Game review – Call of Duty: WWII is an overly familiar return to series’ roots
Saturday, 11 November 2017 () Call of Duty: WWII Activision How many times have the beaches of Normandy been stormed in a video game? Off the top of my head I can recall it happening in Medal of Honor, Company of Heroes and even Conker’s Bad Fur Day, which spoofed Saving Private Ryan by recasting the Allied soldiers as squirrels stumbling across the blood-soaked sand. It might only been done once before in the Call of Duty series, but there is still a sense of familiarity when, in Call of Duty: WWII (available for...
In our review I referred to Call of Duty: WWII as a “Greatest Hits Collection” of past World War II video games. And of course, the highlight is D-Day—the... PC World - TechnologyAlso reported by •TechNewsWorld •USATODAY.com •Softpedia
The maker of Humvee is suing the publisher of the Call of Duty series for using its military vehicles in the games without permission, reports Reuters. In its... engadget - TechnologyAlso reported by •Reuters India