Written on: 21/02/2010 by chernij (14 reviews written)
My first thoughts of the game were, "Wow, these graphics are great for a DS game". Although the controls are hard to get used to initially, the gameplay itself makes up for it. Not the best AI in the game, but not too shabby none the less. (read more)
Written on: 07/08/2008 by lewigy (4 reviews written)
The DS just shouldn't be cabable of such a fast paced/graphicly superb game like Call Of Duty 4. The controls are simple and effective, but can take 10 mins or so to get used to. I've got a PSP with Brothers in arms D-Day, its total PAP compared to Call Of Duty on DS. All I was expecting was a simple shooter that I could take with me on the DS whilst sat a trains etc BUT what i found and was blown away with was a fully playable graphicly jaw dropping war sim. You ride on the back of a HUM-V... (read more)
Written on: 19/03/2008 by thespicycabbage (12 reviews written)
The game is innovative. This is the first game I have seen for the Nintendo DS that uses a stylus to play literally "hands-on". The game is very action packed but at times becomes ridiculous.
For example: The player will move the stylus by lifting it up and placing it at a different point in the touch pad for faster and more convenient aiming. However, the game will regard this as initiating Aim Down Sight(ADS or Iron Sight). When in the middle of a firefight, this proves to be most... (read more)
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