Playing Game and Online Games Reviews

April 19, 2009

Call of Duty 3 – Gives the Thrill and Excitement of Players

Filed under: Call of Duty — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , — elzubeth @ 3:35 am

Call of Duty 3 is another fantastic video game in the world famous series of Call of Duty. It was developed by Treyarch and Pi Studio. It was published by Activision. Call of Duty 3 was released on XBox 360, Playstation and Wii also. It was known as most successful video games of 2006-2007 years. The game was released on November 7, 2006 at first in North America.

Call of Duty 3 was developed by Treyarch which is the subsidiary of Activision group in the partnership of Pi Studio. The game was published by Activision with seventh generation video game with Xbox 360, PlayStation and Wii. The game previous version was not released for PC.

Call of Duty 3 is adventure genre game during Word War II. In the Call of Duty 3 there is only one combined campaign and player switched in four nations with different characters. However, in another parts of Call of Duty the features was not available.

In the first stage of the game player takes a role of “Private Nicholas” who gets involved in missions to capture of Saint-Lô, defending Chambois and others. It was in the American campaign. After it in British campaign Sergeant James Doyle takes place. In the third round of the game there is Canadian campaign to play as Private Cole. In the last campaign there is Polish who have to take the role of Cpl.

Call of Duty 3 gives the thrill and excitement of its players with its amazing war and mission. It has great sound effects also. The Call of Duty 3 visuals and graphics have much worth to play. The game Call of Duty 3 has been surely improved than its previous version Call of Duty 2.

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The previous version was not much strong but Call of Duty 3 user reviews shows that it was much interesting and than its previous. The last part of Call of Duty is its fifth part which is known as World at War.

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