The World War II genre is worn out, it's no secret -- especially when it comes to the Call of Duty series. Up until now, Activision alone has put out three World War II shooters: Call of Duty, Call of Duty 2 and Call of Duty 3. Call of Duty 3 wasn't nearly as accepted (or appreciated) as Call of Duty 2 was; the competitive community turned it down and kept on playing Call of Duty 2 while the public didn't even bother to purchase it. Activision needed to bring back the Call of Duty series with a bang and that they did. Infinity Ward took the responsibility to give users a fresh experience using modernized guns, RPG's, C4, Claymore's, grenades, flash grenades, the works. Their showing at this year's E3 won them Best in Show with numerous gaming media outlets and dubbed their multiplayer a possible "Halo killer." Activision themselves said they were going after Halo 3 specifically. Did they succeed?