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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (Nintendo DS)

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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

Developer: n-Space
Publisher: Activision
Platform: Nintendo DS
Released in US: November 5, 2007
Released in EU: November 9, 2007
Released in KR: January 25, 2008


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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is one of the few first-person shooters to make the leap to the DS. It is based on its big brother who, for some time, dominated the FPS market for major consoles such as Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

Geist DS

Within the ROM can be found two files, credits.bin and Credits.txt, which contain a few references to a "Geist DS". Both virtually the same in content, they contain this credits message:

geist ds™
for nintendo ds

credits

lead software engineer

shawn leaf

software engineers

leon brown
john m. meyers

lead artist

jason miller

artists

aaron c. gaines
james j. inziello
scott kiraly
jeanne m. kiraly
w. randy king
joshua davis 

audio

mike reed

producers

bob hichborn
erick s. dyke

special thanks

thanks to the following people 
for their valuable help 
and support:

dan o’leary
sean purcell
gary meyers
and 
especially to the originating 
geist™ team at
n-space, inc.

Geist DS was never released, but the development team (n-Space) is very well known for their work on Geist, a first-person shooter for the GameCube. In fact, several if not most of the names mentioned within the unused credits file were part of the Geist development team. Rumors of a Geist DS surfaced when IGN toured n-Space's office while Geist for GameCube was still in development. A released video revealed a developer working with a Nintendo DS development kit, substantiating the rumor.

While it is unknown if the DS Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare originally started as Geist DS, it is safe to say Geist DS did exist at one point.