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KillerKat

Turning Point: Fall of Liberty

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This is a great game to play if you miss the old school WW2 Call of Duty or Medal of Honor games from 12-15 years ago. It's almost exactly like them, even down to the sound and graphics. Just go through level after level of killing Nazis. Some levels are extremely hard. A few boards I had to redo almost 10 times.

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how is the multiplayer? no one played cod1 or mohaa for the campaign.

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I tried to do multiplayer but it kept saying there were no servers.

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And for Medal of Honor, I'm talking the very first 2 for the original playstation.

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And many people played those games you mentioned for the campaign btw.

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