NZGamer writes: "It's been a tough start to the summer. Our needs as consumers have emptied our wallets, part time jobs at Burger King reluctantly picked up, credit cards maxed. The quality titles are here, and unfortunately Call Of Duty: World At War is one more to add to the bunch - albeit one that could potentially lose out in the sea of competition. After all, folks have been skeptical: the game was developed not by Infinity Ward, the team who brought us the celebrated COD: Modern Warfare, but by Treyarch, the team who brought us the poorly received COD 3. And after the (alarmingly relevant) Modern Warfare, who wants to return to stuffy, rehashed WW2? It was grim. Grandpa told us so. We get it".