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Call of Duty: Roads to Victory (PSP)

Call of Duty: Roads to Victory (PSP)
alaScore 84

58 reviews

Apr, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 58 reviews of Call of Duty: Roads to Victory (PSP). The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the Call of Duty: Roads to Victory (PSP) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Chris Wigham (consoleob.com)

Call of Duty: Roads to Victory PSP Review

 

Thanks to the lack of variety and the occasional glitch, there was definitely a hint of a rushed game when EA's Medal of Honor was released on the PSP. It was enjoyable enough, but it was still a little disappointing in a series that has offered us...

Call of Duty: Roads to Victory is most probably as good as the series is going to get on a handheld system. It was hardly going to be as great as ordinary Call of Duty, although full credit must go to the development team for getting all the important...

May, 2010

Violence Award

Expert review by : NowGamer ArchiveBot (nowgamer.com)

Call Of Duty: Roads To Victory (PSP) review

 

Don't be fooled, there's only one road here

It simply can’t get over the control drawbacks of Sony’s handheld. Some awesome sections of play draw you into the game, but with no real characterisation, it’s difficult to remain there for long.

Apr, 2007

Expert review by : Simon Parkin (pocketgamer.co.uk)

Call of Duty: Roads to Victory

 

What's in a name? Unusual accuracy, in the case of Roads to Victory

No such problem with Hitler's bombastic Third Reich. And, as for on-the-ground fighting, 1940's weaponry and artillery offers a recognisable form and a straightforward function – no messing about with drones or laser targeting. Despite the dark...

Mar, 2007

Expert review by : Stephen Riach (game-over.com)

Call of Duty: Roads to Victory

 

When it comes to World War II shooters, the Call of Duty franchise has led the charge in recent years. When Activision first announced Call of Duty was coming to the PSP however, I had my reservations. Would the series' trademark intensity translate to...

Call of Duty: Roads to Victory is a tough one to call. For me, the controls are the root of the game's issues in that they're not ideal for a combat intensive game like Call of Duty. To compensate, the enemy AI is dumbed down. To compensate for that,...

Mar, 2015

Expert review by : Ken "ZeroTolerance" McKown (ztgamedomain.com)

Call Of Duty: Roads To Victory

 

Just like Medal of Honor before it Call of Duty is now embracing the handheld market. The release of Call of Duty: Roads to Victory marks the series debut on...

Good Visuals ; Solid Multi-Player Component ; Retains Look & Feel Of Console Version

Lackluster Control ; Brain-Dead AI ; Linear Mission Structure

Jan, 2011

Expert review by : Graham Russell (snackbar-games.com)

Call of Duty: Roads to Victory

 

Call of Duty: Roads to Victory is the obligatory PSP port of the series, which has hit most consoles at least twice since its debut in 2003. At this point, most people know what to expect: a standard World War II-based military shooter with a dark,...

Jul, 2007

Expert review by : Jeffrey Robinson (videogametalk.com)

Call Of Duty: Roads To Victory

 
Jun, 2007

Expert review by : Jared Black (vggen.com)

Call of Duty: Roads to Victory

 

When bringing a popular console franchise to the handheld realm, one of the biggest challenges developers face is successfully translating the experience to more limited hardware. For most franchises, this means that some sacrifices must be made, and...

Captures the cinematic feel of the console installments well ; Amaze did a good job of adapting the controls to the PSP, offering several different options as well ; Typically impressive sound as the franchise is known for

Never controls as fluidly as you’d like, despite the decent control adaptation ; Single-player mode feels unfinished, with suspiciously short British and Canadian campaigns ; Event triggers are often finicky, and occasionally don’t trigger at all ;...

Call of Duty: Roads to Victory succeeds in doing the hard things right, but wastes all of that effort with poor A.I., odd design decisions, and bugs throughout. I definitely had some fun with the game, but this could've been so much more than it is.

Apr, 2007

Expert review by : Jeff Buckland (atomicgamer.com)

Call of Duty: Roads to Victory Review

 

It's tough being a PSP developer nowadays. It wasn't so bad back when itwas just the PS2 and Xbox alongside the PSP, but now that people are expectingHD graphics on their home consoles, it makes the PSP and its limited graphicscapabilities look pretty...

When comparing Call of Duty: Roads toVictory to the other WW2 shooter on the PSP,Medal of Honor: Heroes, I at firstthought that Activision's effort was better overall. But after severalhours of play, the difference becomes clear: whileRoads to Victory...

Apr, 2007

Expert review by (realmofgaming.com)

Call of Duty Roads to Victory

 

On one hand, you have possibly the worst Call of Duty title yet to be released. On the other, you have quite likely the best first person shooter the PlayStation Portable has to offer.

Apr, 2007