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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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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$14,500,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

The Sherman tanks that appear in the game are M4A3 vehicles. This is evidenced by the tank model having the M4A3-style backplate and bottom-mounted exhaust, along with a distinctive top grille on the engine deck.

The M4A3 Sherman eventually became the US Army's preferred Sherman variant, seeing service in several forms until the early 1960s, where they were finally decommissioned. See more »

Goofs

During the mission "Desert Fox", A Stuart Tank is observed destroying a German Tiger Tank by hitting it's frontal armor, knocking it out with one shot. It would be practically impossible for a Stuart to penetrate the frontal armor of a Tiger, from any range. See more »

Quotes

[repeated line]
American soldier: Let's go get the bastards!
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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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Followed by Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (2007) See more »

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The first and only COD I have ever played.
13 June 2012 | by See all my reviews

First off, I know I am only asking to have people dislike my review as I am going against the grain and when one tends to do that to a video game none of your points are taken. They see you do not rank their favorite game until the sequel comes out low, and this for reasons tear a person up inside. I like Final Fantasy games, but I do not care if others do to the point of dismissing that person's opinion all together. Still, I know what I am in for, but I shall press on and say, this game just did not make for an enjoyable game playing experience. It looked stunning, and I did enjoy it a bit at first, but it was just a game I could not get into and none of the commercials of the later games makes me want to play them.

This was one of the first games I played on the Xbox 360, which is why I initially enjoyed it. It showcased the new systems power quite well as the graphics were stunning. Very crisp to say the least. The game is your standard first person shooter, however, and this is a genre I am not a big fan of. I see why others like it, I just am not crazy about it...just as others out there hate RPGs and such. You run around with only your gun present and you are constantly being hit which in real life would be a one way ticket to a hospital or grave, but your guy can withstand quite the onslaught of bullets and shrapnel and can be completely healed by a first aid kit. If only thing progressed like this in the real world, wars would last infinitely as long as conveniently placed first aid kits and ammo was scattered throughout the world. The game is divided into different areas and you take on the role of a different soldier in each level or front of a World War II battle. You have a different goal each time, and this is probably another reason why I did not care for the game as much as others. I prefer to have a more interconnecting story. Here you must battle in one place and another as a different person each time. I do not know why this did not work for me, I am a bit insane if that helps explain.

All through the game you are killing others in this very detailed environment. It is a bit strange that this Call of Duty game is rated T rather than M. I am also not a big fan of first person shooters where you kill other soldiers. I prefer an alien or monster force to oppose, which is why I sort of liked the first Halo game and Resistance. Very strange here as I like horror films and such, but for some reason I am just not a big fan of killing people in war situations in games. Another thing I cannot explain.

So, it was not an entirely bad game, it had some good points and I certainly see why so many enjoy this game and the series even. This just is not for me is all and I have to rank it according to my enjoyment. It was fun for awhile, but it did not last and thus why I never have and most likely never will play any of the newer games. That and they rely more on online play which I am also not a big fan of. I prefer doing games solo and the game providing me entertainment with its story and missions, not ones I and a group of strangers has to create. I prefer the old school classic games these days to most of the newer stuff being produced, once again just an opinion and a sign I am getting old...now I am sad, but this game is not. If you like FPS games then give it a try, if not steer clear.


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