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The 100 Greatest Games | 55 | Call Of Duty

YEAR: 2003     FORMAT: PC

The 100 Greatest Games | 55 | Call Of Duty


While Doom and Wolfenstein 3D pioneered the 'one-man army' approach to shooting games, Call Of Duty put players alongside computer-controlled comrades with whom you either had to cooperate or perish. Also allowing players to control soldiers from a variety of factions - including the British, Americans and Soviets - Call Of Duty has since gone on to become the world's most popular World War II blaster, and one of the rawest, most stressful gun-toters on the planet, especially when you're huddled behind a dry stone wall as legions of hollering Nazis advance on your position.

Memorable for...
The Stath! When you were dropped into the British campaign, you were faced with none other than Jason Statham, geezering his way through the way as the voice of cockney NCO, Sgt Waters. "Die you Nazi slaaaaaaaaaags!"

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