Call of Duty Wii Games
Call of Duty Wii Games
Introduction to Call of Duty Wii Games
The Call of Duty series has been one of the best first person shooter war games to have appeared in the last two decades. It has been spread across numerous platforms, and you can even get Wii Call of duty games. While Call of Duty Wii Games are undoubtedly some of the best Wii games available, the Wii releases do unfortunately seem to appear several month behind their release on other consoles.
The PC editions of Call of Duty might still be the most accurate for shooting games, the Wii controller gives you a fantastic movement based way to aim and shoot. This motion control helps to create an immersive gaming experience which cannot be found in the PC variations of the Call of Duty series.
The other advantage of the Call of Duty Wii games is that these games help to keep you fit, and are way more fun, although not as effective, as the wide variety of Wii Fit games which are available.
Call of Duty 3
Call of Duty 3 was the first in the Call of Duty Wiii Games series. As you would expect, it made a splash as one of the best first person shooter brands to be turned in to a Nintendo Wii game.
While Call of Duty 3 is probably my least favorite of the Call of Duty Wii games, it still holds a permanent place in my Wii games collection.
The real issue for most people is that Call of Duty 3 Wii does not actually have any multiplayer capability. The good news is that a highly entertaining single player campaign will keep you entertained day after day!
Call of Duty Modern Warfare Reflex Edition
Call of Duty Modern Warfare Reflex Edition is the second in the Call of Duty Wii Games series. This game was a long time in the making, arriving three years after the release of Call of Duty 3 Wii.
Unlike it's predecessor Call of Duty Modern Warfare Reflex Edition brings a multiplayer component to the amazing first person shooter game. Set in the modern era, Call of Duty Modern Warfare Reflex Edition brings some fantastic weapons, and bonuses to both multiplayer and campaign modes of this stunning game.
The only real downside of the Wii Call of Duty Reflex Edition is that the single palyer campaign is fairly short, and can be completed in around 5 hours. this short play time might seem short, but the multiplayer capabilities more than make up for it.
Call of Duty World at War
The third Call of Duty Wii game is Call of Duty World at War Wii. Call of Duty World at War Wii brings a few new features, a much more entertaining single campaign, and improved controls to the Call of Duty video games franchise.
The first thing you will notice with the Wii Call of Duty Modern Warfare is that it's control system is instinctively more intuitive than either of it's predecessors. While things like sniping and
melee combat can still be fairly difficult to master, most mid range combat is easy and fun.
The single player campaign is refreshingly well put together after the disappointment of the Call of Duty Reflex Edition's poor single player value. A good story line, varied combat, and teh new intuitive controls really help ensure a high quality of gameplay experience on this fantastic Call of Duty Wii game.
Due to the enhanced controls in Wii Call of Duty Modern Warfare, the multiplayer capabilities of this Wii game far surpass the other Call of Duty Wii games. With the new controls playing multiplayer Call of Duty on the Wii takes on much more of a skillfull element, rather than chance.