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Call Of Duty: World At War (Classics)

Released on 10 December 2010

Rating: 15+ (BBFC)

4.0 out of 5 (4 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Powered by Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare technology, Call of Duty: World at War brings an uncensored edge to combat, as soldiers face the most harrowing and climatic European and Pacific battles in which an enemy, who knows no surrender and no retreat, will fight to the last breath, unleashing an arsenal of lethal surprising tactics. Peril and danger lurk throughout the battlefield as players combat the unknown risk of the new chaos of battle.

From the remains of Russia and the ruins of Berlin, to the beach and jungles of the deadly Pacific Theatre, the volatile action takes on added depth as players employ new features that previously were only available in multiplayer, including perks, rankings and online stats in up to full four-player co-operative gameplay. New infantry and vehicle-based weapons, like the potent flamethrower, bring the battlefield ablaze.

Final Battles: Call of Duty: World at War forces players to survive the final climactic days of a world at war to thwart the advance of Axis powers on multiple fronts from Europe to the Pacific - delivering the hallmark Call of Duty cinematic intensity on a worldwide scale. Play as a U.S. Marine or Russian conscript across a variety of European and Pacific infantry, vehicle and airborne missions.

    Co-Op Campaign Mode: "No One Fights Alone" takes on new meaning as players can complete the entire single-player campaign with up to four players online or two players via split-screen (both online and offline). Strategising with others provides gameplay diversity, replayability and engagement.

      Addictive Multiplayer: Call of Duty: World at War continues the addictive and leading class-based multiplayer action. The addition of vehicles to the highly-successful Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare multiplayer that already includes persistent experience, player rankings, upgradeable weapons, squad-based gameplay, map scripting, customisable classes and perks, brings a new dimension to Call of Duty online warfare.

        Unprecedented WWII Cinematic Quality: Utilising the jaw-dropping and revolutionary Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare engine, Call of Duty: World at War delivers an unprecedented level of visual and cinematic effects to WWII. Highly-detailed character models, self-shadowing, environmental lighting and amazing special effects up the WWII authenticity to new heights. Depth of field, rim-lighting and texture-streaming technology bring the adrenaline-pumping combat to life. Physics-enabled battlefields and destructible cover immerse players into the harrowing and dynamic combat.

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         Average rating (4 reviews)

         Multiplayer filled with hackers

        | | See all Zmurkz's reviews (1)

        I'm just writing this review to say that the Multiplayer as I write this review (19th July 2011) is filled with Hackers, Not many people play it and 90% of games you go into will have hackers with god mode and a no clip (which means they are able to fly around and through walls) I rarely get into games with no hackers and when I do it's fun, but it doesn't happen enough to warrent a purchase anymore, Treyarch have seemed to just abandon this game, which is sad, because it's a very underrated cod game. Of course It's still got a good campaign, like all COD's it's a short but sweet campaign and it has a co-op campaign mode which is fun and unique to this cod. However if your just going to purchase this for the multiplayer then stay clear as it is riddled with hackers and cheaters and no longer fun. If you want your call of duty multiplayer fix then; Black ops, Modern warfare 2 and Call of duty 4 all still have a strong amount of players (Cod4 has hackers but rarely, only about 10% of games I go in have hackers).

         Underrated game

        | | See all Kaiser97's reviews (5)

        A lot of people drool over Modern Warfare, and say this game is rubbish purely because it's another ww2 addition to the series, and yes, I suppose the cod series did release quite a few ww2 games, but personally I love the genre. Of all the cod ww2 games this is probably up there with cod 2, which was an undisputed classic.

        The single player campaign is strong, it's longer than cod 4 and just as enjoyable, in fact, of all the cod games, this is the one I've always come back to for single player. The Russian missions are certainly the better of the two campaigns, and I especially like those in Berlin. As for multiplayer, it is basically a carbon copy of cod 4, except that the MP40 is too good and overused, and sniping isn't half as fun. The multiplayer maps are good and the co-op Zombie mode is an attractive addition to the series, which is fun and popular.

        So, overall, 8/10, shame there's no British campaign, and the MP is nothing new, except the war game mode, but that's average. It's a match for cod 4 for me

         great single player online is sadly hacked

        | | See all stozza's reviews (59)

        Just bought this game second hand and have to agree with review below the single player is very good however the online play is sadly being ruined by complete morons who like to scroll website domains across the screen, fly in the air and be invincible which totally ruins any fun to be had online. I really wish the producers of the game would sort this issue out, i know its an old game but there are a lot of people still playing it. I really hope this doesnt happen to mw2 and black ops as they are both really good online still.

         world at war and zombies

        | | See all marshey10's reviews (2)

        call of duty world at war is a really good game. the campaign is really good you can do the campaign in co op and the bonus bit meaning zombies is really fun

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