Gaming Age writes:
"While Call of Duty: World at War definitely borrows heavily from it's predecessor, it still remains a damn good follow up to Modern Warfare, and well worth taking the time to check out. The multiplayer mode retains all the fun of CoD4, while making a few slight changes here and there that all work out well, and the single player campaign is a blast with a group of friends involved. Even the oddly placed Zombie mode is entertaining for a couple of hours here and there, and I think players will be surprised with how addictive this one mode is. World at War is definitely worth the asking price, and I highly suggest checking it out. If you've been on the fence about taking a step back in time, I urge you to at least give it a try, and I think you'll come away being pretty impressed that there's still some life left to the World War 2 shooter genre."