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So much more than war...
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The recent blog, Peace in the Era of Call of Duty  really made me think about war games that dig deeper than simply a kill streak reward. The first game that came to mind was Spec-Ops: The Line and although I haven’t played it, I began to wonder if it did the war genre as...

Call of Duty Member Review for the PC

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02/17/07
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COD: PC

What could I say about Call of Duty that has not already been said.  For a FPS, this game rocks.

And I'm not a FPS fan at all.

From your first mission, you are grabbed by the balls, or ovaries, and thrown into WWII from a grunts point of view. As you progress though the missions, you are met with gun toting nazi, that would just love to fill you full of lead.

Thus, you must feel inclined to return the favor.  That what I like about this game, the sheer chaos of weapon fire, crashing airplanes, and the sheer number of troops. I even felt a bit of sadness as watching my own platoon member get ripped by a gernade.

Whats really gets me going about this game, is the size of it. Three diffrent campaings, American, British, Russian. Each branch has 12 or more mission. Whoa. LOVE IT!!!

And the weapons are exactly how they would have been in WWII. From the Americans M1 rifile, to the germans Au.33 Awsome.

But, a great game like this has some flaws. Small, but still a problem.  While the graphics are super special, the unit AI is about as smart as a Bul with Mad Cow disease.

Your going to spend more time trying to get your fellow groupies to clear your line of fire, and watching them being ripped by hidden machine gun fire. While they are not the smartest of the bunch, your CO actually does a pretty good job of clearning out enemies, everyone else is cannon fodder.

Also, the missions are extremly linar, there is not much room for exploration... Just head to your mission objectives, and kill nazis along the way. This is fun for a while, but by the second compaign, its a little boring...

Also, theres hardly ever been a FPS from the Nazi's point of view... sad.

Anyway, these smal flaws will to little to stop someone from fully enjoying this immense game.

Enjoy it, its only a matter of time till the next one comes out!

 


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