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A la veille de sa sortie aux Etats-Unis, Shacknews vient de publier une preview de Call of Duty : les chemins de la victoire sur PSP.

Le journaliste trouve que cet opus sur PSP est très bon, les mauvaises langues qui disaient que la console portable de Sony n'était pas faite pour les FPS se trompent (!) :
I have not played a first-person shooter on a handheld that I have actually been able to properly control. Even NST's Metroid Prime: Hunters (NDS), which has very manageable control scheme options, felt unwieldy to me. Just as I began to wonder if FPS games should even exist on handhelds, Call of Duty: Roads to Victory came along and impressed me with its solid controls, sharp graphics, and staple Call of Duty ambiance.

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Au final, Shacknews aime vraiment CoD : Roads to Victory et sa conclusion s'en ressent :
[...] I enjoyed my time with Call of Duty: Roads to Victory. Based on my limited hands-on time, Amaze Entertainment has crafted a first-person shooter that isn't too complex to be enjoyed on the limited number of buttons available on a handheld. The artificial intelligence is a bit too artificial at times, but the ability to enjoy Call of Duty's trademark immersion--especially the audio--on a handheld is an opportunity I recommend for PSP gamers looking for a solid action title.
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