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This workmanlike 1,600-point ($20) downloadable content package just adds more of the same to the initial game available online as a free download. What's on offer here increases the number of jobs, challenges, and missions available in the freebie, and adds the terrain and scenery of the entire Hawaiian Island chain, but there are few other additions. This is one of those expansions that make the original game bigger and broader, not deeper, so you can't help but be a little disappointed even as you ooh and ahh at the sight of Diamond Head looming out of the morning mist. The third stage provides an excellent example of how you must use your varied weapons to their fullest potential. Here, you need to clear a lengthy horizontal shaft as you battle a monstrous mechanical worm. The wall of bullets that emanates from your primary weapon is ideal for this situation, but a short time later, you find yourself descending through a vertical chamber while avoiding lava and enemies positioned along the ceiling. If you have the option, it's best to switch to a weapon that fires shots directly overhead so that you're not stuck dodging bullets and possibly ramming into a rock wall in the process. Shortly thereafter, you need to switch things up again. You always have access to your chosen weapons, which is good news because it means you're still capably equipped if you die and are returned to the last cleared checkpoint. If you were thinking that The Sims 3: Pets would allow your existing sims to frolic with virtual puppies and kittens, Electronic Arts has a little surprise for you. Rather than allowing console devotees of the popular series to import their sims from the original release into this newest outing, EA has released The Sims 3: Pets as a stand-alone game for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. That alone is enough to make this offering feel inferior to its more robust PC cousin, but a different setting and the limitation of only playing with cats and dogs (as opposed to the PC version's horses, snakes, and other assorted beasts) make it feel like an entirely different game. Even so, if you meet it on its own terms, there's a lot to like, including new karma powers, a collection of "mystery" quests, and, of course, the loveable companions themselves. These tweaks alter the flow of rewards into your arsenal and onto the battlefield, but Modern Warfare 3 doesn't take any chances with the tried-and-true formula. At launch, even the matchmaking playlists feature standard fare, but the robust Private Match customization options let you tweak the standards to your liking (even offering some of Black Ops' more interesting modes) and hold the possibility of odd permutations to come. Whatever diversions or innovations may lie in Modern Warfare 3's future, the competitive multiplayer still offers the same sweet satisfaction you've come to expect from the series. This is some of the best online shooter action around, and with the daunting challenges of Spec Ops and the exciting, globe-trotting campaign, Modern Warfare 3 stands tall as another great descendant of the game that changed a generation. This is the blessing and the curse of Red Orchestra 2. There is only one way to play this game: You need to be incredibly patient, work with your teammates, and approach every situation just as real troops would have when fighting for Stalingrad during WWII. All of the limitations of the weapons here make it impossible to snap off quick shots with any sort of accuracy, which means that you have to take time to find a good firing position and then shoot carefully. Rapid firing means wild firing, which just alerts enemies to your position and gets you a bullet in the face. It also increases the chance that you will lose track of the number of shots that you have fired and empty a clip at the wrong time. If you don't shoot smartly, you inevitably run out of ammo at precisely the moment you need it and, again, wind up wit
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