Call of Duty 2 Review

It is hard to forget the original version of the PC installer of Call of Duty 2 –it came in several discs, but it was well worth it. The game was designed to run smoothly on a wide range of systems, and the gameplay was even better. You could crouch, lie down, and perform various tasks with very little practice with the game’s controls. Best of all, the AI was decent. While some were predictable (that really is how they go in single player modes), the AI managed to provide suppressing fire while trying to advance on you. This made battles more engaging and satisfying to complete.

Read more “Call of Duty 2 Review”

Call of Duty: World at War is an FPS Shooter Full of Action

There are plenty of ways to describe Call of Duty: World at War. It is engaging with the way that the narrative unfolds in a cinematic manner while putting you, the player into completely new locations rarely seen in FPS games set in WWII (there are plenty of missions in the Pacific and you are part of the Fall of Berlin). It is innovative, breaking away from the setting of Modern Warfare and coming back to the series’ more historic routes, and still managing to deliver a fresh experience (also, Nazi Zombies). But most importantly, this game is fun. Be it single or multiplayer mode, once you pick up this game, it will be hard to put it down.

Read more “Call of Duty: World at War is an FPS Shooter Full of Action”