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Call Of Duty 2

Released on 04 November 2005

Rating: 16+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (11 customer reviews) | Write a review

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The sequel to the award-winning Call of DutyTM, Call of Duty 2 is powered by a proprietary new engine featuring striking new visuals, advanced A.I. technology, the most realistic squad combat and explosive action in new historic campaigns.
Call of Duty 2 lets players experience four individual soldier stories as they overcome insurmountable odds in multiple campaigns. Players have the freedom to follow each of the four storylines through for the ultimate character-driven experience, or they can engage in the historic battles chronologically for quick hitting action.
Squads now have the freedom to take on a variety of mission objectives, on expansive battlefields that allow for multiple paths and the ability to utilize actual combat tactics like outflanking and fire and maneuver capabilities.
Call of Duty 2's new engine and A.I. technology set the stage for authentic squad combat and astonishing action. Concealment can be key as battlefield smoke or even deployed smoke grenades cloud visibility. Weather effects such as the dusty sandstorms of North Africa and whiteout blizzard conditions of Russia, for example, will keep soldiers glued to their bunkers. The team has also employed a state-of-the-art Battle Chatter System that brings the action to life as squad-mates bark out context-sensitive updates in real-time to players through an advanced A.I. system.

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 Average rating (11 reviews)


| | See all salsasauce's reviews (10)

this game has amzing muliplayer. you could play this everyday for a year and not get bored. the online gameplay is so unique it keeps you hooked. i find that the guns and their aiming is a big part of why this game is so good, its not like on bf2 where even if u r aiming at a guy and shooting u cant seem to hit him on this, where u aim is where ur bullet hits..........BUY THIS GAME IF U DONT HAVE IT!!!! U WONT REGRET IT!!!!!!!

 Runs on my Vista PC

| | See all BlueAndWhiteArmy's reviews (1)

I have an AMD Quad Core with 4MB memory machine and NVidia 8600 256 MB card.
I first got into war games with Brothers In Arms: Road To Hill 30. That was only a few weeks back and gave me a whole new take on what it must have been like to fight in the war !
I had heard the CoD series was considered the best WW2 game so got hold of the demo and loved it. They I found the full game on a pre-owned shelf for less than £4 - how could I resist ! Just started playing it and no real problems running on Vista - just once I have had a problem with grahics 'lag'. It seemed to freeze maybe 10 times, came back to life at the same point it froze, so continuity was not broken.
My only other comment - and I'm still in the middle of the Brittish campaigns, so only half way through the game - But I did find the Russian campaign very confusing as to where you were supposed to be heading so often found myself not knowing which way to head. I'm sure on one mission I was asked to locate a gun and take out the oppenents 'big gun' and while I was still trying to find my way it came up 'mission complete', but I never found a gun !
The Brittish campaigns have been easier to follow the objectives so maybe it was just a learning curve and I'll get on better what I play the Russian campaigns again.
Don't get me wrong - it is a good game, just felt I was chasing my Russian teamates without knowing what I was doing half the time.

 Intense and Very Playable

| | See all PublicDisturbance's reviews (33)

This was the first PC game i played in about 5 years, i used to hate PC gaming because my old PC was terrible. I built my own high end PC and this was the first game i played, it blew me away, the graphics, the gameplay, the intensity and the hyper realism all mixed together make an epic game.

Far better than the new MOH game, by far. That game was too short, this isn't at all, and being able to play 3 different soldiers stories is a brilliant idea. Even when completed you can go back to this game again and again.

The only downside i can think of is that they didn't release call of duty 3 on the PC, hmm maybe that'll happen later on, like releasing halo 2 years after it was released on xbox lol.

 The best WW2 game. Period.

| | See all MichaelSchizoid's reviews (15)

Right, I just have to say if you want fast paced, frantic and fantastic World War 2 action, look no further. It's not exactly the most realistic game (look for Brothers In Arms if you want that) but nothing can compare with the suspense that this game creates.

You are practically thrown in at the deep end when you start single player as you start off as a Russian in an infantry division which comes under attack by Germans, as soon as 2 minutes in you are blowing up half-tracks and shooting Germans in the face. Now that's awesome.

It may be almost four years old but the graphics can still hold up to the recent Call of Duty games as this game was a graphical beast when it came out, I had to run this thing on the lowest graphics all that time ago and to come back and play it at full graphics is like playing an entire new game.

I don't need to say any more apart from buy this game.

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Rating16+ (PEGI)