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After landing on the beaches of Normandy, soldiers spread out to liberate Europe from the Nazi regime. In Call of Duty 3, single players focus on the stories of four Allied soldiers that begin at Operation Cobra, and leads to the eventual Liberation of Paris. Game room generals will lead the group through 14 missions filled with multiple attack routes as a member of either the American, British, Polish, and Canadian armies. Each path requires the use of special tactics in order to navigate the course effectively. <br><br>Soldiers come equipped with special skills such as the British SAS soldier's knack for sabotage and the Canadian mechanized infantry's expertise at inventive vehicles. The Wii controller is used in all aspects of combat, and players must use the motion sensor technology to reload, throw a grenade, row a boat, and wield a dagger. Environments include deformable objects such as piles of wood that move and splinter when shot and players may destroy soft cover to flush enemies out in the open. Additional "Battle Action" invites gamers to shoot less and get their hands dirty setting C-4 charges and fighting Germans with their bare hands.
Call of Duty 3 (Wii, 2006)
$14.99 - $29.95
pros: Brilliant controls, excellent set pieces.
cons: Abysmal slowdown, average graphics and sound, complete lack of mulitplayer.
It's France, it's 1940, and we're locking up! - Call Of Duty 3 (Wii)
Might I initally point out that I have not played the other versions of Call of Duty 3, and that thi... See Full Review
pros: intuitive motions
cons: repetitive, annoying battles, no multiplayer
This is not classic, but decent
I first started playing the Call of Duty Series when Big Red One came out and I was amazed; however,... See Full Review
pros: Great motion sensitivity.
cons: It's got nothing bad!
It's got a trilogy, and it's got spunk!
This was a great game. I played it nonstop! Call of duty 3 was a great launch title for the Wii. An... See Full Review
pros: Good game elements, it's fun to actually aim with your hands.
cons: Poor control scheme, not much replay value.
A great game but not the best choice for this system
Call of Duty was fun from the moment I popped it into my Wii. The tutorial is minimal which is a ref... See Full Review
pros: New intuitive controls, Fun Once Through
cons: Virtually No Replay Value, Steep learning curve, Weaker Particle Effects
Call of Replay Value... No Answer
* This is mostly a port from my X-box 360 review of this title, but with non-applicable sections rem... See Full Review
pros: Hand to hand combat was cool
cons: Same as the first two games
Another Call of Duty, just rent it.
First off, I was only allowed to play this game for 3 minutes so most of my review is on seeing othe... See Full Review