Pretty self explanatory. My analysis of the Call of Duty franchise is below
Call of Duty: So-so. I only played it at a LAN Party and it was moderately fun, but nowhere near the awesomeness that is Modern Warfare.
Call of Duty 2: Graphics were amazing around the launch of the 360. Except I sucked at the game first time I played it.
Call of Duty 3: Many people refer to this as the worst Call of Duty game in the franchise. While it's probably the weakest, it was one of the most intense games I had played when it first came out.
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare: Easily the game that made Call of Duty a worthy franchise in my mind. Everything was perfect with this game, with controls, graphics, action, and multiplayer, among other things. I've logged so many multiplayer hours on this game that I can't even begin to count them.
Call of Duty: World at War: Disappointing that the franchise went back to WWII with this one, but it was still fun, nonetheless. I still have not played nazi zombies yet, but that alone makes this entry stand out.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2: Easily my pick for best game in the series. It improved upon the winning formula of COD 4, and had a much more intense campaign, although the story seemed to take a back seat this time.
So what is your favorite game in the Call of Duty franchise? I know that all the spin off titles in the series were left out in this poll, but I can only include so many, plus there's six official games, so it fits the poll capacity.
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