Call of Duty 2 review

  • Clever AI uses smart squad tactics
  • Immersive gameplay; incredible audio
  • Why you waited 14 hours for a 360
  • Regeneration misfires in multiplayer
  • Multiplayer suffers from lag problems
  • No HDTV? You're missing out

Still, the best of the CoD franchise awaits veterans of the series in multiplayer, with deathmatch, and objective-based game types. The popular "Headquarters" mode returns, a defend-the-base scenario with frequent respawns so you're never out of the battle for long. Thirteen maps have been added to multiplayer, along with new weapons for each faction to keep things fresh. This multiplayer component caps an already stunning single-player campaign and extends the value greatly. If you can't get enough of WWII, Call of Duty 2 is the hot ticket.


More Info

Release date: Nov 15 2005 - Xbox 360
Oct 25 2005 - PC (US)
Nov 25 2005 - Xbox 360
Nov 04 2005 - PC (UK)
Available Platforms: Xbox 360, PC
Genre: Shooter
Published by: Activision
Developed by: Infinity Ward
Franchise: Call of Duty
ESRB Rating:
Teen: Blood, Language, Violence


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