USA Today Review: 'Call of Duty' revisits familiar turf in 'World at War'

USA Today writes: "Call of Duty military adviser retired Army Lt. Col. Hank Keirsey has three words for fans of the video game franchise who are bitter that the newest release, Call of Duty: World At War returns to World War II as a setting: Shut yer yap.

The new game, out today for the Microsoft Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, Sony PlayStation 2 and 3, Windows PCs and Nintendo DS, "met with a lot of resistance from gamers who said, 'We don't want to go back to World War II.' But what this game does is it takes a great engine from (last year's award-winning Call of Duty game) Modern Warfare but goes back to a campaign we haven't covered before," Keirsey says."

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The Matrix3407d ago

Familiar? WWII doesn't seem familiar.