Call of Duty 2 As Revolution Launch Title?

We still don’t know for sure that Nintendo’s next-gen console is called the Revolution, and now we’re talking about possible launch titles? Indeed we are.

Got-Next is reporting that that Activision’s Call of Duty 2 will be the first third-party FPS title released to utilize the Revolution’s new controller. The motion detecting interface for the controller could be a good match for the aiming controls of a first-person shooter.

Most recently on the Xbox 360, Call of Duty 2 for Nintendo is being ported by Exakt Entertainment, who has adapted several third-party titles for Nintendo platforms. Exakt did ports of X-Men: Next Dimension, True Crime: Streets of L.A.,  and Call of Duty: Finest Hour for the GameCube.

If this turns out to be true, it will be a good test for not only the controls, but the graphics on the Revolution, which supposedly has less under the hood than the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
We still don’t know for sure that Nintendo’s next-gen console is called the Revolution, and now we’re talking about possible launch titles? Indeed we are.

Got-Next is reporting that that Activision’s Call of Duty 2 will be the first third-party FPS title released to utilize the Revolution’s new controller. The motion detecting interface for the controller could be a good match for the aiming controls of a first-person shooter.

Most recently on the Xbox 360, Call of Duty 2 for Nintendo is being ported by Exakt Entertainment, who has adapted several third-party titles for Nintendo platforms. Exakt did ports of X-Men: Next Dimension, True Crime: Streets of L.A.,  and Call of Duty: Finest Hour for the GameCube.

If this turns out to be true, it will be a good test for not only the controls, but the graphics on the Revolution, which supposedly has less under the hood than the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

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