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Wii is the 7th generation console from Nintendo and a successor to GameCube. It was released in November 2006 in North America and in December 2006 in Europe. Wii’s premiere marks a beginning of the revolution in Nintendo’s policy, as company retrieved from waging war for hardcore gamer with Sony and Microsoft and focused its efforts on providing entertainment for the entire families. The result was a great success for Nintendo. In 2012 Wii was succeeded by Wii U.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - Reflex (Wii)
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - Reflex (Wii)

Action 10 November 2009

The fourth installment in an overwhelmingly popular first-person shooter series from Infinity Ward. This time the developers from Encino, California, have decided to break away from the tradition of making World War 2 games and set the action of their new game in modern times. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare’s story features a conflict with Russian ultranationalist faction, led by an unpredictable individual named Imran Zakhaev. Players get to witness the events through the eyes of several soldiers, including members of the British SAS and US Marines. The main story campaign consists of a series of missions set in different parts of the world. Gameplay relies heavily on cinematic, scripted shooting sequences. In addition to the single player mode the game includes expanded online multiplayer. When it comes to technology, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is powered by IW Engine.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (Wii)
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (Wii)

Action 08 November 2011

The third part in the first-person shooter series being one of the spin-offs of the Call of Duty franchise. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 was developed by Infinity Ward with the assistance from other development studios owned by Activision – e.g. Raven Software and Sledgehammer Games. The plot continues the action of the first two installments of the game. Players are presented with the further fates of the members of Task Force 141 as they try to eliminate the leader of the Russian Ultranationalists responsible for the outbreak of the international conflict. Developers draw on the well-proven formula employed by the previous installments, such as the spectacular, yet heavily-scripted single player campaign, dynamic shootouts and numerous multiplayer modes. The fourth generation of the IW Engine provides high-level audio-visuals.

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Heavy Fire: Afghanistan (Wii)
Heavy Fire: Afghanistan (Wii)

Action 12 November 2011

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Heavy Fire: Black Arms (Wii)
Heavy Fire: Black Arms (Wii)

Action 07 March 2011

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