Some great sci-fi synth on the soundtrack and a brilliant 80s score for Zombies mode makes for sweet music, while the audio and sound effects are uniformly excellent.
Wonderfully sharp and detailed, Call of Duty looks remarkably slick once again, with great motion-captured performances and the super-smooth 60 frames per second multiplayer that we've come to demand from the series. There are echoes of Mass Effect, but overall, it's hard to fault.
Immediate, intuitive; Infinite Warfare is another dose of brilliantly robust and consistently entertaining FPS action. Multiplayer is a lot like what's gone before in Black Ops III, beyond a few new twists, while the campaign is great. Zombies is a blast, and all three components are smooth and fantastically playable, much as you'd expect.
Another treasure trove of modes, features and options, campaign, multiplayer and Zombies represent another stellar value package. The campaign is also properly hard now too, Veteran being but the tip of the iceberg, Try the unlockable Specialist and YOLO difficulties; see how you get on.
One of the strongest CoD achievement lists in a while, you're rewarded for completing all of the campaign and carrying out some cool and quirky stuff too. Zombies will also demand a lot of your time, and bonus points are in order for the Game of Thrones reference. There's only one multiplayer achievement, though.