Treyarch has done a good job creating a single player campaign that is entertaining in the best looking WW2 game to date.
THE BOTTOM LINE: Developer Treyarch did a fantastic job of not reinventing the wheel with World at War. Rather, they took the best elements of Modern Warfare and expanded upon them. The end product is a thrilling experience that injects some of the visceral punch back into World War II. The single-player mode is short but sweet and it unlocks the awesome Nazi Zombies mode but the true strength of WaW is the compelling multiplayer, which should have you huddled in the virtual trenches for a long time to come. Sports Legends gave Call of Duty: World at War a B.