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12/11/05
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PLAYERS 1- 32 
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T Contains Blood, Violence

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In a War, No One Fights Alone.

By: XboxLiveLover
December 11th, 2005

Call of Duty is a must have game for any gamers collection.

Call of Duty, the game of the year for 2003 and one of the best World War II games ever created, is a must have for every gamer who enjoys playing first person shooters and WWII themed games.

What makes Call of Duty stand out from the rest is the feel of the cinematic strength of WWII’s heroic battles. Those battles include D-Day, the Russian Charge at Stalingrad and the Battle for Berlin.

Simply put, the campaign mode for Call of Duty is very intense. You are constantly being bombarded with lots of different and difficult situations in the game that forces you the gamer to use your gaming skills to the max.

As you progress in the campaign you move to three different militaries, the United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Army. But each country has scenarios and offer different conflicts than the rest.

If the campaign doesn’t sound good enough for you, then the graphics and music will get you hooked. The graphics in the game are solid but what really gets your emotions going is the music in the game, words can’t describe the feeling you get from the listening to the music in the game.

Even though the campaign mode, the graphics and the music is great, what really makes Call of Duty one of the best games of 2003 is the multiplayer mode. There are a lot multiplayer game types to choose from and all are very fun and you just get hooked into playing it more and more.

In conclusion, Call of Duty just hits the spot. The powerful battlefield moments puts the gamer where the heat of the action is, capturing the pandemonium of a battle like never before.

Call of Duty is one great game.

What’s right:
The campaign and multiplayer are very fun and engaging.
 
What’s wrong:
Better multiplayer maps for online play.


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