Written on: 08/10/2007 by devilmaster2001 (1 review written)
it was a brilliant game, where it is as fast or slow as you want. From the speed of the common soldier, charging with rifle to the sniper who can be slow and deadly and also make the battle harder for the enemy... enjoyed internet best two missions to be in. Modern weapon in the map of Dawnville or the missions in capture the flag with the map of Foy. (read more)
Written on: 16/09/2006 by gingerjackuk (1 review written)
Call of Duty is a brilliant PC game! It has brilliant graphics, and you can never get fed up with it, as there is are excellent multiplayer online modes. Great storyline as well. It is occasionally jumpy gameplay, but it's very rare. Well worth buying. I would definitely recommend. (read more)
Written on: 09/04/2005 by The Guitar Man (4 reviews written)
Call of Duty Tip: Buy this game, if you don't own it you have no idea what your missing. It's amazing graphics, tremendous sound and great game play will keep you occupied for months and months or maybe years. (read more)
Written on: 09/12/2004 by TOMLEECEE (120 reviews written)
Call of Duty is the best WWII first person shooter ever made. It beats Medal of Honour hands down with superior graphics, excellent weapon balance and great artificial intelligence from your comrades.
You get to play Call of Duty in 3 episodes, through the eyes of a British, Russian and American soldier. Each chapter is markedly different as you get to use weapons specific to that army and take part in county-specific weapons (such as defending Stalingrad as a Russian). The firefights can... (read more)
Written on: 11/11/2004 by British 241 (11 reviews written)
Call of Duty is a very good game. However I noticed that it likes to spoof other war films and put you in that role. For example the Russian part of the game is entirely based around "Enemy at the gates" and the American part is based on the "Band of Brothers series". However this does not put you off too much.
It is a typical first person shooter game, very similar to Medal of Honor, but with better graphics and of course the squad fighting part.
This is what seperates Medal of Honor and... (read more)
Written on: 13/10/2004 by hannahsh
With broadband Call of Duty is simply stunning for online gaming. Even at nearly 40 I just love it and I don't play many games nowadays. No idea what the single player option is like - never played it. (read more)
Written on: 30/09/2004 by handypiecannon (8 reviews written)
Call of Duty is a good old FPS (first person shooter). It could be considered as similar to the Medal of Honour Games. However, I believe Call of Duty is one of the BEST games I have ever played because you actually FEEL like you're fighting in a war. The only way the developers could make this game any more real would be to put a "scratch and sniff" pad in the box. But really.... You start as an infantryman in the American army. After being parachuted down into France you begin your... (read more)
Written on: 10/09/2004 by bigadz7 (11 reviews written)
Call of Duty is a fantastic, though short game. You fight in various authentic locations but for me the best were Bastogne with the U.S. airborne, the Parachute Regiment at Pegasus bridge and at Stalingrad with the Russians, truly Epic battles. You get a sense of occasion, particularly at Stalingrad where you are given ammunition and no rifle and told you will be shot if you step backwards. You eventually pick up a rifle from a fallen comrade. I was killed many times trying to get up to the... (read more)
Written on: 26/05/2004 by handypiecannon (8 reviews written)
Watched Enemy at the gate? Liked it? Then you will LOVE Call of Duty! Possibly the only FPS to recruit you in the Russian army, as well as the American and English! The Multiplayer is insane! Although your computer must be competent enough you run it, and broadband is strongly advised, this game will have you hooked! Choose what weapon you want, then your launched into an intense battlefield with up to 50 other human players running around! This game is perfect, the most realistic, AND... (read more)
Written on: 25/02/2004 by MONKMAN (6 reviews written)
Call of Duty is by far the best WW2 fps ever. Medal Of Honour has forever been knocked from the top spot of world war 2 shooters. no game has matched COD in really creating a sense of fighting in world war 2, and in really created a sense of teamwork.
Its like playing a video game version of band of brothers, its absolutely brilliant.
Also I feel it is to be commendated for remembering that other countries besides america actually fought in the war as you get to play as the Russians and the... (read more)
Written on: 11/01/2004 by brains (36 reviews written)
Call of Duty is a truly great game, I enjoyed every moment of each level. The graphics were smooth & full of detail,I had no problems running this game,I have 128meg nvida graphics card, XP2800 Athion processer with 512meg of ram. (read more)
Written on: 07/01/2004 by Paul Dawes (2 reviews written)
I brought Call Of Duty after reading other reviews, was extremely impressed and totaly hooked, then it finished !!!!! although to be fare i did complete it on the easiest setting (it took approx 10 hrs)and you can obviously replay it in other modes of difficulty.
Advice to anyone who buys it, dont take easy option go for a higher diffuculty level and you will love it !!! (read more)
Written on: 10/12/2003 by hitto (2 reviews written)
Call Of Duty ROCKS . Lock and load boys and girls because its a fast paced super cool shooter of a game . Lovely graphics that outshine MOHAA . Fantastic gameplay and superb team AI in the single player game . Your platoon buddies give you cover and shout orders - excellent !
Missions are wildly different, from an airborne glider based attack as a british paratrooper to slogging through the sewers of stalingrad as a russian .
A lot of the missions are clearly influenced by classic films... (read more)
Written on: 04/12/2003 by Xerxes (2 reviews written)
Call of Duty is a great fun game, endlessly inventive and original with a real 'in-the-thick-of-battle' feel to it, but, sadly, let down by lousy programming, animation and general motion smoothness - no matter what the tech setting selected. (read more)
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