The Call of Duty series is a benchmark for first-person shooters. The first title refreshed the already-tired World War II setting by added a gripping gameplay-based narrative, while the second was an important launch title for the Xbox 360. The newest chapter in the series, Call of Duty 4, is a new standard for the series and the genre. Set in modern times, the title breaks the mold of previous CoD titles in other ways as well. Most intriguing is its online 'character' development system, which takes some of the great ideas used in Battlefield 2 to the next level. Though the game suffers somewhat from overly-familiar gameplay in the single-player component, you'll probably be too busy gawking at the scenery to care. Read on for my impressions of this extremely attractive series update.
Call of duty 4 is a classical game that has gone on for 5 years or so. It is mixed with combat and dialog.The game is based on 2 young fighters called soap mc tavish and srg paul johnson. The goverments that they work for have traked down a villan who has planed to destroy half of thge population in america so he can declare war on them.