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Call of Duty Finest Hour - PlayStation 2

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Teen
4.1 out of 5 stars 111 customer reviews
Metascore: 76 / 100
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  • View World War II through the eyes of American, British and Russian soldiers, as you take on the Nazi War Machine through 12 authentic combat missions
  • Travel through four continents - From the Russian infantry charge at Stalingrad, to the British Commando raids in North Africa and the American-led tank charges in Belgium
  • Become brothers in arms as your squad acts like a real military unit - Laying down suppressing fire, providing cover fire and coordinating attacks on enemy positions
  • Fight it out with over 30 authentic WWII weapons from the Russian, British, American and German armories - Pistols, machine guns, sniper rifles and grenades
  • Missions feature hundreds of soldiers to coordinated tactical assaults, sabotage, stealth, sniper and vehicle-based combat
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Product Description

Platform: PlayStation2

Call Of Duty: Finest Hour leads you back into the World War, where you will experience epic battlefield moments in the war's most legendary conflicts. Fight alongside ordinary men who fought and died for freedom and changed the world.

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Platform: PlayStation2
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  • ASIN: B0001I9YGC
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 16, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,498 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Platform for Display: PlayStation2
After being totaly immersed in Call of Duty and United Offensive on the PC I knew from Finest Hour's anouncment that I had to have it. First let me tell you that this is a completley new game. It's not a PC port but it does manage to incorporate familiar gameplay and levels into this jaw droping experience. In the first level you play as Alexander Solkovo, who is throw into the battle of Stalingrad with only a handful of ammo. Like the PC game, you eventualy get a rifle to use that ammo but in the begining of the level you have all that you can do to follow your sargent up the hill into machine gun fire. I would like to compare this to the D-Day scene in Medal of Honor Frontline, but that just wouldn't be fair. This game crushes Frontline and although I'll still play Frontline (an incredibly awesome game)This is what is owning my PS2 right now. After Stalingrad you will shift through roles, playing as a Russia female sniper, a Russian tank commander, a British PPA commando, a sargent with the Big Red 1, and a tank sargent in Belgium. The whole storyline is very cool and Finest Hour truely does capture the gritty cinimatic feel of WWII that most games don't. Some might need to remember that this game isn't trying to recreate the feel of the PC game. It's trying to recreate the feel of war and although I've never been in war, I'd say this game does a darn good job. Some people complain the controls are hard to get use to but I'm guessing thats because they are a bunch of hardcore PC gamers (nothing wrong with that) who aren't as good at adapting to a controller layout. Now like I said before, I own Frontline and many other FPS for PS2 and I caught on to these controls in no time.Read more ›
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A Kid's Review on December 19, 2004
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
I am a big fan of MOH but when I heard about this game I had to get it. The first thing I did whene I got home was stick it in. When the game starts you are with a bunch of other Russian comarads in a boat. The two things that surprised me the most is that: You dont get a rifle untill half way through the first levle, and that you can lie on your stomach and crawl! As the game goes on you get to be a female sniper and a tank comander. In the British levles you stay the same person. Then last but not least you get to play as an american soldier named Chuck Walker and a blach tank comander named Sam Rivers for a levle. All in all it a fine game though some levles are a bit hard. I reccomend this gameand MEDAL OF HONOR to people who like war games and also for those who like strategy games.
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A Kid's Review on November 10, 2005
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
When i got this game for Christmas, i immediatly started to play this game. This was the first game in the call of duty series i had played, so i'm not aa expert on call of duty but by the looks of it, this was a real good game

The Good:

the graphics are awsome.it gets sorta fuzzy, but it won't effect any of your skills

the aiming sytem is straight down the barrel, unless you choose not to aim. (i prefer this system. it's more realistic) where in meadal of honor (moh)it's just the a side view of a gun and a cross aiming thingy in the center screen.

your comrades actually help you fight the enemies, unlike in moh, where it's basically you fighting the war alone.

a variety of weapons from the germans, russian, english and the american. to get every weapon, you have to kill certain people. In moh, they give you away every weapon (on different levels), which is more unrealistic and sorta cheesy.

you get to change to different people in different missions, instead of staying as only one person the whole game. (i don't really care if you stay as one character the whole game though).

The darkside of the game:

if some of you gamers (i'm not exactly a hard gamer) care about every single detail, in will include it.

a flaw in the graphics makes some of the weapons appear to be floating on the ground, but i don't think it will be much problems, and you might not even notice.

the british campaign is way too short (only 4 missions) and two of the missions are tiny.

i personally don't like the tank missions and 50% of the russian campaign (which is the longest campaign) are tank battles.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation2
Reviewed for Big Boss Games by: L.E.G.

As a lover and avid player of FPS (First Person Shooter) type games, I am probably one of the toughest critics and a game must satisfy all my criteria for me to give it a 5/5 rating. Without any doubts, Call of Duty Finest Hour has successfully accomplished this lofty goal.

To start with, Call of Duty Finest Hour is entirely based on events that happened during World War II. But, ActiVision took on a bigger role than just making a video game and actually tries and succeeds in teaching us a brief history lesson. Granted it's very short and concise, but it helps to setup the game and it's many diverse and challenging levels.

You start out playing as a member of the Russian Army fighting with your comrades on the Eastern Front, from the Volga to Stalingrad. The missions can be somewhat difficult to finish, but the squad leader does give you instructions (just as if you were in the army) on what you need to do or where you need to go. "Blow up that building" and "Take out those machine guns" are typical fare. And most of the time you are a member of a "squad", so don't try to be all "Rambo" and try to defeat the Germans all by yourself. You will get slaughtered!

After you complete your mission(s) as one person, you are then placed in someone else's shoes and get to fight the war from their perspective. Which also opens you up to using different weapons and driving around in tanks. But, this is not Grand Theft Auto. You can't go around and jump in vehicles and take off. Your tour of duty on the Eastern Front with the Russians takes a total of 8 sometimes-grueling missions. At least the game is very forgiving and lets you restart the mission at the last checkpoint.
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