|Call of Duty (The War Collection Edition) (Xbox 360, 2010) (2010)|
|Call of Duty The War Collection Edition Xbox 360 World at War COD 2 3 Rare Set|
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|The Call Of Duty: The War Collection is exclusively for Xbox 360 platform. With complete versions of Call of Duty 2, Call of Duty 3 and Call of Duty: World at War, this Xbox 360 video game makes for an absolute package for action games. This action game lets you experience the mind-boggling team-based online multiplayer action of Axis v/s Allies. Play this action game all alone or couple your strength with a buddy or two as the game offers you a capacity of additional three players. You can destroy the soft-cover hideouts like crates and barrels of your enemies with realistic environmental physics of the Call Of Duty: The War Collection. With multiple settings like the Russian war-torn streets, the cliffs of Pointe du Hoc and the North African sands, this Xbox 360 video game assures you splendid gaming experience.|
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Call of Duty has got to be one of the greatest first person shooter titles out there. I used to have a copy of this game but sadly, lost it after lending it out to a friend. The single player campaigns in this game are exciting and will keep you glued to your chair. However at times they do feel a little scripted. For a game released back in 2003, it still looks good and the best part is, you don't need a super fast computer to play it. Multiplayer is one of the biggest fun factors of this game. With 6 multiplayer game modes including free for all, team death match, and capture the flag, online play never gets old and there are still a mega ton of servers out there that host this game. I highly recommend Call of Duty for anybody looking to play a great first person shooter. No pc gamer should be without it!
I already own one retail copy and COD is one of the few games I've played from start to finish. I think the greatest aspect of the game is your game character is not the "center of the universe" in each battle scene. If your gameplay is off there is a great chance your squad mates will still prevail. Its great to be part of the action but not necessarily the target of every shot fired by the Germans. That's refreshing because your character is not carrying the weight of WW2 on his shoulders. You're just one of the many "dog faces" doing your job everyday in a man made hell. Kick Adolph's can and get back home again. Sure COD is an old game but I bought a second copy so I could set up a lan server and play against my son who fancies himself to be some hot-shot gamer. Console gamer, yes. PC gamer, no way. Pops is going to kick his can just like he did Adolph's. Gimme a mouse and keyboard any day.
I bought this PC game for those times when my wife is working late or I just need some stress relief.
I'ts a great first person shooter game about WWII. It even takes you do different battlefronts and lets you participate from different countries' point of view of the war.
I have not had any problems with this used game. It somes with 2 disks and I have not even come close to finishing the 1st one with about 7 hours of play on it, so far.
If you like the "Medal of Honor" series, and you can find it, BUY THIS GAME!
Call Of Duty is absolutely for players who prefer the WWII era of games. Seeing as I bought Call Of Duty2 before I bought and played the original , I
had alot more to compare this game to. As far as being equivalent to COD2 , it
definately is just as good. The best parts about any of the COD games is that
the games play smoothly and uninterupted by anything , not like other games
such as Metal Of Honor-Pacific Assault where the requirements are vastly different from one expansion pack to the other. It speaks volumes that COD commits itself to the players by allowing them to follow the series without having to upgrade a PC. Call Of Duty "IS" the best WWII series , as it also caused other game makers to produce a much more realistic looking HUD to screen atmosphere in 2007 releases to compete with their popularity. Not to mention that COD produces the same consistancy between the single player campaigns and the online play throughout the series as well. Keeping the WWII era theme , and building on that alone.
If you are new to COD , or even a veteran of COD , and enjoy them all , you
should buy a copy of (Conflict - Global Terror) , and don't let the price fool
you , it is a great game that fits right into any collection of war games like
COD , even surpassing some of its great features without falling short.
I got this game during it's early years. I played it both single player and on a local network for several years until the Expansion United Offensive came out. I have not been disappointed with any of the CoD PC games I have purchased and and look forward to any new versions that may come on the market. I played medal of Honor games until these came out but have rarely fired those up since. CoD has better graphics, better maps and a more realistic feel. New maps are available online which have added continued enjoyment throughout the years. The prone feature is frustrating only because of the fact that it gets prohibited in critical parts of a fire fight.