Call of Duty 4 Hints for Safehouse and TV Station

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, the new and popular first-person shooter video game, is rather tough to play. One of the keys to successful game play is to get your non-player buddies to join in on the action and to work your way through the scenarios so you don’t get blown away quickly. Here’s a video, courtesy of Hulu and G4TV, that gives some good hints to negotiate the Safe House and TV Station levels.

The big trick, as you can see from the video, is getting the non-player characters into a supporting position. In spite of the great dynamic lighting effects and depth of field, the AI engine still does dumb things way too often. It seems like they do stupid stuff just to annoy you sometimes, doesn’t it?

Anyway I hope these hints for Call of Duty 4 Hints for Safehouse and TV Station levels help you out. I don’t have a lot of time to devote to game playing so I can use all the help I can. How about you?


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Comment by Game addict
2008-05-29 15:10:04

Yeah that is true. AI can be very stupid sometimes. But I think that games like COD4: Modern Warfare are more suitable for online play than single players campaign.

IMO- When playing multiplayer you experience the true spirit of gaming…

Comment by jfc
2008-05-29 22:52:14

Hi Game Addict,

That is true. My only problem is that my work schedule and so forth usually prevents working out a time to do multiplayer so I have to deal with the dumb-as-a-brick AI engine most of the time.

Comment by Bob
2008-06-28 14:52:19

These are great tips, finally got through the single player part of the game :).

Comment by jfc
2008-06-29 11:04:11

Hi Bob,

I’m still futzing around with it. I just don’t have the time to really do a lot of gaming these days unfortunately.

Comment by Funny Junk
2009-04-01 09:31:06

I was recently stuck on these parts in the game, I wish I saw this video before attempting a bunch of times at it :-(. This game is a great game though, I love the online play.

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