

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Action | Adventure | War


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10 November 2009 (USA)  »

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Call of Duty 6  »

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$45,000,000 (estimated)

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Nikolai: Try to get the situation under control *before* I get there, okay?
[later on... ]
Nikolai: [in a massive understatement] Price, I am approaching the boneyard! I see you do *not* have situation under control! *Very* unsafe to land! It looks like when I was in Afghanistan with the Soviets!
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"Production babies", or babies born to participating companies' families during the development of the game, are listed throughout the credits. See more »


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Fun, but not without flaws, mainly in multiplayer.
8 July 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Modern Warfare 2. Easily the most anticipated title of 2009, possibly of the decade. Fresh off the craze of Modern Warfare, Infinity Ward was set on expanding their market and making even more cash.

The campaign was certainly a lot of fun. It had brilliant action sequences and a lot of cool new settings and features. We definitely didn't see ice climbing or space sequences in the first title. However, the campaign is rather short, and I was able to breeze through it in around 5 hours. This sounds like much, but in actuality it is very short compared to other shooters like Bad Company and, ironically, Modern Warfare.

I think the producers at Infinity Ward has never heard the saying 'Less is more.' If they did, they ignored it. The multiplayer is full of failed ideas and flaws. To name a few, there is a "perk" called One Man Army. It allows you to switch to any other class whenever you want, skipping the 'wait to respawn' period. When coupled with grenade launchers, or 'Noob Tubes', as most players call them, it creates a very frustrating combination. The player is given virtually infinite grenades.

That is only one frustrating feature, albeit probably the most prominent. Bottom line is, I recommend the game if you can live with paying 60 bucks. If that's a stretch, than go for the first, Modern Warfare. It is very fun and a lot less frustrating than its sequel.

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