Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare - £2.99 / Call of Duty: Black Ops - £3.59 / Call of Duty: World at War - £3.59 (Xbox One/360) (Pre-owned) @ Music Magpie
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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare - £2.99 / Call of Duty: Black Ops - £3.59 / Call of Duty: World at War - £3.59 (Xbox One/360) (Pre-owned) @ Music Magpie

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Found 21st Apr
All three are backwards compatible

Call of Duty: Black Ops - £3.59

Call of Duty: World at War - £3.59

Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare

It doesn’t matter what century it is. Democracy has its enemies, and from time to time those enemies need shooting at.

With that in mind, Infinity Ward has taken its ever popular Call of Duty series out of the 1940s and World War II and into the modern era. You might have left behind the moral comfort to be had from knowing you’re fighting Nazis, but now you get to play with all kinds of fancy modern doodads.

Fighting as a U.S. Marine or a British SAS soldier, you’ll travel the world, dropping into troubled hotspots through a twisting and turning story to defend truth, justice and...well, whatever qualifies as the American way these days.

You’ll fight with any of 70 new weapons and pieces of kit, including assault rifles with laser sites, claymore mines, .50 caliber sniper rifles, and M-249 SAW machine guns. Other fancy gadgets include night-vision goggles and ghillie suits for you to do your stealthy thing with.

Naturally, it all comes with a dollop of next gen gloss, with the graphics overhauled and improved audio which includes realistic battle communications chatter.

The multiplayer aspect builds on the experience provided in Call of Duty 2, with a create a class option allowing players to customise their gear, unlockables and perks coming out of experience points, and matchmaking and leaderboards.

Call of Duty Black Ops

War stories can only be told so many times, right? When you come to recounting the history of World War II a sixteenth time, chances are you’re going to be telling the exact same tale. But what about the soldiers that are never mentioned? The operatives that, officially, don’t exist - their actions never documented and their accomplishments never commended?

Treyarch is telling the story of the Cold War in Call of Duty: Black Ops, but from a very different point of view. You get to play as an elite soldier - the best of the best - as you tackle these questionable and top-secret missions. Sabotage and stealth are your weapons here as you fight enemies in the Soviet Union, Vietnam and many other warzones that were present during the time of the Cold War.

As a member of an elite force, inspired by the real-life Studies and Observations Group, your word on the battlefield is final. Whether it’s in the snowy peaks of Russia or in the burning landscape of Hue City, your actions help drive fellow units to victory. Leaping from one soldier’s personal experience to another, crossing time periods and countries along the way, allows for a branching storyline that intertwines with all of these soldier’s lives.

Call of Duty World at War

Call of Duty: World at War has a lot to live up to. The venerable Call of Duty franchise was taken to new heights by Infinity Ward’s Call of Duty 4, and expectations are high. So, what does World at War, developed by CoD3 developer Treyarch, have to offer?

Well, it has a rock-solid foundation, for starters. The game has been built using the Call of Duty 4 engine, so expect the same cinematic visuals and tight control of CoD4. You’ll really see it in action with the likes of the flamethrower, which adds fire into the mix as a new dynamic to play around with.

Treyarch has also gone back to the war that made the Call of Duty series famous - WWII. Rather than tread the same old battlefields, however, players will be thrust into the muddied boots of Russian and American soldiers on multiple fronts. A heavy emphasis has been put on the Pacific Theatre, meaning players will have to take on Japanese soldiers deploying kamikaze attacks, ambush tactics and Banzai charges.

New to the series is co-op play, which will let players experience the camaraderie of the frontline as they get involved with up to four mates through the entirety of the single-player campaign. Naturally, this will be joined by competitive multi-player that builds on the success of CoD4.

The world needs you for fighting duties again. Time to step up.

And just like many Call of Duty games before it, Black Ops will feature an extensive multiplayer mode, offering intense warfare with friends and strangers alike over the internet.
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COD4 and WAW are classics.....
Had awesome memories, I miss the old times playing till 3 in the morning.
The in-game music created by Hans Zimmer, Sean Murray, Kevin Sherwood was awesome.
Just listening to it takes me back to all those epic moments.
win262 h, 3 m ago

Had awesome memories, I miss the old times playing till 3 in the morning. …Had awesome memories, I miss the old times playing till 3 in the morning. The in-game music created by Hans Zimmer, Sean Murray, Kevin Sherwood was awesome. Just listening to it takes me back to all those epic moments.[Video]


Same here, i do play now bops1 on xb1
Does the online still work?
Still holds up playing on XB1.
Loved Black Ops and have never played World ar War. Ordered both, great deal thanks OP
The thing i don`t get is if you are older than 21 you should not be playing games and if you are under 21 you should not be on website like this.....
maxmax24 m ago

The thing i don`t get is if you are older than 21 you should not be …The thing i don`t get is if you are older than 21 you should not be playing games and if you are under 21 you should not be on website like this.....


This makes no sense
World at War has now dropped in price
That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard.
PatonCavaney1 h, 18 m ago

This makes no sense


Did you not get the How to Human Manual?

It specifically states computer games are for children and deals are for pensioners.

...But rules are there to be broken, right?
The first modern warfare was the greatest game ever, on the pc before all the restrictions on servers were introduced. Proper clan based stuff.
See if they fixed the hackers (people with JTAG consoles) this game would still be on top, the remastered edition was a massive let down.
loopylloyd21st Apr

COD4 and WAW are classics.....


Used to be.
COD 4 Lobbies are all filled with snipers in case you're thinking of playing it on BC.
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