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Call of Duty: Finest Hour (PS2 cover
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Call of Duty: Finest Hour

A first-person shooter that takes place during the World War II. The game was developed by Spark Unlimited and published by Activision. Call of Duty: Finest Hour is a console version of the PC title Call of Duty that was created by Infinity Ward.

Action | FPP | World War II | Call of Duty | shooters

Call of Duty: Finest Hour Release Date

16Nov2004

GCN PS2 XBOX

Call of Duty is a game that has already signed up with golden syllables in the annals of computer classics. And it really is in an honourable place. This time the boys from Spark Unlimited take us back to the World War II. Let us therefore dress up as a soldier's uniform and support the actions of allies on the road to glory and fame.

In the Hour Finest we play the American, British and Russian roles. The trademark of this series is, among other things, a very reliable approach to historical nuances, and so it is this time, too. Authentic weapons from that period (about 30 types), vehicles and, above all, a realistic representation of the terrain.

Extensive dripping from Stalingrad through North Africa (1942-1945), 15 missions, characteristic cinematic momentum, all covered with a sauce of spectacular graphic and sound effects. Just like the PeCet version, we fight in a team, it is also worth mentioning the more advanced and complex artificial intelligence of our warriors, as well as hostile units (well over 200 characters on the screen!).

Of course, there was no shortage of multiplayer mode - among others: Deathmarch, Team Deatchmatch, Flag Modes.

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Game mode: single / multiplayer   Multiplayer mode: Internet  

User score: 8,2 / 10 based on 750 votes.

PEGI rating Call of Duty: Finest Hour

Age rating. The PEGI rating considers the age suitability of a game, not the level of difficulty. Game contains depictions of violence.
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