Excerpt: Before I get into the thick of this review, let me make one thing very clear: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Mobilized is not a DS port of Modern Warfare 2 . It may share the same box art, but make no mistake: this is a standalone product. But is it any good? Yes, it is.
NDS Review - 'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Mobilized'
16 December 2009
Summary: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Mobilized will deliver an arsenal of cutting-edge weaponry, vehicles and tactics, arming players with precision controls for battle across the world's most dangerous hotspots.
Excerpt: All terrorists make the same sound when they die. Quick — name the Three Tenors, right now. Let me guess what went through your head: Luciano Pavarotti (everyone gets that one), Placido Domingo (slightly less famous but still well known), and... um... that other guy. You know, the short one?
Pros: Great use of DS hardware, Fun while it lasts, Low on replay value, Generic story and enemies, Uaugh! Uaugh! Uaugh!
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Mobilized (DS) Review - Mount Up
23 November 2009
Excerpt: There is so little about Call of Duty's essence in Modern Warfare: Mobilized. Sure you have military teams racing to stop an enemy and you hit land, air and sea to foil their nuclear plans, but that describes every post 24 TV show, movie and game.
Pros: ...You have no access to console Call of Duty games. ...You miss Virtua Cop shooting galleries. ...You can never get enough Call of Duty .
Cons: ...Defects in computer A.I. assistance annoy you. ...You don't like unconventional control schemes. ...Frequent deaths from awkward controls frustrate you.
Excerpt: While it might not be grabbing all the headlines like its hi-def siblings, the latest DS Call Of Duty game is an impressive game that pushes the handheld's abilities to its limits. It's set during the same timeframe as the 360 and PS3 title Modern Warfare 2, but rather than making a cut-down port of...