Over the years, this so called Call of Duty has risen to become one of the biggest, if not the biggest, game series in the world. However, as time goes by, developer have to keep their player base interested and thus making some things like Call of Duty Heroes adapting to the ever evolving world of gaming. This is the first time since the first ever Call of Duty game that Activision tried something new touching different platforms way from what we used to seeing --- PC and gaming consoles. As far as the game quality goes, it has some pros and cons but nothing much that could really deter someone from playing it. This may not be a perfect fit for those who love Call of Duty as FPS game, but for those who love any Call of Duty game that developers throw at them, I highly recommend it.
Overall, this game offers a unique style of gameplay. However I felt that while these missions were fun and playing against your friends or anyone online is quite challenging, something is really missing. The main missions feature some great story and gameplay elements, high tech firefights, and epic scenes of combat on horseback. The campaign has a ton of great moments and has the makings of one of the best base building strategy on the market. However it suffers from lacking features that we all loved with other base building games. Luckily the game manages to overcome with a twist of its own. Thanks to the fast paced progress which keep boredom away from players.
if you want to dominate the game, and this is coming from someone that has a love hate relationship with the series ever since it was created way back more than a decade ago. It's a well made game and has some very high production values even with the fact that some of the critics considers it a copycat. Improvements were made were they were needed most. The campaign has been overhauled and is a rousing experience. Multiplayer is still fun and has some wonderful maps to play on. If you are a Call of Duty fan, hard core or casual, this game should be in your list if you ask me.