Game Focus: Call of Duty: World at War Review

Game Focus writes: "Last year, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare was a hit with fans because of its present day contemporary setting. This year, Call of Duty returns to World War II setting but takes us to the pacific front. Fans couldn't help but be skeptical admittedly, many first person shooters like this period in history, specifically every Call of Duty before Modern Warfare. Whether you're a fan of the single-player campaign or the addictive multiplayer, you can't deny that Activision has found a working formula with the CoD games. Here we take a look at the latest addition to the first person shooter, Call of Duty: World at War."


+ Actual WWII media enhances cut-scenes
+ Tonality is gritty and grim, high adrenaline and excitement
+ Cool additions like cooperative play and flamethrower
+ Nazi Zombie mode
+ During multiplayer,I can only hear people in my party


- World War II is over-used for plot devices
- Multiplayer Boot-Camp lets high level players piggy-back in for ganking
- Multiplayer exploits on some maps
- Only five slots of customization available, rest I must Prestige to open up
- Presence of tanks might turn-off some players

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