The only thing that the Wii's Call of Duty: World at War suffers from is poor gameplay. Players will use the nunchuk to guide their character's footsteps and the Wii remote to aim the gun. In theory, this sounds cool but the process can be painstaking and you may even get dizzy from trying to aim the gun. Luckily, you can switch the controls to five different styles and one of them includes the use of the Wii Zapper. However, none of these five modes, including the Wii Zapper, makes things much easier on players. This is the only flaw in an otherwise enjoyable game.