Call of Duty 3 Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 8.3/10

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Call of Duty 3 Reviews

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Game Chronicles Magazine 9.8/10 Nov 08 '06
Game Freaks 365 8.7/10 Dec 08 '06
GameDaily 10/10 Nov 09 '06
Gaming Excellence 8.3/10 Mar 06 '07
Inside Hotwire 3D 8.5/10 Nov 12 '06
MS Xbox World 8.5/10 Nov 13 '06
Strategy Informer 8.3/10 Dec 20 '06
The Armchair Empire 8.5/10 Jan 03 '06
Thunderbolt 7/10 May 22 '07
Worthplaying 8.6/10 Nov 28 '06
Xbox360achievements 70% Apr 19 '08 77/100 Nov 30 '06
EuroGamer 7/10 Nov 09 '06
Gamers hell 9.0/10 Nov 30 '06
GameSpot 8.8/10 Nov 08 '06
Gamespy 3.5/5 Nov 10 '06
IGN 360 8.8/10 Nov 08 '06
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Call of Duty 3 Previews

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GameDaily Jun 17 '06
GameDaily Oct 17 '06
IGN 360 Oct 06 '06
Inside Hotwire 3D Aug 06 '06
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"If you're only interested in the offline game and have maybe had your fill of WWII action, then Call of Duty 3 won't be for you. It's too stuck in its ways to provide any meaningful progression to the genre, and of the changes it has made to the gameplay, frankly none of them are worth getting excited about. Maybe if you're a committed fan then you'll be happy to overlooked the many criticisms we've jabbed in the chest of Call of Duty 3. Maybe you'll think we've gone raving mad for thinking the single-player's no better than a six out of ten, but no change there. It's much easier, though, to praise the advancements made to the multiplayer side of the game, where every new addition and every change is one that will help make it even more popular. If you spend a lot of your time online, then it's far more than a consolation 'bonus mode' to make up for the lacklustre single player offering - it's without doubt one of the better online games that console gaming has offered us all year."
"With 32 player online multi-player, split-screen offline multi-player and system link, as well as a relatively long single-player, this is one of the few next-gen games that can be justified for the $60 price tag. If you need a second choice shooter after Gears of War on Xbox 360 or Resistance on PS3, Call of Duty 3 should be your pick."
"Some glitches keep the game from being technically perfect (a floating apple and character bodies passing through walls comes to mind), but none of them mar the overall experience. WWII videogames dominate the retail space, but Call of Duty 3 beats them into submission, sits atop its shooter's throne, and demands respect. Bravo Activision!"
"Though it plays nearly identical to Call of Duty 2, Call of Duty 3 is a fantastic game with beautiful graphics and top-notch sound."
"Instead, Call of Duty 3 centers around one very specific instance in World War II. The game has players following Polish, Canadian, American, and British troops in the battle for Chambois, one of the most successful (and most needed, quite frankly) pincer attacks in WWII. As the player, you'll be commanding each of the armies from mission to mission, switching between each of the groups in a massive swooping maneuver to pinch off the German Panzer forces -- the most elite German forces at the time -- in an attempt to choke out the Axis blitzkrieg that, until then, was devastating to allied forces. For the very first time, Call of Duty 3 is putting players in multiple view-points from the same main battle, as each group (and mission) will be working toward one ultimate goal. This means you'll be commanding the American front, moving then to the Polish armored division, jumping over to the Canadians for the 4th Armored Division and Grenediers, and over to the British to close the gate. It's multiple campaigns, each running simultaneously, serving to complete one overall objective."