Gameplayer has gone live with a positive review of Call of Duty: World at War, although it is not all praises. In particular they have concerns about the multiplayer side of the game.
"Now, when we say 'personal touches', you might think we're referring to its visual fidelity and meticulous attention to detail. Sure that's a factor, but we could just be talking about the way the combat requires a more personal touch from you (like shish kabobbing up a storm with your trusty bayonet). You may even think that the term 'personal touches' relates to the way Treyarch has included not only online four player co-op, but some old school split-screen multiplayer action too."