Obviously inspired by the Quake video, but I thought this one was better. (it's also a month old, but it was new to me)
Honestly, it raises the question of why modern games need a single-player component if they're going to be so relentlessly bad. Once upon a time, Call of Duty had a fantastic campaign mode, but those days are clearly over. Why bother anymore? Battlefield 3 had such a clearly half-assed campaign mode that I couldn't even make it past the second level. That's my, and judging by the review critic's as well, biggest complaint with the game. I can think of dozens of retail games offhand that have done just fine without a single-player component. Most of these are PC-only, but look at MAG or Warhawk on the PS3: both have moved respectable numbers with no single-player component.
</rant> Anyways, to echo Yahtzee, it's sad that the best modern shooters are the ones just now catching up with Valve.