Call of Duty: World at War
Lengthy singleplayer campaign is engaging.
Fun coop mode.
Bloody and gory.
Epic set pieces.
Killer voice acting.
Brutal combat is a welcome addition to the CoD series.
Gritty, exciting story.
Same excellent multiplayer system.
Fourplayer cooperative campaign.
Makes us long for Call of Duty 4.
Back to WWII yet again.
Feels a bit too much like Modern Warfare for its own good.
Single player campaign is too short.
Familiar setting and game mechanics.
By TechSpot on November 17, 2008
I have to admit I was very skeptical about Call of Duty: World at War upon learning it wasn't being developed by Infinity Ward, the original creators of the series and developers of all previous PC releases. However, as it turns out, World at War is a-
By Ocaholic on March 31, 2009
Like its predecessors Call of Duty World at War belongs into every gamers collection. With the Call of Duty series Activision can nearly guarantee a good title and also with World at War you wont be disappointed. Interesting single player missions...-
By Zath UK on February 17, 2009
Many people were a little taken aback when it was announced that Call of Duty 5 would return back to a World War 2 setting in Call of Duty: World at War, however I’m someone who hadn’t played Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (and still...-
By Maximum PC on February 11, 2009
The odds have always been stacked against Call of Duty: World at War. This sequel revisits an undeniably exhausted FPS setting—World War II—and wasn’t designed by series creator Infinity Ward, but Treyarch has delivered a sufficiently...70
By Atomic MPC on February 04, 2009
Hard to recommend amongst the recent crop of...69
By Testfreaks on January 24, 2009
Call of Duty World at War is an excellent game overall, it’s got everything that any gamer would want in a game of this type, blood, gore, violence, bad language and so much more. Treyarch does a great job utilizing the COD4 engine for this game,...80
By TheTechLounge on January 16, 2009
Eventually I wussed out and played through it on easy because that at least kept the frequency of the instant deaths down to a minimum and since the game has no AI and the enemies are equally numerous and about as easy to kill, it appears to me that...-
By Expert Reviews on January 01, 2009
After a brief, but brilliant, journey to the present day with Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, this latest instalment of the long-running shooter series returns to its World War 2 roots. This is a surprising move considering Modern Warfares...80
By Craving Tech on December 22, 2008
COD 5 is the first person shooter game that you should be playing this holiday season, especially if you like all Call of Duty games. COD 5 plays and looks similar to the previous Call of Duty game because of it using the same engine, but this means...-
By V3.co.uk on December 08, 2008
World at War could be seen as something of a step back for the Call of Duty series, which shifted to the present day with last year’s Modern Warfare. Instead of re-using the previous game’s frenetic contemporary setting, World at War returns...80