This video reminds me of how much I love Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, because of how unique and different each chapter is, and how each of them has a different "feel" to them. It's probably my all-time favorite game for that reason.
Also, even though I don't like first-person shooters, I feel like just by watching that mission from Modern Warfare, bit-by-bit, was very entertaining. By contrast, I heard about how the game keeps switching between different ways to play from Yahtzee's review of the game, and looking at it, it just feels crazy!
Note also MW2 differences in kind:
--- the first level
--- you start at trench, there are only 3 points of entry for the enemies, they are black siloettes on white background, there are only 3 points-of-entry for the enemies (2 stairs, 1 bridge), you can duck anyway at the riverbank, and no enemy can get close to you to melee
--- you then ride a jeep
--- you then naviagate thin school hallways and alleyways --- pretty much all shooting, no walking at all
Pandemic Legacy spoilers follow: (Yes. That is 'there are spoilers for a board game in this post'. Legacy is a trippy mechanic)
I'm up to May if you're playing a campaign of it yourself, and even if you aren't and have no intention of doing, I'd suggest watching the spoileriffic playthrough videos on The Dice Tower so you can see how it unfolds for yourself up to that point