Call of Duty: World at War (2008)

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An epic story of an American marine and a Soviet soldier in WWII.


8.2/10
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Director:

Margaret Tang

Writers:

Craig Houston (story), Craig Houston (script), Chris Valenziano, Patrick Doody, Father ("Call of Duty: Zombies" created by)

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12 June 2009 | seandoel
9
| An instant Classic
I've read so many articles rubbishing w@w and treyarch and I can't help but wonder if they've even given this game a chance. It seems a lot of people are just unhappy that they've gone back to ww2 and that initial annoyance has tarred their judgement.

I played the game and tried not to compare it to cod4 but as it is so simular it's hard not to. If your looking for an opinion on which game is better I honestly couldn't say. If you stuck w@w in having never played cod4 you would be amazed, having played cod4 it isn't so stunning.

As for the single player campaign its 10/10, its lenghty and diverse, it captures you in a atmosphere never seen before in a ww2 shooter. The graphics are stunning and the gameplay is challenging yet rewarding. The content is much more mature than seen before and this adds to the other-all experience.

The multiplayer offers players a long term service and the map packs are a welcome enhancement. The improvements from its predecessors are many although some of the maps don't seem to have been thought through. Zombie mode offers a great break while offering merit.

To sum up, if you want to play a really involved FPS any call of duty will do ya, however world at war is special and will keep thrilled for much longer than other games.

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Release Date:

11 November 2008

Language

English, Japanese, German, Russian


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

New York City, New York, USA

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