Call of Duty: World At War
Call of Duty: World At War doesn't live up to last year's monumental Modern Warfare, but it's still an enjoyable first-person shooter. There's no shortage of action, as you'll shift between two different campaigns (Pacific and European) and take down hundreds of enemies with real world weapons. Each environment looks amazing as you explore dense jungles and bombed cities. In addition, the superb audio features impressive explosions, gunshots and voice acting, particularly Gary Oldman's portrayal of a grizzled Russian sniper. The multiplayer modes deliver, between the addition of a four-player co-op campaign and the addictive Nazi Zombie mode. We just wish there was more character development and jaw-dropping moments. Otherwise, Call of Duty: World at War is an edge of your seat WWII romp.
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