Summary: Call of Duty 2 was clearly the jewel of the Xbox 360 launch. It was a great game that ushered in the next generation of gaming in style. Call of Duty 3 doesnt have quite the same impact, because it is a safe, by-the-numbers sequel that is basically identical to COD2.
Excerpt: Call of Duty had made its reputation already on PC thanks to innovative gameplay, beautiful graphics and an unseen level of intensity. The successor, CoD2, was a launch game on Xbox360 and made an even bigger impact on that platform.
Excerpt: in the last couple of years. With serious PC issues on launch for the last two games and campaigns that were memorable but short with little replay value, I've had a hard time considering any recent
How 3D Glasses Changed My Perspective on Call of Duty Blacks Ops
5 October 2010
Excerpt: It's very tempting to prejudge Call of Duty Black Ops - a first-person shooter set in, among other places, 1960s Vietnam - as a balk at recent California legislature that threatens to regulate the sale of video games to minors. It's violent.
Excerpt: As an Xbox 360 launch title Call of Duty 2 was certainly one of the best on the system, and even a year later it remains as one of the 360’s greatest games. A third instalment in the series was always a dead cert, and this time the authenticity of World War II has been brought to life by Treyarch,...
Conclusion: A game that feels more like a copy than a continuation of the series, plus the fact that the online never really took off means that it’s only worth a solitary playthrough at best. At least we can take solace in the fact that after this poor showing they got things spectacularly right for the fourth...
Conclusion: Although Call of Duty 3 feels exactly like the other games in the series, it's definitely the best looking WWII game we've seen. There's a ton of little details to help make the proceedings feel very realistic, from the depth of field blur that happens every time you use the iron sights on your...
Conclusion: The game modes of Scene It? Lights, Camera, Action are quite simple. One to four players can partake in either a long or short version of the game. A short game usually runs thirty minutes, while the Long game is at least an hour affair.
Conclusion: As good as can be expected campaign from the dying genre. Intensity did not last as long as the gameplay. Phenomenal multiplayer that’s unfortunately underrated. A great game…but please. Please! No more. It was great while it lasted.
Excerpt: When it comes to video games, gamers usually buy sequels for two reasons. The first is for the continuation of an epic story. Today it is hard to find a sequel that does a great job of continuing a story or even tout it as a selling point, so it's more likely that you'll buy a sequel for