N-Gage answers the Call of Duty
Activision's WWII shooter attacks Nokia's mobile gaming system; the game features 11 single-player missions and multiplayer combat via Bluetooth.
Nokia today announced that it has sent Call of Duty for the N-Gage into retail battle. The WWII shooter attempts to portray the horrors of war through 11 single-player missions featuring realistic weapons and vehicles and moments reminiscent of WWII films. Gamers will fight alongside fellow soldiers as an Allied soldier or tank commander. The native Bluetooth technology supports four-player deathmatches, and gamers connected to networks will be able to download additional features through the N-Gage Arena. Current-generation console gamers recently got a taste of war when Call of Duty: Finest Hour was released last week. This version of Call of Duty is rated T and has an SRP of $34.99.
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