Reviews and Problems with Call of Duty: Finest Hour
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Scrapland Reader Review - 6.2
Spyker, IGN Entertainment
22 March 2005
Conclusion: Not a bad game at all. Although because of all the activity on the screen its sometimes difficult to know where your going, and the flying part takes a while to get the hang of. and you get lost easley in a race or just going somewhere can take a while.
Conclusion: A few things this game needs the next time around: Rival mode: I want to see the same players over and over again, and have them bet me hard the next time after I beat them or knock them out of a tourney On top of that, maybe a storyline mode, with bankrollers who are willing to up my bankroll if I...
Summary: I made the mistake of having a sample of one of the newer ones before playing this one. Bad move. It was probaly good when it first came out but it's not nearly as good as the later ones imo. I don't like the idea of picking up health pack and the graphics are nowhere near as good as the later ones.
Excerpt: As was the case with the PC titles in the franchise, Finest Hour puts you in the shoes of a variety of soliders one would find in WWII. You've got your wet behind the ears Russian teenager, a fiesty British veteran who takes a little too much joy in his work, and an all-American guy who's out to rid...
Excerpt: Omaha beach - A deafening sound as shell after shell is fired at you. The frightful tinging noise of machine gun fire hitting all the obstacles littered around the beach. The sickening blood red clouds of the AI team mate next to you 'biting the bullet'.
Excerpt: What is it? Realeased on PC, Call of Duty was soon being called a classic thanks to its super-intense World War 2 first-person shooter action, the feeling of being caught in the thick of battle had never been done better.
Excerpt: This is call of duty! It's a great game because of the graphics and gameplay! The graphics are great as this is Call of Duty so they are very life like! The gameplay is great with lots of levels and missions.