Excerpt: These days, World War II action titles boil down to two separate camps: those where the characters are scripted to think intelligently and those where they’re scripted to look intelligent. Call of Duty falls clearly in the latter camp.
Excerpt: id Software brought first person shooters into the gaming mainstream with the 1993 release of their legendary game DOOM , and after seventeen years of both official and unofficial ports of the game from the biggest to the smallest machines, it's now available on the iPhone.
Excerpt: Multiplatform (tested PC version and Xbox360 Version) The Hot Call Of Duty Franchise hits boots on the ground running head long into a more modern era with spectacular results. Players follow their actual into more action than you can shake a gaggle of grunts at.
Excerpt: Here we are. 2006. We've seen the arrival of HD gaming with massive special effects and disgustingly high polygon counts. We're spending $400 on game consoles that have wireless capabilities and hundreds of times the processing power of computers from just ten years ago.
Excerpt: In the spectrum of computer games, I have come to relate the genres to alcohol. A fine high-strategy game in my mind is a full-bodied wine. To be enjoyed and savoured to the fullest at all of it’s levels.
Excerpt: With the recent onslaught of CoD titles out lately, it’s easy to get confused between The Big Red One, CoD 2, and CoD2 on XBox 360 for our US friends. Call of Duty 2 is for the PC and by gosh it’s a worthy successor to the original.
Summary: Call of Duty delivers the gritty realism and cinematic intensity of WWII's most epic battlefield moments - from the perspective of citizen soldiers and unsung heroes representing an alliance of countries, who together helped shape the course of modern history.
Summary: , turn it up a few notches, sprinkle in some great levels, mix in some fun missions, and up the graphics some? Why you get a great title in , of course! Yes, this game is by a lot of the guys who programmed and it’s the same theme but the game just achieves a lot more by doing the little things...