Call of Duty: World at War completely changes the rules of engagement by redefining WWII gaming and thrusting players into the final tension-filled, unforgiving battles against a new ferocious enemy in the most dangerous and suspenseful action ever seen in WWII.

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Kastrenzo says

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One of the few Call of duty games I actually loved. It brought out the grim and brutal nature of World War II, had two diverse campaigns, and most of the weapons felt satisfying.

NO I DONT GIVE A **** ABOUT NAZI ZOMBIES

8

Despite a huge load of historical inaccuracies (seriously, TONS of them). This magnificent game got a very impressive storyline, atmosphere, and soundtracks.
It also greatly represents the true face of war: how dark, violent and terrifying it is. But in case if you disagree with this, then I'd rather say it was VERY CLOSER than what any other game from this franchise had ever done.

Plus, Zombie mode is simply helluva fun!

9

It's my favorite Call of Duty.

the last good call of duty!

10

Amazing Game! With anything which a great game must have! Aside a really great Single Player campaign and a very bloodly Multiplaer also comes with COOP for the entire campaign and even Zombies! Aside that with the ModTools you can find several great mods and even more amazing maps around the internet. Really a complete game like none released later. I might say is the LAST FULL FPS GAME released!

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9

I like it a lot.

Bo tak

Love the game

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Highest Rated (6 agree) 8/10

One of the few Call of duty games I actually loved. It brought out the grim and brutal nature of World War II, had two diverse campaigns, and most of the weapons felt satisfying.

NO I DONT GIVE A SHIT ABOUT NAZI ZOMBIES

Jul 27 2011 by Kastrenzo