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But does it work? That’s the question on everyone’s mind. After all, Call of Duty 3 got a huge graphical overhaul on the other next gen systems, so the game’s control better be worth it, right? Well, the overall feel is definitely solid, but we wouldn’t go as far as to say any and every player out there is going to enjoy it more than the traditional dual-analog setup. When you’re in the heat of battle, the controller is amazing for snapping your head in a direction, sighting up while holding the A button, and then blasting a soldier with pixel-perfect precision. In that sense, it’s a success. Still, there are a few control issues inherent in the FPS design at this point. While the ability to control turning speed is there, the sensitivity isn’t as complex as we’d like it. Let us change the bounding box. Let us change the sensitivity of the cursor movement speed. Simply put, let us make the controls ours.

Not all of the game’s action takes place with you on foot. There are a few missions that place you in the driver’s seat of a jeep, and it’s your job to follow the checkpoints and avoid enemy fire while escaping from an area or rescuing hostages. You’ll need to hold the remote and Nunchuk in the 9 and 3 o’clock position to steer. Like many other aspects of the controls, this takes getting used to, and even when you get the hang of it, it doesn’t add a whole lot to the game.

The game starts with a bang. After your training is complete, you hop in the back of a truck and ride into battle. When you get out of the truck, or rather are blown out of the truck by an explosion, you’re boosted over the cemetery wall. Here, you’ll find yourself in the midst of one of the more impressive firefights in any first-person shooter. Everywhere you look, there’s carnage. Bullets and grenades whiz through the air while bombs explode all around, leaving soldiers to scramble for whatever cover they can find–be it a bombed-out mausoleum or a gravestone. The bodies of your fallen comrades are strewn about the battlefield–a stark reminder that unless you want to join them, you need to keep moving. A later level sees you making your way across a pasture using a tank (and even the carcasses of dead cows) as cover to shield yourself from the Nazi soldiers who surround the field. Most of the rest of the game’s 14 missions aren’t quite as intense as these two examples, but there’s rarely a dull moment to be found.

Even still, the controls work well enough for us to genuinely enjoy Call of Duty on Wii, but we’d say they’re at about 90 percent. The flaw with control relies entirely with how the head turns dependant on the body. To turn, you’re moving your gun to sort of shove your head around. Bottom line: Call of Duty 3 is the most natural feeling FPS on Wii thus far, but there’s still room for improvement.





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