Call of Duty: Roads to Victory (PSP): Fun game sullied by WORST. CONTROLS. EVER.
3 February 2010
Summary: I love the Call of Duty games on the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, but I figured a handheld equivalent would just pale in comparison. Once again set during World War 2, Roads to Victory isn't anything new, and it's got some fiendishly annoying controls, but it is a legitimately challenging game for the most part, which is refreshing given how easy games tend to be these days.
Summary: There is now an outstanding range of Call of Duty games, with the 6th game due to be released this coming winter. This latest addition comes to the portable platform with the PSP, and is entitled Roads to Victory, and is set in the 2nd world war from 1939-1945, there are three different countries that you must be a soldier from in the different missions; UK, America and Canada.
Pros: Good graphics and controls
Cons: Poor story that doesn't last and isn't enough of a challenge
Summary: I brought this game has it had a different prospect to other Call of Duty games. The game is very good but not as good as other games on the system. The graphics are very good and look great with some fantastic detail on the PSP. The game has a good soundtrack and has no slowdown so the game runs smooth. It does crash at times. You play as the Americans but receive support from the British and other forces. The idea is old but the game tells a new story.