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Call of Duty Videos and Trailers - NG

Call of Duty
  • Publisher: Nokia
  • Genre:Shooter
  • Developer: Nokia
  • Release Date:Nov 22, 2004
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen
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Game Description:Call of Duty lets gamers relive the epic stages of WWII as an American, British, and then Russian soldier fighting the Nazi war machine. The story progresses from US Airborne drops behind enemy lines, to British SAS missions deep in enemy territory, to chaotic street fighting and tank battles on the eastern front. The N-Gage version delivers an immersive and realistic WWII experience complete with authentic weapons, sounds, vehicles and epic moments of WWII. The 11 missions range from full frontal assault to stealth and sabotage. Through Bluetooth, up to 4 players can play either standard deathmatch or team battles, and the N-Gage Arena can be used to download new weapons, power-ups, cheats and hints.
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