Call of Duty: World at War Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 8.7/10

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Call of Duty: World at War Reviews

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Digital Chumps 8.8/10 Nov 18 '08
Extreme Gamer 9.4/10 Dec 01 '08
Game Chronicles Magazine 9.4/10 Nov 12 '08
GameDaily 8/10 Nov 11 '08
Gamespot UK 8.5/10 Nov 11 '08
GameZone 8.5/10 Nov 11 '08
IGN PS3 9.2/10 Nov 11 '08
The Next Level 5/5 Jan 07 '09
Thunderbolt 8/10 Dec 16 '08
ZT Game Domain 9.3/10 Nov 11 '08
Destructoid 6/10 Nov 16 '08
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Call of Duty: World at War Previews

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EuroGamer Jun 23 '08
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"Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is easily my most played game of 2007. It was, in fact, the title that made me truly care about online gaming, thanks to its fast-paced "meat grinder" sty..."
"I'm convinced nevertheless that every time the Treyarch team heard the name 'COD4' during their recent demonstration of the fifth Call of Duty game, their eyes narrowed a little, their lips pursed and a distinctly frosty tone crept into their voices."
"The ultra-smooth controls, immersive story elements and distinct differences from mission to mission keep World at War feeling fresh and always fun. Even if you’re not going to jump online, World at War is worth a look. "
"Treyarch has taken all their expertise with the COD engine and borrowed all of the fantastic multiplayer tech from Modern Warfare to create the ultimate military shooter, a shooter so satisfying and complete you won't care what war it is you're fighting. "
"By staying largely true to the formula that made Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare so successful, Call of Duty: World at War has ensured a proven level of technical quality, particularly in the multiplayer arena. On the other hand, one of Modern Warfare's strengths was its fresh approach, and by embracing a familiar setting and familiar mechanics, World at War achieves greatness but falls short of excellence. This is only a bad thing if you are expecting this game to top its benchmark predecessor. If, however, you are hoping for an exciting campaign, fun cooperative play, and engaging multiplayer action, then you'll find a lot to be happy about in World at War."