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  1. Thanks a lot ! Although I used another walkthrough for this trophy, your notes made me FINALLY (sort of) understand how the Chapter 4 puzzle works, by juggling the match between the different fishermen.
  2. Thanks for the tip ! Still works flawlessly as of today. I was able to go from 87 to 100 % quite easily, without having to check every single thing that I was missing for 100 %.
  3. I'm done with all 5 special operations and can confirm that the single most important tip is to switch to story mode. You'll get absolutely insane damage resistance against bullets and explosions. Only flamethrowers can still be a significant threat. Also, as OP pointed out, this mode is buggy as hell. I had to abort missions on more than one occasion because enemies would just stop spawning when the last wave was like 90% complete. That, along with the need to play each operation four times, made for a rather poor experience. I've started the Vaas DLC and like it much more.
  4. Are you seriously bitching about devs caring for their game and adding free content for their community over many years ? Just because we have to deal with a new super easy trophy every four months ? Come on.
  5. Milk n' Cookies (DLC 4) still isn't working either. It's been bugged since August 30th.
  6. Yes, because you've totally read through the hundreds of pages of the PS Store Terms of Service between Sony and the publishers, so that you can now say with confidence that an approved game hereby benefits an absolute right to remain approved in the future, no matter what. I applaud such commitment. 😑 Unless you can back it up somehow, I'm afraid your assertion is actually the most irrelevant one.
  7. Pages upon pages of people complaining that the leaderboards are already broken anyway. Which is true. Yet almost no one came up with the most obvious solution to this predicament. Something that's been asked and suggested many times over many years. Create a new (working) leaderboard based on rarity. Set it up as default. Keep the old one for the shovelware bois. All 98%+ rarity shovelware now worth next to 0 point. Profit.
  8. Thanks ! I certainly didn't anticipate all those comments but oh well. 😂 I reckon this might be a useless thread for seasoned COD players, but obviously this was not meant for them.
  9. Yeah you're welcome. Always a pleasure. 😘
  10. I unfortunately skipped the classes to get a Call of Duty PhD, and the weird naming conventions of the Modern Warfare saga were getting me increasingly confused. There's no way I'm the only one. So to anyone still struggling, here is a complete summary I've just made for myself, with related trophy lists : Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is the 1st game of the COD MW saga, released on PS3 in 2007. It doesn't have any trophy, due to lack of trophy support back then. If you want it in your collection, however, you can complete Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered instead. It was released on PS4 in 2016 and features only the remastered campaign of the game. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is the 2nd game of the series. It was released on PS3 in 2009. Platinum is still obtainable, but there is also a campaign-only remastered version for the PS4 if you want : Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is the 3rd game of the series. It was released on PS3 in 2011. No remaster as of yet, so this game is only playable on PS3 as far as I know. Platinum still obtainable. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is the 4th game of the series. It was released on PS4 in 2019. It is a reboot of the original COD MW from 2007 (not a remaster), which means it is an entirely different game. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II (notice the "II" in Roman numerals instead of "2") is the 5th game of the series, and the one that just came out. It was released on October 28th 2022 on PS4/5. It is also a completely different game from the original COD MW 2. Hope that helps. Also, feel free to comment if I got anything wrong.
  11. I was also confused as hell, as I unfortunately skipped the classes to get a Call of Duty PhD. For anyone still struggling out there, here is a complete summary compiled from Wikipedia and that might help, with related trophy lists : Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is the 1st game of the COD MW saga, released on PS3 in 2007. It doesn't have any trophy, due to lack of trophy support back then. If you want it in your collection, however, you can complete Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered instead. It was released on PS4 in 2016 and features only the remastered campaign of the game. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is the 2nd game of the series. It was released on PS3 in 2009. Platinum is still obtainable, but it also has a campaign-only remastered version for the PS4 if you want : Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is the 3rd game of the series. It was released on PS3 in 2011. No remaster as of yet, so this game is only playable on PS3 as far as I know. Platinum still obtainable. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is the 4th game of the series. It was released on PS4 in 2019. It is a reboot of the original COD MW from 2007 (not a remaster), which means it is an entirely different game. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II (notice the "II" in Roman numerals instead of "2") is the 5th game of the series. It was just released on October 28th 2022 on PS4/5. It is also a completely different game from the original COD MW 2. Hope that helps.
  12. It was actually pretty easy. I just went around the burning planes and hid behind the main "building" of the aircraft career. From there you're pretty safe and can take out the flying enemies one at a time, before using the TAC gun on the boss. Also there are checkpoints at every single step so it's really no big deal.
  13. The longevity of this game is truly something else. I personally don't care much and only play the game for 10 minutes every 3 months, but I really respect all the free content they keep adding for their player base.
  14. This has nothing to do with the quality of the games, you're just getting old man. 😂 And it won't get better. I mean, I still consider that completely forgotten Atari ST point-and-click games from the early 1990s are the best thing I've ever played. I've been chasing this feeling of magic ever since, never quite finding it again. Thanks for the thorough review though. The game has just gone on a big sale, which is why I'm here.
  15. It does, thanks a lot.