Let’s Play Call of Duty

Gunning through the original Call of Duty for the first time ever on veteran difficulty! There is no respawning health, and there are no health drops in the game anywhere, not even by enemies. This sounds like a tough task, and it kinda was, but considering that you can save anywhere through each level, it wasn’t as bad as I originally thought it was going to be. Still, two or so shots will kill you on this difficulty so you really have to be careful nevertheless. After playing Call of Duty 2 on the Xbox 360 so many times, I can definitely see where it got most of its level designs and ideas from this original piece. I am really happy to have finally played the COD game that started it all, as this was definitely on my bucket list of games to finally play and complete, and we did it on the hardest difficulty to top it off!

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