Just a guy who interest in shooting games and some good ol' masterpieces, also interesting in historical contents from some certain video games and make some interesting reviews for them in STEAM.
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Also, my English is not quite fluent.. but don't worry, I keep trying to improve it!
This blog is gonna be the main page for my topic about Call of Duty: World at War's authenticity, mistakes, and suggestions to fix and improve it. For the sake of historical accuracies in the possibly future remastered or REBOOTED version.
First of all, I have to say this game is possibly my TOP favorite among the entire Call of Duty franchise. Mainly because of its impressive storyline, atmosphere, ambience, and soundtracks. Also, one of the few FPS that really shows how dark, violent, and terrifying the WAR is.
However, I've found out that there are TONS of historical mistakes in this game. Well, of course, it's nearly impossible to make any kind of historical media to be 100% because of so many reasons. And for videogames, just 70-80% accuracy is fair enough to me.
But the problem is, so many historical games in the past have a SERIOUSLY LOW historical quality. And for the WaW case... I can only give its accuracy rate for only 40-50%.
To make the matter worse, some of the mistakes in WaW are completely unbearable. It's only raising my DOUBT on the capabilities of Treyarch's research team. And well, even if they have more 'time' to make the game (lengthen a deadline and such) those mistakes will likely still appear in the game, nevertheless.
Thus, the vast amount of mistakes in this game is the main reason why I decided to create this topic. Just for an educational case for those who REALLY INTERESTED in historical and realism content.
Also as a suggestion to make the future version of this game to be even better and gain more valuable aspects.
However, I've to inform everyone that English is not my native language. So I must apologize if there is any of mistake appear in these articles, but you can help me by sending a suggestion through a private message box on how to improve it.
And of course, I'm NOT A HATER. All these efforts are just to make the game and this franchise even more interesting and get more respect from both of the old and new fans.
- For newcomers, I and warrior300 have created a pack of the overhaul mods for Call of Duty World at War's Single Player and Co-op. Aimed to increase the element of AUTHENTICITY for the game, and hope they will provide you even better and more challenging experiences than the vanilla version: Moddb.com
- You can support warrior300 by playing his "extreme variation" mod too: Moddb.com
- Here is my topic about the unrealistic issues on MW2 and suggestions: Steamcommunity.com
- My topics about "Ideas for improvement on historical contents for Brothers in Arms:
Road to Hill 30 and Earned in Blood version: Forums.gearboxsoftware.com
Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway version: Forums.gearboxsoftware.com
[UPDATED] - My latest topic about the unrealistic issues on MW1 and suggestions: Steamcommunity.com
That's should be all of it, if anyone has any disagreement, questions, or even more suggestions, feel free to leave them either here in the comment section or by private message.
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