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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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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Sgt Glenn 'Hawk' Hawkins (voice)
... Miscellaneous Voices (voice)
... Pvt. Alvin "Brooklyn" Bloomfield (voice)
... Pvt. McCloskey (voice)
... Miscellaneous voices (voice)
... Pvt. Manny Castillo (voice) (as Rene Moreno)
... Pvt. Stephen Kelly (voice)
... (voice) (as Josh Gomez)
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... (voice) (as J.D. Cullum)
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... Captain Price (voice)
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... (voice) (as Matt Linquist)


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


Action | War


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25 October 2005 (USA)  »

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$14,500,000 (estimated)
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Did You Know?


Call of Duty 2 became a part of the Xbox One backwards compatibility program on August 23rd, 2016. Even though this is just the Xbox 360 version running on Xbox One hardware, Call of Duty 2 sees a massive performance boost when played on Xbox One. The game utilizes a double framebuffer to where the frame rate will hard lock to 30fps if a consistent 60fps cannot be maintained, which happened often on Xbox 360. Now when played on Xbox One the game's frame rate is locked to 60fps. See more »


At the end of the British mission, "Prisoners of War", Captain Price tells you to retrieve the German lorry to transport the wounded men, he calls you "Corporal Davies" (clearly you are a Sergeant). And when you come back with the lorry he says "Bloody fine work Sergeant". See more »


Russian Soldier: [giving the location of the German sniper to Vassili] Red building, second floor!
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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 »


Followed by Call of Duty: Black Ops (2010) See more »

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Simple but great fun!
14 October 2006 | by See all my reviews

This was my first 360 game and it did not disappoint. Although it hasn't used the 360's full arsenal of high tech abilities it has everything you need for an extremely enjoyable FPS (first person shooter) This hasn't incorporated any special button trickery and is pretty straight forwards from unwrapping to fragging, so its good to have a friend over for a game as well! The details in the graphics are amazing too, and i found my self in awe at some of the battles unfolding before my eyes, and no cheesy cut scenes, your in there, watching everything as it happens, trying to get to cover and trying to get out of harms way.

Thats another thing this game has, it feels real, i know you can get shot a few times and not die, but i don't mean realistic, i mean it feels like your in the battle.

When a tank rolls in you want to get out the way, you fear that turret of death, you slowly come to associate with the band of brothers around you and come to hate the Nazi's. When you see a MG32 nest slaughtering your mates, you feel for them and get out of whatever pit your hiding in and start shooting. This is the only game I've found myself feeling slightly scared at how worked up it makes me feel.

The multi player game is great fun, although no amount of skill can save you from the sheer luck that seems to befall you, which comes into play in single player as well. there's just a few frantic moments in this game which really annoy me, silly little things like your gun moving slower than the guy running away from your sights, like about to be diving into cover when discovering you have been stuck on some random object which gets you killed. Also the amount of times that the enemy knows your there gets a bit disheartening, especially when your on hard mode and have five angry Huns armed with large calibre rifles knowing your every move.

Other than these small nuisances, this is a fantastic game, with the most realistic smoke effects I've ever seen. And you can have an amazing array of tactics and freedom through it as well, either smoking and running in, or flanking your enemies, your allies seem to respond instinctively to what your trying to achieve and help you with it, whilst your enemies too, slowly adapt to your strategies.

Its also great in the fact that your not a super human soldier, you can die in as many shots as your enemies can, and are as likely to get hit by a wry grenade as any other grunt, but have the ability to regenerate. This is great as it means you don't feel like some sort of super soldier, but one of the lads getting done over by your enemies, yet you seem to have a real impact on battles, despite being so mortal.

There are also some great scenes, such as a level where you are falling back, fighting your enemy until compromised then falling back to the next position until your at your last stand. Then another scene where you are to hold out on top of a hill you will end up loathing, and loving. All of these are amazingly well done, with a running commentary from several of your friends voices that become familiar and comforting throughout the game.

This game might not have the best graphics, or the most original storyline or situations, you might even be quite limited in your range of movements on the battlefield, but this game has something others don't. Its literally like being in a film, but having an active role, although it is let down by some unsavoury moments involving bunkers and inescapable grenades that make you want to scream, its a riot of fun too, whether your looking for a solid FPS to frag on or something to mess about on with your mates, this will have it.

It even has some replay value, just for certain battles though.

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