The trailers and intro show the American campaign focusing on the 101st Airborne. In game, the player is in the 1st infantry Division and the 761st tank division. See more »
Sgt. Benny Church:
So, we're looking for a bridge that probably isn't even there?
Lt. Chuck Walker:
A bridge would provide a direct link for the Allies to cross through the Rhine. The Krauts aren't stupid enough to let that happen.
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Ending credits shows an interview with Brian Johnson, who talks about his father who was in the Desert Rats. See more »
Call of Duty: Finest Hour is indeed fine. With awesome details, a wide variety of weapons, one of the best soundtracks I have ever heard, and the always fun to use tool: the grenade, CoD Finest Hour is a game i'd recommend to anyone who wants a good FPS or is just simply fascinated with WWII. Like all of the Call of Duty games save Big Red One, this game takes you into a field unlike Medal of Honor: the ability to take control of a non-American soldier. Most of the games I have played place you as an American, but...hello, other countries were involved. Anyways, one of the reasons I like this game is because of its soundtrack and its last mission. The soundtrack is marvelous, especially the music played on the last level, and it ads to the mood of the mission, something other games fail to do. Though this game can be beaten in a day or two, switch it on hard and you will have a challenge like no other. With this said, enlist and go buy Call of Duty: Finest Hour and teach Gerry a lesson.
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