Call Of Duty: World At War

Call Of Duty: World At War 1.1

Call of Duty - World at War is the latest entry in the COD series
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Call of Duty - World at War is the latest entry in the COD series. With the success achieved by last year's Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare, I though it unlikely that another COD game could be as good as that one was. Luckily, I was mistaken. Call of Duty World at War brings the user back to WW2, a highly over-used scenario for first person shooters. However, by keeping the COD4 engine and adding several interesting features, they managed to create a thrilling and intensive game. The voice acting is great. Actors like Kiefer Sutherland comment on your every move, and it makes you feel like you are watching 24. I guess that's a good thing. The weapons are the only let-down that I could experience so far. They are not "modern," so going back to old weapons is proving to be tough. However, the game plays extremely well. It is realistic, fast-paced and stable. I haven't experienced a single crash so far. Multiplayer is the best part of any COD game, and this is the case too. However, the single-player campaign is also fun for those not so fond of the hectic multiplayer world. All in all, COD5 has simply become the best WW2 first person shooter, ever.

José Fernández
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Review summary

Pros

  • Great graphics.
  • Great storyline and multiplayer.
  • Intense cut-scenes

Cons

  • NONE
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