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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
Game Description:Call of Duty moves into the modern age of warfare, with its classic intense and cinematic action experience. Take an arsenal of advanced and powerful modern day firepower and head to the most treacherous hotspots around the world to take out a rogue enemy group. You'll be in the boots of a U.S. Marine and a British S.A.S. Soldier. Use your superior firepower to your advantage as you quickly and decisively hunt down and take out enemy forces. Over 70 weapons, including assault rifles, claymores, and machine guns are available as you fight to bring peace to the world.
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