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DAILY MANIFESTO Counts Down to Modern Warfare 3

Posted on Friday, February 25 @ 13:00:00 PST by
I last attended GDC in 2009. Great year! I also went to E3 that year.

See, in those days, I wasn't part of the Game Revolution family yet. You all aren't exactly the warmest receivers of new blood you know! Still, I was excited by what I saw at the end of the Game Developers Choice Awards in March 2009. From my old blog, PLAY READ WRITE:

I'll be interested in what level of visual fidelity Infinity Ward will bring to the table this time. I remember looking at trailers and screen shots of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and dropping my jaw. I was more than a little awestruck by the Ghillies in the Mist trailer.

I thought the use of audio to tease the game was a great route to take because of the role audio plays in a lot of the game. Hearing the terrorists (probably?) suiting up and getting ready to move out was almost chilling. I'm looking forward to the game, and I'm happy to see that Infinity Ward are keeping things close to the chest. I hate when developers show too much of the game too far away from its release.

Now we're on the verge of GDC again. Rather than surprising everyone with a brief teaser trailer at the end of awards night, Activision is taking the obvious route with a countdown to Modern Warfare 3's reveal.

Why are we so sure? just popped up on everyone's radar. The address makes an obvious reference to the Russian terrorist at the center of Modern Warfare 2's horrid plot. Still not convinced by the marketing methods of yesteryear? Look at the damn font for all those numbers!

Game Revolution will be at GDC en masse. Any news on Modern Warfare 3 will be reported immediately to you, the readers.
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