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Call of Duty Reviews (N-Gage)

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AceGamez (Feb 27, 2006)
Call of Duty tries to sell itself as not being another "one man shoots all" style game and not all of the missions are built around you running to save everyone else. There are, however, plenty of missions where it is just you against the world, so while it is one of the best of its kind, the gameplay is offering nothing revolutionary. First person shooters are hard to get right on a system with limited resources like the N-Gage, and Call of Duty succeeds admirably, with great graphics, atmospheric sound and exciting gameplay that will keep you coming back for more. Don't buy it because you're looking for something new and different - buy it because you're looking for a great shooter.
Gaming Target (Feb 20, 2005)
Call of Duty for N-Gage isn't the finest hour for the popular World War II franchise, but the game isn't totally unplayable, either. Honestly, it can seem like it is at first with frustrating and unfun technical issues that'll cause you to put it down for a while. But, because it stays true to the series, hard-core FPS fans with a great deal of patience may find Call of Duty enjoyable; everyone else can go AWOL.
GameSpot (Nov 19, 2004)
Ultimately, Call of Duty's play experience doesn't quite match up with the ambitious scope of its design. The N-Gage Call of Duty probably couldn't have been abridged any more than it had been while remaining a recognizable cousin of the console and PC titles; but given the resulting game's struggle to run at a decent speed, more trimming may have been the better choice. As it is, fans of the Call of Duty games and other WWII-themed first-person shooters will probably get some enjoyment out of this game, as there's plenty of fighting to do here, which is multiplied by four difficulty levels. Others will have a better time playing Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm.
60 (Dec 01, 2004)
Pâle reflet de l'original sorti sur PC, cette adaptation N-Gage de Call of Duty tente d'appâter le joueur avec un contenu solide, mais échoue à proposer un gameplay qui tienne la route. Le jeu souffre d'une animation défaillante qui engendre une progression laborieuse, un manque de précision évident et une maniabilité douteuse. On a déjà vu mieux en matière de FPS sur N-Gage.
GameSpy (Apr 18, 2005)
The framerate issues and ho-hum AI are just too much of a hurdle for this title to be very enjoyable. I think even diehard CoD fans will be disappointed. The multiplayer mode doesn't add enough to make up the difference either. With titles like Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm that prove an FPS can be done well on a handheld, I think Call of Duty falls short. You might want to let the answering machine take this call.