The first console-only installment in the award-winning Call of Duty series, Call of Duty: Finest Hour takes players to the frontlines of combat to experience the cinematic intensity, chaos of battle and epic moments of WWII. Call of Duty: Finest Hour features all-new combat missions, intense squad-based combat and cinematic special effects - delivering a breathtaking first person action gaming experience.
This is hands down my favorite Call of Duty to come out. Although I consider Call of Duty Black Ops to be the best "all around" Call of Duty game, Finest Hour wins due to nostalgia. Since I didn't have a PC that could do much of anything until recently, I got Call of Duty Finest Hour on my PS2 when it came out. After playing the PC version of Call of Duty, I must say that I loved Finest Hour much more. There's something about the narrative of Finest Hour that makes it a game that is so hard to forget. Games like Medal of Honor, which was popular at the time, showed this single soldier defying odds against an unbelievable amount of Nazis. Finest Hour on the other hand allowed you to play as multiple soldiers from the multiple allied countries. Hearing each characters story really gave you the feel that they were simple people who got thrown into this chaotic war. The characters, setting, music, and online make this a game that I'll never forget.