The single player is modeled after the Normandy breakout, where the British, Canadian, Polish, US, and French forces pushed into the village of Chambois, France. Unlike most other games in ... See full summary »

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Pierre LaRoche (voice)
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Soldier on the Cover (voice)
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Guzzo (voice)
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Ben Diskin ...
Huxley (voice)
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Lucky Rudde - London (voice)
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Marcel (voice)
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The single player is modeled after the Normandy breakout, where the British, Canadian, Polish, US, and French forces pushed into the village of Chambois, France. Unlike most other games in the Call of Duty series, the events in Call of Duty 3 are based on a single combined campaign, with the player being switched between the four nations and their respective characters for each leg of the story. Written by Thanos Milios

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Action | Adventure

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Captain Price returned in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (2007), making this the only "Call of Duty" game in which he doesn't appear, excluding "side stories" (Call of Duty Finest Hour and Big Red One). See more »

Goofs

Besides the main characters the shoulder ranks are incorrect... for example you will see people with "SGT." in their name, however they only have one stripe. They also messed up on the Private/ Private First Class Insignias. In World War II the private had no insignia at all, and the PFC had 1 stripe. Example: PFC Guzzo has one stripe, however all other PVTs in your squad have 1 stripe too. See more »

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Dixon: Today we're on a secret mission to get coffee and doughnuts. Problem is, Jerries drank all the coffee and ate all the doughnuts. So we gotta go kick their asses.
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Followed by Call of the Dead (2011) See more »

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An good spin-off of the best WWII series ever
14 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This game is pretty good, but I liked both Call of Duty 2's better. But this was still a good game. The only thing that I think is bad about it is that there only 13 levels. In Call of Duty, there were 27, and in Call of Duty: Big Red One, there were 14. I would have given this a ten, but I took one star off for that. I also took one star off because at first, the levels seem like they are long, but after you play them for a while, you start to get bored and you realize that the levels aren't that long. I took another star off for that. But the rest of the game is pretty good. It has a really good story that follows the campaign that followed D-Day, and the battles through France between the Americans, British, Scottish, French, Polish, and Canadians against the Germans. It's a pretty good game that, I thought, was kind of a sad ending. Another good thing about it is that instead of fighting and finishing one campaign at a time, you switch off between missions between factions. This was a pretty good game. 8/10.


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