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The scenario is hardly new to Call of Duty fans, but the destruction will look a whole lot better on the PlayStation 3.
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Nothing says "dead Nazis" like a .50-caliber machine gun with a clear line of fire.
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Call of Duty 3's multiplayer modes lets players choose their own specialized classes, like the Battlefield series.
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You can't win the war on your own. Your squadmates will give you plenty of backup in battles.
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Motorcycles and other vehicles let you get the upper hand in battles as well as reenact scenes from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
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A rifle isn't going to do much damage to an oncoming tank. Lucky for this player, a squadmate is packing a bazooka.
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Holding back the enemy can be every bit as important as advancing yourself.
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The PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC versions of Call of Duty 3 will sport more advanced graphical effects, while the Wii edition will feature scaled-back graphics as well as the Wii-mote's control capabilities for gameplay.
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War-torn Europe is a bleak and damaged place, but the bad parts can at least look good on the next-gen platforms.
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You don't need to go online to fight your friends. Classic split-screen gameplay can let your couch-bound buddies fight with you, old-school.
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