World War II may have ended in 1945, but that hasn’t stopped the axis and allies from waging war against one another on the video game front. Call of Duty 2 was one of the Xbox 360’s best games when the system launched last November. The game made use of the console’s power to generate outstanding visuals and sound, immersing players in combat like never before. With Call of Duty 2 developer Infinity Ward having moved on to other projects, the series has been placed in the hands of Treyarch, the developer behind Call of Duty 2: Big Red One. It did not disappoint. Call of Duty 3 plays every bit as good as its predecessor, and it has improved multiplayer and visuals, too.