Entry: Call Of Duty Tuesday, March 09, 2004



 Game:

Once again a game about World War II! But this game is not a shoot-and-go game like medal of honor, and needs a good teamworking with other soldiers .
I Installed It but didn't start. Until found that a file is corrupted. I copied that file manually from CD. Then another problem: In-game graphic was very disappointing. Finally I found the solution and updated my graphic card (ATI Radeon 7000) driver for supporting Of DirectX 9 b....and It was very amazing.
If you thought your tour of duty was over after finishing Call of Duty…think again. map-making gurus everywhere can log on to http://www.callofduty.com/ and enter to win the "Call of Duty Map-Maker" competition. Using the map-making toolset located on the official website, gamers have the opportunity to create and submit multiplayer levels for the chance to win an incredible Grand Prize package which includes an all expense paid trip to Los Angeles to meet with Infinity Ward, the developer of Call of Duty, an Asylum GeForce™ FX 5950 Ultra-based graphics card, and the potential to have their map(s) included in future Call of Duty game.
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Sohrab Navaee-Ardeh
November 26, 2007   08:31 AM PST
 

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A single player demo featuring a British Army mission in El Daba,

Egypt (entitled "The End of the Beginning") from a British

perspective was released on September 26, 2005. A special DVD

Collectors' Edition also exists, which includes 'making of'

documentaries and interviews.

The sequel to Call of Duty 2, Call of Duty 3, was released in

November 200

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Sohrab Navaee-Ardeh
March 5, 2007   08:55 AM PST
 
Call of Duty 2 is a first-person shooter video game and sequel to

the critically acclaimed game, Call of Duty, also developed by

Infinity Ward. Call of Duty 2 had contributions from Pi Studios,

and was published by Activision on October 25, 2005 for Windows

and November 22, 2005 for the Xbox 360. Call of Duty 2 takes

place during World War II and features three campaigns where the

player can be a soldier for the Red Army, the British Army, or

the United States Army. Since October 13, 2006, the game has also

been available to buy on Valve's content delivery platform,

Steam. This comes after an agreement with its publisher,

Activision.

Call of Duty 2 was the highest selling Xbox 360 launch title,

selling 250,000 units in its first week of availability.[1] Call

of Duty 2 also was attributed to the large number of Xbox 360s

sold, with 77% of people buying an Xbox 360 buying Call of Duty

2.[2] To date, the game has sold over 1.4 million units on the

console. [3]

A single player demo featuring a British Army mission in El Daba,

Egypt (entitled "The End of the Beginning") from a British

perspective was released on September 26, 2005. A special DVD

Collectors' Edition also exists, which includes 'making of'

documentaries and interviews.

The sequel to Call of Duty 2, Call of Duty 3, was released in

November 200

Posted by: Sohrab Navaee-Ardeh University Coordinator, Canada,

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