Reviews and Problems with Call of Duty: United Offensive
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Call of Duty: United Offensive
28 May 2012
Excerpt: World War 2. Five years in which a lot of fighting has been done, lots of people have died, and even more lost dear ones. In Call of Duty you could, together with the American, British and Russian liberators, free Europe from the steal grip of Hitler and his Nazi party.
Excerpt: There's no doubt that last year's Call of Duty ( review 94%) contained some of the most fun I've had with a first-person shooter in years. It was the most intense, WWII FPS I have ever played.
Summary: Expanded Multiplayer action, playable
vehicles, three new historically accurate single player campaigns, and the
addition of new weapons to the various World War II themed arsenals are just a
few of the gems gamers will find in United Offensive.
Summary: is one of my favorite games of last year. It combined great single player missions with fun squad combat and some vehicle action. Because of the success of the game, an expansion pack was inevitable and that’s what we have in adds 13 new single player missions, new weapons, and 11 new multiplayer...
Excerpt: It can be difficult making a sequel, or even an add-on pack, to a popular game. It's almost like a company is being set up to fail. With the bar set so high it becomes difficult for a firm to fulfill the expectations of the rabid fan base of the previous installment.
Excerpt: Infinity Ward and Activision basically came out of nowhere with last year's smash hit Call of Duty. Its intense World War 2 action and solid production values scored big with both gamers and reviewers, and the multiplayer mode that was thrown in turned out to be not half-bad.
Excerpt: When the original Call of Duty was released way back in October of 2003, it brought a level of immersion that is rarely found in many games. The atmosphere drew you in like a moth to a flame, and you could not help the fact that the experience was nothing less than rewarding.