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Daily Mail Review: Call of Duty World at War

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The previous installment in what is probably the most popular first-person shooter franchise inhabited a futuristic netherworld where twists and turns abounded, and a carefully scripted plot kept you guessing to the last.

It also boasted what remains the most enjoyable online multi-player around, with many players still plugging in for an hour or two of sci-fi carnage despite possessing a shelf-load of supposedly superior subsequent releases.

The bar, then, has been set pretty high and expectations for this, the fifth in the series, are correspondingly lofty.

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JDW3316d ago

"a futuristic netherworld "

It was modern warfare...not futuristic warfare.