Nothing unusual here. The same brand of orchestral pomp, loud gun sounds, explosions and all that. Everyone is gruff and gravelly, too.
Call of Duty always goes big when it comes to visual presentation and high production values, and Modern Warfare 3 is no different.
You've played a Call of Duty game, right? This offers the same kind of tight, intuitive gunplay for which the series is renowned.
All of the usual modes you'd expect, only, it's all starting to wear very thin indeed. Campaign falls short, and Zombies is dull. Multiplayer remains robust.
If you can get past the game being added as DLC for MW2, there's a perfectly serviceable 1,000G list here. Nothing particularly inventive, mind you.