Call of Duty 2 Reviewed
7:56 AM | Blake Buck | 10 comments
Gamespot recently posted a review of Infinity Ward's latest World War II opus, Call of Duty 2. Following in the footsteps of the original Call of Duty, which was released on the Mac by Aspyr Media, COD2 puts you in the many exciting battles of WWII. From the Gamespot review:
Call of Duty 2 is just about everything you would hope for and expect from the sequel to one of the most successful World War II shooters of all time. Its varied campaign, excellent sound and gameplay design, and generally good AI make it a worthy successor to the original. At the same time, though, it's still a World War II shooter, and if you've grown weary of them, then Call of Duty 2's lack of new material might turn you away. It can also be murderous on your computer if you have modest hardware. What Call of Duty 2 does do well is nail down just about all aspects that define an ideal first-person shooter. If you liked the original and have been thirsting for more, Call of Duty 2 will definitely deliver that.While Call of Duty 2 has not been announced on the Mac, given the popularity of the original and Aspyr's strong relationship with EA Games and Infinity Ward, a port is a definite possibility.
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Gamespot Article - Call of Duty 2 Review
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