Original post at Popzara Blogs:
If you've already seen previous posts regarding the first-ever video footage from Activision's upcoming Wii-remake of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (i.e. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Reflex), then you might be wondering why there's an entirely new post dedicated to showcasing its online multiplayer mode. While many will come for the single-player, they'll stay for the online firefights, a crucial element that has kept the original Xbox 360/PS3/PC versions popular ever since release.
Much like its single-player videos, the online demonstrated in Modern Warfare: Reflex looks very, very good. Detailed graphics, smooth gameplay, and an intuitive interface should help make Wii owners very happy when the game finally drops alongside its HD-powered sequel on November 10th. Why Activision waited so long to release (or have 'leaked') this footage is beyond curious, as developer Treyarch has clearly approximated just about everything from the orginal release onto Nintendo's hardware admirably. Its almost as if all attention is being manually driven elsewhere, leaving fans to discover this one on their own...but Activision wouldn't intentionally undersell one game to help promote another, would they?