When I as younger I remember playing the old games of Medal of Honor and Call of Duty, back when they took place in the second great war. I really felt connected to the games because it was fought during a war where we knew clearly who the enemy was, and who the friendlies were. I felt more or less like I was "fighting" for a cause. But now with the modern setting, I don't feel that same storyline connection. I do like the modern technologies and some of the cool action scenes, but fighting in the modern age is getting just as old as world war 2 (in certain people's opinions). I know that World War Two was somewhat beaten to death, but I think they could spread new light by doing more of "black ops" take on it, with secret missions and such. I feel like WW2 games wouldn't feel as old when they are applied to the game engines, graphics, sound, etc of today.
The modern setting is just getting old to me.
Where should we go next? (not vietnam)