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Favorite moviesStar Wars, Lord of the Rings, The Dark Knight, Aliens, The Terminator, Hard Boiled, Die Hard, Lethal Weapon, Apocallypse Now, Saving Private Ryan, Thirteen Days, Black Hawk Down, The Devil's Double, Lone Survivor, Rush... Just to name a few.Favorite TV showsStar Trek, Babylon 5, Battlestar Galactica, Fringe, Miami Vice, NYPD Blue, The Shield, Breaking Bad, Spartacus: Blood and Sand, Game of ThronesFavorite bands / musical artistsJimi Hendrix, Susumu Hirasawa, Bruce Springsteen, Moby, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, Hanz ZimmerFavorite booksStarship Troopers, Robert Conroy's 1945, Red Storm Rising, Rogue Warrior, Halo: The Fall of ReachFavorite writersAaron Sorkin, Shane Black, Frank Miller, Alan Moore, Tom Clancy, Ray Bradbury, Issac AsimovFavorite gamesMass Effect Trilogy, Half Life, Max Payne, Fallout 3, Uncharted, Call of Duty, Tie FighterFavorite gaming platformPCOther InterestsGood Food, Beautiful Women
I confess that I have never been much of a multiplayer gamer but was nonetheless drawn to the original Call of Duty and Medal of Honor games due to my interest in World War II history. I enjoyed the "greatest hits of WWII" aspect of the games' single player campaigns despite their brevity and I was disappointed when Infinity Ward chose to move the franchise to modern times when there was still so many theaters of the Second World War to explore.
While I appreciate Sledgehammer Games taking COD "back to it's roots," I think it was a mistake to set it in Normandy. Between Saving Private Ryan, Band of Brothers, Call of Duty 1, 2 AND 3, the first couple Medal of Honors and the Brothers in Arms series, Normandy has been done to death. It certainly looks decent but that "been there, done that" feeling is gunna drag it down. I heard you're going to encounter an all Black US Army unit over the course of the game and it would have been nice to have played as one of them instead. Hopefully they'll at least try to expand story and character development compared to previous games.
Also, I must point out that I think the game's title is stupid. You don't name your game Call of Duty: WWII unless you going to show the war itself through as many different perspectives as possible like the first few CODs did and Battlefield 1 did for WWI. Call of Duty: The Bloody First or something along those lines would have been much better since that's what the single player story will center around.
Note to Treyarch: If you're also going back to WWII next year here's what you do for World at War 2 to make it distinct from what we've seen before. Have it set in the Philippines and you play as a native Filipino who witnesses the Japanese invasion first hand and joins the resistance. The whole Philippines Campaign was almost Normandy level in itself in terms of scope. Wrap it up with the battle to retake the city of Manila, which was one of the bloodiest and craziest urban battles in history. Maybe alternate this player character with one from the all Japanese American infantry units who served with extreme distinction in it the Italian Campaign. Wrap that up with the Battle of Anzio which is another epic and bloody battle that a lot of people have never heard of. Hell, maybe even have us play as a Chinese soldier fighting the Japanese as well. Would certainly appeal to the China market.