Call of Duty (2003)

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You play as three different Allied nations: the Americans, the British, and the Russians. From 1944 to 1945, you must answer the call of duty and defeat the domination-bent Germans.

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Keith Arem

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Michael Schiffer (scriptwriter)

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9 October 2012 | swedzin
10
| One of the best FPS of all time!
A friend of mine gave me this game years ago, I loved all those World War 2 video games... just like Wolfenstein 3D and Return to Castle Wolfenstein, or perhaps Medal of Honor. And Call of Duty beat them all! Call of Duty is definitively one of the best World War 2 FPS games ever made! And finally to see playing not only with the Americans, but also with Russians and British. Every, I mean every, (well almost every) mission is filled with high voltage, intense action, I mean, only one sound and the entire level turns into a bullet/explosions/bombs festival. The game also offers a pretty rational amount of reality, which is cool, you can't carry 10 weapons, only 3, pistol, machine gun/shotgun and grenade, use them wisely. There are some weapons that are good, some of them sucks, well it depends how you get used to it. I enjoyed every campaign, especially with Russians, their missions are extremely exciting, but... I don't like how they depicted Russians on the beginning of their campaign... they were too dark. Stalin was a crazy bastard for sure, but he needed every soldier available. But, that's not matter now. OK, for the end, gameplay, graphics, music score, everything is great, this game is the real deal. Get one and live through a powerful action.

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