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7.5

Generally favorable reviews- based on 22 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 17 out of 22
  2. Negative: 2 out of 22

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  1. Dec 30, 2011
    9
    Call of Duty Roads to Victory is a must-buy for PSP gamers. The reason I rate a 9 for this game was because of one thing: Multiplayer. In multiplayer, it doesn't have infrastructure online play than Medal of Honor Heroes have. Instead the game has ad hac. But whats good about this game is the graphics, the gameplay, the sound, and everything! If you have friends who have this game then this game is right thing for you! Expand
  2. Feb 23, 2012
    8
    Roads to Victory succeeds at bringing the Call of Duty experience to the Playstation Portable, it really feels like COD 2 and 3 for consoles, the controls are obviously not as good as the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions, but they work great for a handheld system, and the sound and graphics are pretty good, and it's a lot of fun, the multiplayer isn't all that great but still some fun with friends, and the campaign is a little short, but if you looking for a great FPS experience for the PSP, or just want to play some Call of Duty on the go this is a good purchase. Expand
  3. Apr 15, 2012
    8
    A good game, especially on the PSP. Very fun to play, alright controls and a unique storyline no other console has produced.
    It has quite a fast load if installed on the PSP with custom firmware, but is way too large to be loading off a UMD (700mb!)
  4. Nov 23, 2012
    9
    This game defines WW2 with it's action packed missions
  5. Apr 29, 2013
    7
    *NOTE: This review is for the Vita version of the game.
    After the failure of the Vita's Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified, im glad to say that Roads to Victory is a strong improvement. With the Vita's second analog stick, you may now play the game as if it were on a console. The graphics are strictly OK, but you still have to respect that it is a 2007 PSP title. Finally, there is no
    multiplayer on the Vita version, but thats what Black Ops Declassified is for. SCORE: 7.0/10 Expand
  6. Oct 15, 2013
    6
    Call of Duty's debut on Sony's portable is, without its issues, a fine addition to the franchise. Roads to Victory brings us back to Call of Duty's roots, as we play through historical WW2 events in first-person format. In terms of single player, Roads to Victory boasts a lengthy campaign, in which we play as US, British, and Canadian soldiers, all of which bear their own motivations. Roads to Victory's gameplay is mediocre at best. While Roads to Victory's control scheme is well thought out, the game lacks any real innovation. While players will be met with decent set pieces, engaging vehicles sequences, and addictive run-and-gun first-person fun, Roads to Victory's gameplay often feels like a tech demo for an early Call of Duty title. Graphically, Roads to Victory looks fine for a game over six years old. While environments tend to look rather muddy, guns look fairly detailed. Overall, Roads to Victory is essentially a clone of the original Call of Duty, and that isn't an entirely bad thing. Expand
Metascore
64

Mixed or average reviews - based on 45 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 45
  2. Negative: 3 out of 45
  1. It is fair to say that I was completely amazed when I booted the PSP up for a quick go, and then realised that I was still playing the damned game four hours later. I can’t reiterate enough, that I never thought that a handheld FPS could work as well as this.
  2. Throughout the game, you'll find all sorts of signs that the developers knew what would ruin the experience, and so worked overtime to avoid those pitfalls. As a result, Call of Duty: Roads to Victory is a serious contender for the handheld FPS crown. [Apr 2007, p.51]
  3. The gameplay has been made more accessible but nonetheless engaging for the handheld, and the presentation, particularly the sound, is great. The PSP is not perfectly suited for first person shooters, but this is about as good as it can get.