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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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 | War

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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 »

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In the game, the Lee Enfield can be reloaded whenever the player chooses. In reality, the rifle had to be reloaded in clips of five. See more »

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Corporal Keith: The only thing the French are good at is surrendering... and kissing.
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Follows Call of Duty: Finest Hour (2004) See more »

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Stop the horror...
7 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I've always liked the Call of duty games. But I totally raised my expectations after Call of duty 2. It was realistic in every matter. But the usual way it worked was one game on Pc, one on console. and the one on PC rocked and console was bad to Okay. Then COD 2 came out for Xbox 360 and it became one crappy game for current and one awesome for next gen. But then--then they had to go and release COD 3 for all consoles. The same stupid game. This game is a lot worse than COD 2. Guns aren't realistic and AI is scripted. This game is like a cheap downsize for the COd series. It is still a moderately fun thrill ride with decent current gen graphics and great next gen graphics but my expectations are too high for this cheap add on to the COD series. I believe this was nothing more than a rushed pay off to make some cash. It's fun but not good enough for me. Good: Fun thrill ride story, Great graphic (XB360 & PS3) Bad: Cheap rush, infinity ward didn't make it, activision did.... Same: All the Ps2, Xbox and now current gen call of duties. Stick to The Pc games and the Call of duty 2 for XB360. 5/10 for low upgrade. This is supposed to be a sequel. The only new thing is the interactiveness ingame fighting and etc. Enjoy! I didn't....


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