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Submitted by vickers500 2121d ago | news

Call of Duty Classic Coming To PSN, XBLA 'Eventually'

Back when Infinity Ward first revealed the special editions for Modern Warfare 2, little was mentioned about Call of Duty Classic, a downloadable version of the original Call of Duty game released in 2003.

Those who buy either the Hardened or Prestige editions will be given a token to download the game for free.

But what about those who just want to buy the regular edition? Well, you can download Call of Duty Classic, too, but you'll have to wait. (Call of Duty, Call of Duty: World at War, Culture, Dev, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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free2game365  +   2121d ago
....or you could buy it on steam, it's not exactly a demanding game
vickers500  +   2121d ago
Some people like myself prefer the good ol' sticks to keyboard and mouse combination. And the community of PSN and occasionally xbox live (when you are not partnered up with 12 year olds or frat boys) is more enjoyable to some.
free2game365  +   2121d ago
uh, what does XBL/PSN differences have to do with steam or the call of duty PC fanbase?
ExcelKnight  +   2121d ago
Good 'ol sticks?

Since when were they the best control scheme for FPS, especially old-school PC FPS?

The PS3 can support mouse & keyboard, so I hope CoD Classic does as well.
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Nelson M  +   2121d ago
Phew
Thank God for That
Now i wont get Suckered into buyin the other BullSh*t Editions

Hang on !!!
I was'nt gonna buy them Rip off Editions anyway
Mindboggle  +   2121d ago
It better have trophies/achievments..
Marquis_de_Sade  +   2121d ago
That's a given as all Arcade games have achievements (not community made ones though) and it's well past the Sony deadline for mandatory trophies in PS3 games.
IaMs12  +   2121d ago
yah it will but the problem is that its only 200 points, basicly like 10 achievements or less
jonnyp777  +   2121d ago
@ 2.2 - Not necessarily....
...because they could make small value achievements to allow more. They could have 200, one point achievements if they wanted. A little exaggerated, but I hope you see my point, haha.
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Alcohog  +   2121d ago
COD1 > COD4
ShabzS  +   2121d ago
sorry not even close ... as much as i love cod 1 its not better than mw ...

infact cod united offensive ... which is the expansion pack of cod 1 is probably 10 times better and more intense than cod 1 and cod 2...
agentace  +   2121d ago
COD4 is the worst out of all the CODs, its TOO n00b friendly
peacock1  +   2121d ago
Odds on activision trying to charge £40 for this?

Myself and my friends are only buying COD:MW2 preowned. Screw you Infinity ward.
RockmanII7  +   2121d ago
CoD2 is my favorite
Vip3r  +   2121d ago
Will this include UO too?
ShabzS  +   2121d ago
nah i dont think so ...
jonnyp777  +   2121d ago
Most likely not because....
...according to my box, UO was developed by Gray Matter Studios, not Infinity Ward. Would be nice though.

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