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Call of Duty: Roads to Victory Videos and Trailers - PSP

Game Description:One of World War II's most epic campaigns, the liberation of Paris, gets epic treatment in Call of Duty 3. Step into a breathtaking, seamless storyline as an ordinary Allied soldier thrust into an extraordinary situation, the Normandy Breakout. An all-new close-quarters battle mechanic lets you fight hand-to-hand, rig impromptu bombs, and perform other keys to battlefield survival. Branching mission paths with multiple attack routes and distinct tactical requirements let you choose to outflank your enemy or overpower him head on. You'll use an unprecedented array of combat options in environments where there's nowhere to hide thanks to destructible cover. Up to 24 can battle in team-based multiplayer with vehicles.
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