Winning The War In Call Of Duty 2
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The Mac Companion has posted a review of Call of Duty 2, the latest in the popular World War II first person shooter series. CoD 2 allows players to step into the combat boots of soldiers in the Russian, British, and American forces as the single player campaign unfolds. Praising immersive gameplay and stunning graphics, The Mac Companion recommended Call of Duty 2 to anyone with a Mac capable of meeting the hefty requirements.
From the review:
Call of Duty 2 is an amazing game. You travel from Russia to Egypt and France throughout the 4 years of World War Two. Visit famous cities such as Moscow, Stalingrad and Normandy. Storm the beaches on D-Day or blow up a German King Tiger. You can do it all in this game. Most of the game is historically correct which adds even more interest to the story line. Building look very realistic and if a wall explodes, it looks just like it would in real life. All of the people look the same which was kind of weird because you shoot a German and you turn a corner to see the same person. But thatís understandable, because it would be very time consuming to design thousands of different faces. Also, people donít fall down the same way every time you kill them. This used to be a problem on computers and console games for years. Just a warning to younger children, there is blood and the violence may frighten them. The weapons are the weapons that all of the armies used to fight with in World War Two, such as the MP40 and the Thompson. They also looked like theyíre suppose to. Just everything about the setting looked and felt real.To check out the rest of the review head over to the site listed below.
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