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Call of Duty
Game Description:Based on the Call of Duty PC game, which let gamers take on three different Allied soldiers and kick the crap out of the Nazi Wehrmacht all over Europe. The go-go version of Call of Duty allows you to play as three characters, but not from different nations. Instead, you choose from different combat specialists: snipers (long-range shooting capabilities), medics (heal other soldiers), engineers (demolitions talents -- blowing up stuff like tanks), and squad commanders (more HP than the other troops). How successful you are at the numerous missions in Call of Duty depends on whether or not you bring the right troops into battle. Unlike the original, the wireless Call of Duty is played from a zoomed-out third-person overhead perspective.
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