Call Of Duty 2 Reviewed
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Macologist has posted a new review of Call of Duty 2, the continuation of the World War II themed first person shooter series. The game features both a single player campaign and online multiplayer action. Macologist gave the game a score of 4 out of 5.
From the review:
Multi-player action is where games like Call of Duty 2 shine. Nothing beats being part of a tight knit team as you lay down some smackage on your online opponents. Out of the box though, Call of Duty 2's online experience is a mixed bag. The lack of PunkBuster support basically allows unscrupulous players to use cheats and hacks such as aimbots, plus you'll rarely find any servers to play on. However, Aspyr recently released the long awaited 1.3 patch that fixed all of Call of Duty 2's shortcomings making the online section of this game a much more enjoyable experience. The patch brings a multitude of bug fixes as well as PunkBuster support and a couple of new maps thrown into the mix. Therefore, we highly recommend that you download this update and enjoy the online component as it was meant to be played.Check out the full review at the site below.
Macologist: Call of Duty 2 Review
The online experience of Call of Duty 2 is 'almost' perfect since the release of the 1.3 patch, but of course, players may still have some minor annoyances with PunkBuster, but to be honest they exist in most online games. Minor issues aside, this is the last thing you'll be thinking about once your heart is beating in your throat, desperately trying to locate your enemy whilst being the last player on your team.
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