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Thursday, 04 August 2011 09:21

Wii will get Modern Warfare 3

Written by David Stellmack
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A bit watered down compared to other versions
Activision has now confirmed what we have suspected, which is (believe it or not) the Wii will get Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.

It really comes as little surprise, since the Wii did also get a version of BlackOps. Apparently, there was some hesitation in bringing the title out for the Wii platform.

Analysts that we spoke with tell us that given the abilities of the Wii we can expect a watered down looking version of the game compared to other platforms, which is really a given. “In my view it is nothing more than a money grab by Activision, but I don’t expect it to sell much better than any other FPS title has done on the Wii”, another analyst told us.


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