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article imagePSP drafts Call of Duty: Roads to Victory

By Aaron Robson     Feb 10, 2007 in Technology
The game will feature aerial combat for the first time ever. Not only will you once again be able to ride in various ground-based vehicles, but you’ll also be able to shoot the Nazis down from your own flying gun turret.
This is a game for those who love the Call of Duty franchise and have played it before on another counsle. I don't really suggest buying it if it is your first time playing Call of Duty, just from experience the First Person Shooter games for the PSP are good, but are sometimes difficult.
So you can expect a lot from this game, a big step in technology and advanced hand held graphics and play. If your used to the bullets flying pat you on the PS3 though, you might be a little dissapointed. The graphics look excellent for a hand held game but making that step down from console to hand held may be difficult and a little hard.
The graphics look as if they could use a few touch ups here and there, but you can't really from a photo for a game. For some reason the photo ussually makes the graphics for the game look a little choppy and blandly shaded, that is why when you go to pick up a game sometimes and look at the back cover and see some poor graphics, you ussually put the game back down again. You always have to expect more then it shows from photos.
One more thing to say is finally. It is about time they added ariel combat to the Call of Duty series. They tried to added it in Call of Duty, Big Red one, but that proved to be a dud. I don't think there is nothing special about dropping bombs by looking through a glass floor is anything special aswell as trying to shoot down planes that move faster than your turret does.
So I look forward to possibley playing this game in the future, but I think I will wait till the price drops a little. Oh yeah, I also can't wait to play online WiFi with it, 32 people in one room is a lot of head shots.
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