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Call of Duty 2
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The sequel to Call of Duty, the 2003 Game of the Year and winner of more than 80 awards, Call of Duty 2 offers more immense, more intense, more realistic battles than ever before, thanks to the stunning visuals of the new Call of Duty 2 engine.

Call of Duty 2 provides an amazing experience with all-new enhancements, ranging from stunningly realistic graphics to seamless gameplay, a new engine, groundbreaking AI, and choice-based innovations that allow players to experience the closest thing they’ll ever get to real warfare. Beautifully rendered snow, rain, fog and smoke, combined with dynamic lighting and shadows, make this the most intense WWII first person action title yet.
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CPU TypeUniversal  —  
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CPU Speed1.8 GHz  —  
System RAM512 MB  —  
Drive Space4 GB  —  
Video RAM64 MB  —  
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  1. Clásico
    by noeml, Mexico - Mar 11th 2014

    Un clásico de clásicos. corre excelente en cualquier mac, creo que lo puedes jugar hasta en el ipad, es un juego viejo que sigue dando de s . el único gran problema es que la licencia nunca me permitió jugar en l nea, lo que le quita much simo valor al juego.

    (A classic of classics. runs great on any mac, I think I can play up to the ipad, it's an old game that keeps on giving to s. the only big problem is that the license never allowed me to play in l nea, which takes away much simo value to the game.)

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  2. The original game at it's best
    by Alleycat, France - Feb 11th 2014

    It's hard not to sympathize with the allies pushing back the Nazis from the snowy banks of Stalingrad, the sandy deserts of Tunisia and the green towns of Normandy. Call of Duty has it's full scope here, whether you're fighting under Stalin, the brits or the US troops on D-day. The new mechanics introduced by the series like proning and shooting from cover really matter here as much as setting a rhythm to progress with your team. Try to go at it on your own and you'll most likely die before you blink. But advance in a strategic way helping the others progress through the german challenges and you'll go through WWII victorious. The world seems more open here than in the game's successors (Modern Warfare and Black Ops) as you can choose the order in which you gain the strategic points of a map and the missions are long. My only regret is that the long last Berlin fight is not present here! And the ending is a little abrupt (SPOLIER: Would have been nice to pay through the last rescue mission you get to see on the ending cinematic)

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  3. Classical game
    by Yeves Hummels, United Kingdom - Dec 21st 2013

    The first time I played since it was released almost ten years ago. The graphics were good and I prefered the WWII background.

    Some missions were challengeable even if you played under the easy mode.

    However, compared with COD & its expansion, the missions in COD II were more drab. Also, the chapter of each characher seemed so short in COD II.

    Another fact is, there is not so many active servers now if you want to enjoy multiplayer mode.

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