Reviews for Call of Duty: World at War
The Ultimate WWII Shooternudeood | Aug. 13, 2013 | See all nudeood's reviews »
This was the first Call of Duty game I had the chance to play a good few years back, and was one of the main reasons I originally purchased a PS3. The single-player campaign is a realistic portrayal of the grim intensity of the WWII frontline. Each mission is diverse and introduces new weapons and gameplay mechanics such as vehicles and stealth. There is an additional 'veteran' difficulty for those who want to experience the game as brutal as the reality it depicts. The online multiplayer allows you to play with weapons and locations from the campaign mode in various gamemodes from Deathmatch to Capture the Flag. The movement and shooting controls are incredibly responsive and still stand as some of the best in modern gaming. The final gamemode, 'Nazi Zombies' is an interesting feature which adds an element of abstract fun in the midst of all the realistic and dark missions. You may not enjoy it as much as some of the other parts of the game, but it's a great extra feature that serves as a fun break with friends.