Conclusion: is a decent game that could have been better. There are significant issues associated with limited game play and less than average controls. When considering it for on-the-go gaming, it makes for decent entertainment.
Summary: Featuring all-new missions, never-before seen in a Call of Duty game, Call of Duty: Roads to Victory thrusts players into the boots of an 82nd Airborne Division infantry soldier, a Canadian First Army rifleman (both new to the franchise) and an elite British Parachuting Regiment commando.
Excerpt: While Medal of Honor was the game that really launched the whole World War II shooter genre on home consoles, Call of Duty perfected it. And now both franchises have moved to the portable battlefield.
Conclusion: So there's certainly something to be said for the unrivalled sense of atmosphere and the three reels of archive footage and all the other unlockable extras (including PSP wallpapers and encyclopaedia-style summaries of in-game weapons and vehicles and so on).
Conclusion: Déjà-vu [de3a'vy]: det fænomen at man fejlagtigt mener at have oplevet den foreliggende situation engang før. Denne fornemmelse sidder fast i mit hoved, mens jeg indædt forsøger at kæmpe mig igennem masse af skydegale tyskere.