Gamecell: Call of Duty: World at War 360 review

Call of Duty: World at War is a mesmerising attempt at giving us armchair heroes a taste of what WWII was really like. It's failings are that while you get plenty of remarkable moments (like when an enemy soldier tries to toss a grenade back at you and it goes off in his hand, with all the gory results you'd expect, or when an ammo crate "cooks off" and spits bullets everywhere), they are too frequently wiped from your memory by recurring failings; when every other level ends in an Alamo or Custer's Last Stand-style defensive shoot out, or invisible walls, sticky scenery and grenades that appear out of thin air. It's a shame, because these annoying, inveterate flaws rob this game of greatness.

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