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Submitted by Villain 2551d ago | review

Call Of Duty: World At War Review by

First of all, the campaign is a fairly short campaign, with about 7 to 10 hours of play over the single player story, this experience is extended though by the addition of 2 player split screen co-op, or 4 player online co-op. This co-operative campaign plays out in a very similar way to the Arcade Mode in Call Of Duty 4. The story itself branches across two different fronts, you play as both Private Miller of the US Marine Corps, and Private Dimitri Petrenko of the Soviet Red Army. During the Marine campaign you battle the Japanese army and take part in many key WW2 events including the famous Makin Island raid. Likewise on the Soviet Front you battle the Nazi army and even take part in toppling the Reichstag. (Call of Duty: World at War, PC, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360)
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