Reviews and Problems with Call of Duty: Finest Hour
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Great Old Game
BRC98 , GameStop
24 September 2010
Summary: I have had this game forever now, and believe it or not I would pick this over World at War or Modern Warfare any day. I am not sure exactly why, but I like old games like this. I still have the Call of Duty Originally, and use it often. Compared to games of today, the graphics are not good. But from the year it was made, it was great. The game play was nice, and I liked the line it went in order. It is very historically accurate.
Summary: Call of duty finest hour was my first game on the xbox, and as i'm awful at it, i still haven't completed it, i'm stuck in Aachen shooting lots of nazi's in sewers. First of all, the plusses, it's a brilliant game. You start the game in a little boat in the fog, and you slowly progress across a lake, and a burining stalingrad, with explosions, bullets flying, fighters strafing you all scaring the hell out of your comrades.
Excerpt: "...the cutscenes are over. The Call of Duty series has always been about "cinematic intensity", and that's obvious from the opening scene, in which you are trapped in a rowboat that's heading toward a burning Stalingrad. As planes strafe across the bow of your boat, killing some of your screaming squadmates, a gruff Russian leader commands you to kill as many Germans as possible, reminding you that he'll shoot any deserters himself. From there, it's ...
Summary: This game is a pretty good world war 2 game. It is quite realistic and has a fairly interesting storyline. The graphics are meedioca for this day an age but the game gets away with it. One thing that i think lets it down is the fact that you keep changing character and you lose the plot a bit.