Infinity Ward returns with more cinematic intensity and chaos than ever before, in World War II's most climactic battles. Join your squad and choose your Single Player missions, or go on-line for intense Multiplayer action.

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Storyline

The 3rd Reich has rose to power in the European Theatre; the allies have united and begun their assault on multiple fronts. I have boarded the crowded and disease-spreading cattle cars heading to the Russian front with my fellow comrades. With an M1 Carbine in my hand, and 15 bullets in my pocket, I hit the snow running. Welcome to Call Of Duty 2... The latest installment to the ever more popular Infinity Ward franchise WWII era first person shooter. Over the course of the years 1941-1945, including 27 equally challenging missions, you will take the role of infantry on all fronts of the war. Pushing the German offensive out of Russia, Africa, and straight to the homeland of Germany with an impressively intelligent squad of comrades at your side, and an assortment of weapons at your disposal. Written by Robert Bowling

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2006 Game Of The Year

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Action | War

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$14,500,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

The engine of the game is based on id Tech 3, which the previous game uses See more »

Goofs

In the final mission in the PC version of the game, "The Crossing Point," the player begins the game in an amtrak crossing the Rhine towards the town of Wallendar, Germany. The heading indicator at the bottom of the screen indicates the player is headed west when it should indicate east. See more »

Quotes

American Soldier: Kick their asses back to the fatherland!
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Crazy Credits

At the end of the credits, there is a disclaimer that says "no cows were harmed in the making of this game". This is a reference to the dead cows seen in almost all levels of the game. See more »

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Follows Call of Duty (2003) See more »

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Just another WW2 Shooter... I think not!
3 January 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

All I can say is wow! WW2 games were really starting to get old at this point. Do you really wanna storm Normandy Beach on D-Day once again? Hell Yeah! The graphics are incredible the lighting effects make for an amazing experience, but it is still a FPS, (First Person Shooter) like any it becomes somewhat repetitive wishing levels were over much before they are. The game makes up for this in it's difficulty the notorious veteran mode had me stumped on the game for almost 2 and 1/2 months. Not that you'll want to replay the game anytime after you beat it for the first time. It needs a good 6th month break before picking it up again. The partial reason this game seems so great is that it takes a well know genre and steps it up a few notches. It is an improvement for its' predecessor and the genre in general. 8/10


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