Call of Duty: Modern Wafare Mobilized DSi and DS Lite
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Released on 10/11/2009
The intensity of the blockbuster Modern Warfare series returns to the Nintendo DS in the most explosive chapter yet. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Mobilized arms you with the latest cutting-edge weaponry, vehicles, and tactics, as you mobilize an elite squad across the globe to take the fight to the terrorists. Battle it out online in expanded multiplayer, challenge your high score Arcade Mode, or face off against an endless horde of enemy soldiers in Survival Mode.
RETURN TO MODERN WARFARE – Arm yourself with the most cutting-edge military weaponry and tactics in the world to take the fight to the terrorists. Wield assault rifles and high-caliber sniper rifles, disorient your foes with flashbangs, smash through the opposition in a massive Battle Tank, or call in an air strike to level an enemy position.
DIVERSE GAMEPLAY – Fight on the ground in building-to-building tactical combat, hack into enemy computer terminals, take the controls of military vehicles like Battle Tanks and UAV spy drones, or man the guns of an AC-130 gunship and rain down destruction.
- The all-new Survival Mode pits you and your squad against wave after wave of advancing enemy troops.
- Replay any level in Quickplay Mode.
- Try and beat your best score in new Arcade Mode.
BIGGER AND BETTER MULTIPLAYER – Battle it out with up to 6 players in either local wireless play or Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.
ALL-NEW GLOBAL CONFLICT – Jump between U.S. and British elite military forces battling terrorists across global hotspots, with a new Modern Warfare storyline and missions unique to the Nintendo DS version.
Every year we get busy speculating about a futuristic instalment of Call of Duty. Now Treyarch, the team behind Call of Duty: Black Ops has got in on the act, with the game design director admitting he would be interested in a near-future update.
"It would be pretty fantastic!" David Vonderhaar told Machinima (thanks, Eurogamer). "It would be kind of a unique opportunity but the way this works out is obviously more complicated than, 'Hey, me and Treyarch are going to make a near-future shooter.' It doesn't work out that way in practice. It's a tough question to answer. We have not announced any new Call of Duty games at this time but to answer his specific question I think, personally, it would be pretty fantastic to do near-future, you know? Not necessarily far-future."
He was careful to that his answer was, "For me personally. I'm just talking for myself." Boo!
Still, if he thinking about it, maybe there hope. If youe more interested in the past than the future, of course, Call of Duty: Black Ops concerns itself with all manner of Cold War shenanigans. It brilliant fun, and it available right now for the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC.
Eurogamer has a doozy of a scoop today: the website posted a news story suggesting that the date for the new Call of Duty game will be 8th November 2011. According to the news story, the website has heard this rumour from numerous sources.
The story also goes on to suggest that the game, widely thought to be Modern Warfare 3, is codenamed Project Collossus. That sounds about right to us, seeing as a new Call of Duty game will easily go down as one of the most anticipated titles in history.
Previous Call of Duty games tend to launch in the first half of November, so the rumour has a fair amount of credibility to it. It worth mentioning, though, that we still haven had an official announcement or a title for the game, although it pretty clear that Infinity Ward, the developer of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and Modern Warfare 2, is back in the saddle.
Whatever the launch date and whatever the title this is one game that we can get out of our heads. If you own a PC, PS3, or Xbox 360, you should be very excited about the prospect of a new Call of Duty to blast your way through and you should check with us during E3 to see whether the rumours add up.
Wii owners won't be left out of the action when Modern Warfare 3 hits the shelves this November. Black Ops developer Treyarch has revealed that it is currently working on a Wii version of the sure-to-be-blockbuster shooter.
Infinity Ward is working on the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 versions, of course, but Activision executive Eric Hirshberg announced the Wii version this week, while talking grown up money stuff to investors. The decision to squeeze the game into the Wii's smaller system came because the publisher didn't want to leave any of the community out of the excitement. How sweet.
Treyarch certainly has good form where Call of Duty and Nintendo hardware is concerned. It turned out the Wii versions of Black Ops and World At War, and also tackled the Wii port of the original Modern Warfare.
Call of Duty: Black Ops' design director admitting he would be interested in a near-future update to the series.…
Eurogamer has a doozy of a scoop today: the website posted a news story suggesting that the date for the new Call of Duty game will be 8th November 2011.…
Wii owners won't be left out of the action when Modern Warfare 3 hits the shelves this November. Black Ops developer Treyarch has revealed that it is currently working on a Wii version of the sure-to-…
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