Summary: This is a good game, but if you have played any other of the Call of Duty titles, this one may seem a little weak. The game functions seem to be a little slower paced, but if you are hungry for any war, this game will suit you just fine. A little hard to get used to the controls, but not too bad.
Summary: The gameplay in Call of Duty 3 is so similar to the modern day ones, that it is almost berating to see how little the game play mechanics have changed. Actually mechanics have been removed, such as vehicles in multiplayer, in exchange or scorestreaks. The campaign is superior to modern day call of duties, as it follows actual battles and events that occurred, rather than filling the plot with whatever stupidity it thinks of.
Summary: For a PS2 game, and by today's standards in general, this is a great game. The campaign is exciting and has well positioned engagements, the multiplayer includes well thought out classes, vehicles and maps, and there are a variety of extras. This game has basically been copied, and copied, and copied, and copied... but it was innovative and overall, I just love it.
Summary: Presentation The game looks, feels, and sounds like one of those old-fashioned WWII movies, but in a very good way. It has 'classic' written all over it. The storyline is one of the most coherent and interesting in the whole Call of Duty series, and unlike modern Call of Duty games this one actually focuses more on historical accuracy and displays of heroism than over-the-top spectacle. This is particularly refreshing.
Summary: I'm a big fan of the call of duty series since the very first one, this makes me feel that what ever i get rfom the game is good> don't expect much from the graphics but it's not that bad too.