GT reviews Call of Duty 3, which features “new close-quarters battle mechanics bring you face-to-face with your enemy.” Video review after the jump.

The most obvious thing about the game’s visuals is that this is a darker and more contrasted game than Call of Duty 2. By that, we don’t mean that everything is set in the dark of night, but rather that blacks are blacker and shadows hide their hidees with ease. The contrast between light and dark gives the game a more realistic look than we’ve seen in the first two titles in the series

[via IGN]

GT reviews Call of Duty 3, which features “new close-quarters battle mechanics bring you face-to-face with your enemy.” Video review after the jump.

The most obvious thing about the game’s visuals is that this is a darker and more contrasted game than Call of Duty 2. By that, we don’t mean that everything is set in the dark of night, but rather that blacks are blacker and shadows hide their hidees with ease. The contrast between light and dark gives the game a more realistic look than we’ve seen in the first two titles in the series

[via IGN]