Wolfenstein: The New Order (X360)
Action 20 May 2014
A first-person shooter and the seventh major installment in the Wolfenstein series. This one was developed by Swedish studio Machine Games, founded by former members of Starbreeze Studios. Wolfenstein: The New Order tells an alternative history of the World War II, where the Third Reich won. The game’s main hero is B. J. Blazkowicz, a veteran of the American special forces. After spending 20 years in cryosleep, he has to stand up to the Nazis once more. The gameplay boils down to annihilating armies of enemies with all sorts of weapons, and occasionally solving simple puzzles. The game’s advanced graphics are powered by the efficient id Tech 5 engine, also known from Rage and The Evil Within.
Call of Duty 2 (X360)
Action 22 November 2005
A sequel to the bestselling first-person shooter developed by Infinity Ward in 2003. The action of the game once again takes place during the World War II, offering three campaigns spanning across 1941-45. During the game the player switches between an American paratrooper dropped in Western Europe, a British commando fighting in Northern Africa and France, and between a Russian infantryman deployed on the eastern front (including Stalingrad). Similarly as in the original game, the developers managed to successfully recreate the atmosphere of historical battles – in terms of graphics as well as sounds. In addition to the large arsenal of actual weapons from World War II, the player can also use vehicles (for example tanks). In comparison to its predecessor, Call of Duty II is less linear, features improved AI, and the player no longer has to use first aid kits (instead, the health regenerates automatically). Graphics were greatly improved as well.
Call of Duty: World at War (X360)
Action 11 November 2008
A spectacular first-person shooter (FPS) set during the Second World War. The game was developed by Treyarch, Activision’s subsidiary. It’s three-chapter campaign spans across the years 1942-1945, being set on Southern Pacific and the Eastern front. We observe the events from the perspectives of three soldier (two Americans and one Russian), and we get to take part in such military operations as the defense of Stalingrad or the Battle of Okinawa. As usual in the Call of Duty series, the missions are heavily scripted to make the action seem more cinematic. Gameplay boils down to shooting sequences, in which we use a variety of historical weapons. In addition to a single player campaign the game also includes online multiplayer with new game modes: co-op and Nazi Zombie.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II (X360)
Action 13 November 2012
A sequel to the bestselling first-person shooter released in 2010. Call of Duty: Black Ops II is the ninth installment in the Call of Duty series. It is also the fourth game in the series developed by Treyarch. The story of the game takes place in a not too distant future. The struggle for natural resources between United States and China leads to an outbreak of a new Cold War. The main protagonist of the game is David Mason, descendant of Alex Mason known from the first game in the series. The main campaign of the game is once again filled with spectacular cinematic action. At the same time, the player has more freedom in completing the missions. In addition to single player mode, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 offers also numerous multiplayer modes.
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (X360)
Action 06 November 2007
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.
Call of Duty: Black Ops (X360)
Action 09 November 2010
A first-person shooter, the seventh installment in the Call of Duty series, and a start of a new sub-series. The game was developed by studio Treyarch, the team responsible for Call of Duty: World at War. The story campaign of Call of Duty: Black Ops is presented in the form of flashbacks suffered by the main protagonist, Alex Mason. Having previously worked for the CIA as a field operative, in his memories Mason returns to the age of Cold War. The game offers several single and multiplayer modes, including cooperation and zombie mode. Call of Duty: Black Ops is is powered by modified versions of IW Engine 3.0 and Demonware.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (X360)
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.
Call of Duty Classic (X360)
Action 02 December 2009
The first installment in one of the most popular series of first-person shooters, created by Infinity Ward. The game takes the player to several different front lines of the Second World War. Throughout 24 missions divided into four single player campaigns, the player assumes the roles of several allied soldiers. The list includes an American paratrooper, a British commando and a Soviet infantryman. The missions bring great amounts of action and diversity as well. The player participates in the biggest battles of World War II, including mainly the Normandy landings, Battles of Stalingrad and Berlin, as well as tactical operations involving sabotage. Apart from that, the game offers several multiplayer modes. Call of Duty faithfully recreates the historical background - the player can find a set of authentic weapons and vehicles represented in the game. The places and major events were recreated in accordance with actual history as well. Call of Duty utilizes a modified version of the id Tech 3 graphical engine, used previously in Return to Castle Wolfenstein.
Medal of Honor: Warfighter (X360)
Action 23 October 2012
A direct sequel to the 2010 reboot of Medal of Honor – a bestselling FPS series originally launched back in 1999 by the EA company. The game was once again developed by Danger Close (previously known as EA Los Angeles). The story campaign is based on actual events, focusing on a dangerous substance - PETN - used by terrorists. Playing as the characters known from the prequel, you take part in a series secret counter-terrorist operations in Somalia, Yemen, Bosnia, and Philippines. Just as its predecessor, the game clearly separates the single player campaign and multiplayer mode. The latter lets you play as soldiers affiliated with one of the 12 special forces units from all over the world, including U.S. Navy SEALs, German KSK, Polish GROM, or the British SAS. The game is powered by the Frostbite 2 engine, known from e.g. Battlefield 3.
Call of Duty 3 (X360)
Action 07 November 2006
The third main installment in the popular FPS series, Call of Duty. It is also the first game in the franchise (not counting the console spin-offs) that in the end was not released on PCs. In contrast to the previous installments, this time the game was developed by Treyarch – the authors of the console version of Call of Duty 2. The plot of the game once again takes place on various fronts of World War II. This time one can play as American, British, Canadian, and Polish soldiers. The game mechanics remained almost unchanged in comparison to the previous games. However, there are several novelties. The developers implemented parachute drops and gave complete control over vehicles and boats to the player. Interactions with the surrounding were greatly improved. Overall realism has been improved – bullets behave different depending on what type of material they hit. Multiplayer mode was enhanced as well – now players can play in different roles and communicate using special commands.
Medal of Honor: Airborne (X360)
Action 04 September 2007
After a series of spin-off productions released for the 6th-generation consoles, the popular FPS franchise comes back in a full-fledged multiplayer installment. In accordance with the title, the events of the World War II are observed through the eyes of Boyd Travers, a paratrooper of the US Army's 82nd Airborne Division. The game offers six campaigns that take place between years 1943 and 1945 in Sicily, Normandy, Netherlands, and Germany, and the choice of the drop point determines our next move to some extent. The developers naturally didn't forget about faithfully recreating weapons of the World War II period, which can be customized by addition of extra grip, different magazines, etc. Contrary to its predecessors, Airborne is powered by Unreal Engine 3 which translates into better graphics, animation, and facial expressions. The above is complemented by an extensive cooperative gameplay for up to 12 players.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 (X360)
Action 02 March 2010
A sequel to 2008's Battlefield: Bad Company - an acclaimed shooter game. Again, the game was created by DICE - a Swedish developer belonging to Electronic Arts. In the story campaign, the player is acquainted with further adventures of the titular Bad Company. This time, Privates Preston Marlowe, Terrence Sweetwater, Corporal George Haggard, and Staff Sergeant Samuel Redford are trying to obtain information on a secret scalar weapon capable of deciding the victor in the war between the United States and Russia. The gameplay here is based on spectacular, first-person shooting sequences, during which the player makes use of various weapons and vehicles. Also, the game offers an extensive multiplayer mode featuring a system of ranks and bonuses.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier (X360)
Action 22 May 2012
The fifth major installment in the bestselling series of tactical TPP shooters signed with the name of the legendary writer Tom Clancy. The title was developed by a first party studio of the Ubisoft company. In the game, the player once again assumes the role of a special forces soldier who, together with his team, participates in a series of dangerous missions in such places as Zambia and Dagestan. As the title suggests, the game focuses on the newest achievements of military science, allowing the players to test many prototype weapons and even gadgets like the special camouflage thanks to which a soldier that isn’t moving becomes completely invisible. Similarly as in the previous installments of the series, Future Soldier focuses mostly on the tactical aspect and the necessity to coordinate actions in a group. The single-player campaign is supplemented with an advanced multiplayer mode. Fans of weapons can also use a special system which allows for assembly and disassembly of customized rifles and pistols from a few dozen available components.
The Saboteur (X360)
Action 04 December 2009
A game developed by the creators of Mercenaries. The title takes place in Paris occupied by the Nazis during the World War II. In Saboteur the player assumes the role of an Irish man named Sean who begins a guerilla war against the occupant. The gameplay consists mostly of sabotaging German plans and structures, which awakens the will to fight in other citizens. The player must silently eliminate important persons, blow up military transports and kill many regular soldiers. While in the area controlled by the enemy, the action is shown using only black and white colors, like in the movie Schindler’s List – the locations are filled with sadness and emptiness. Freeing regions from the iron grip of the Germans radically changes the atmosphere into one filled with colors and happiness. Sean can fight not only with his fists, but is also capable of using guns, climbing on rooftops and driving various vehicles: bikes, cars, boats and even airplanes. The world of Saboteur is large and open and in the virtual Paris the player can find many characteristic buildings, including the Eiffel Tower.
Action 15 March 2011
A first-person shooter developed by KAOS Studios (Frontlines: Fuel of War). The scenario was written by John Milius, the screenwriter for Apocalypse Now. Homefront presents a vision of a near future where, after an economical crisis, the United States were suddenly attacked and eventually occupied by North Korea. The player assumes the role of a member of resistance and together with two companions he completes various missions aimed at the occupant. Various weapon types, both modern and futuristic ones, can be used against the opponents. Sequences during which the player controls vehicles such as a helicopter or a Humvee make the game more interesting. Homefront was inspired by such well-known shooters as Half-Life and Call of Duty. Similarly as those titles, it offers a linear singleplayer campaign. In addition to that, the game offers expanded multiplayer mode. Multiplayer battles take place on a greater scale than in singleplayer and vehicles are very important in them. Additionally, players can unlock new weapons and gadgets for points obtained during the game.
Spec Ops: The Line (X360)
Action 26 June 2012
A dynamic TPP action game created by Yager Development. The game provides a continuation to the Spec Ops series started by Zombie Studios in 1998. The action takes place in Dubai, which is devastated by sand storms. The Delta Force team reaches the place in order to find the missing American soldiers who remained in town to protect its inhabitants. The plot of the game presents the player with grave moral dilemmas on more than one occasion. The gameplay itself focuses on traversing subsequent locations and fighting enemies. The player leads a team of three skilled soldiers. The dynamic movement of sand is an important element to the game, for it can become either an ally or a foe in certain situations. Apart from the single player campaign, the game features a multiplayer component. Spec Ops: The Line stands out with spectacular visuals and its unique, yellowish color palette.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Trilogy (X360)
Action 17 May 2016
A collection comprising of three installments in one of the most popular FPS series. It was created by Activision for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 consoles. The set includes three games belonging to the subseries developed by Infinity Ward: Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (including the additional Stimulus map package), and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Trilogy package does not bring any changes to the gameplay mechanics or audiovisuals of individual installments. In all the three games, the player participates in fictional military conflicts set at the turn of the 21st century, assuming the roles of several different characters sent to different places on Earth, such as New York or Dubai. The story campaigns (Modern Warfare 2, Modern Warfare 3) are complemented by special challenges, which can be completed either solo or in cooperation with another player. Also, the package includes extensive multiplayer modes.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 - Vietnam (X360)
Action 21 December 2010
An expansion pack intended exclusively for the multiplayer mode of the tactical FPS Battlefield: Bad Company 2 by EA Dice. The expansion casts the players into the harsh reality of the titular Vietnam War and features five entirely new maps, none of which lacks the distinctive elements of the said conflict. Therefore, the countless trenches, tunnels, and narrows will make for excellent locations in which you can ambush your opponents. The players have also received numerous additions into their arsenal, namely 15 new weapons from this particular era of warfare and 6 previously unavailable vehicles. Competitive games can take place in several modes introduced in the vanilla version of the game; however, the new equipment and a different setting have somewhat influenced the slightly distinct style of skirmishes, which now favors fast-paced battles in close quarters. Battlefield: Bad Company – Vietnam has been fully integrated with the base version of the game, which means that all of the acquired experience and commendations will be added to the already existing player account.