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- Call of Duty: World at War from Activision for the Xbox 360 redefines World War II gameplay
- Battle against fearless Japanese and German soldiers in epic infantry, vehicle, and airborne missions across Pacific and European locations
- Best-of-breed visuals, with highly-detailed character models, self-shadowing, environmental lighting and amazing special effects
- Cooperative campaign gameplay allows up to four players to meet and play online, or a two-player local split-screen co-op
- Online multiplayer action includes vehicle combat with tanks and a host of improved in-game, statistical features
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You've never encountered combat challenges like those presented in Call of Duty: World at War. Prepare yourself to face off against ruthless enemies who employ advanced tactics. Your foes will stop at nothing to defend their homelands. With swampy ambushes, tree-top snipers, and fearless Kamikaze attacks, there is no safe place to turn. As U.S. Marine and Russian conscripts, you'll battle against the fearless Imperial Japanese and elite German soldiers in epic infantry, vehicle, and airborne missions across a variety of Pacific and European locations. On foot, behind the wheel, or in the air, you'll have to be relentless to achieve victory.
Cutting-Edge Technology and Physics-Enabled Battlefields
Call of Duty: World at War utilizes cutting-edge technology, including highly-detailed character models, self-shadowing, environmental lighting and amazing special effects to deliver best-of-breed visuals. Depth of field, rim-lighting and texture-streaming technology bring the adrenaline-pumping combat to life. And with physics-enabled battlefields and fire that spreads realistically through environments, you'll feel immersed in battles that are both life-like and dynamic.
Cooperative Campaign Mode
For the first time in franchise history, Call of Duty introduces cooperative campaign gameplay, bringing a breath of fresh air to "No One Fights Alone." This gameplay mode allows up to four players to meet and play online, or a two-player local split-screen co-op. Now you can share the terrifying experience of campaign missions with your friends for greater camaraderie and improved tactical execution. Co-op mode also incorporates innovative multiplayer components, such as challenges, rankings and online stats, and even features a competitive co-op mode that will identify the best player on your team.
Improved Online Multiplayer Action
Call of Duty: World at War once again delivers sophisticated, class-based, online multiplayer action that has made the series famous. New additions include vehicle combat with tanks, and Call of Duty: World at War rounds out the multiplayer experience with improved features, such as persistent stats, player rankings, upgradeable weapons, squad-based gameplay, customized classes, enhanced perks, and more.
Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard
Top Customer Reviews
Storyline: It's completely fine. A lot better than CoD3, because you switch back and forth so much between America and Russia against Japan and Germany. Don't get me wrong, it didn't quite hook me as deeply as CoD4, but then again, I knew basically what was gonna happen in the game- I knew we'd win the war, I knew lots of people would die, and I knew it would all be great and grand in the end with lots of celebrating. CoD4, no, you didn't know anything that was gonna happen next, that's how they hooked you. You can't complain about this storyline just because you can "foreshadow" your HISTORICAL victory. Honestly.
Nazi Zombies: Upon beating campaign on any difficulty, you unlock the bonus mode, "Nazi Zombies" where you're trapped in a building by yourself or with friends and you, yeah, fight off hordes of zombies as long as you can. Is it fun? Not by yourself, unless you're one of those people that like being alone... When you're with a group of 4, with 3 friends, yeah, I personally have tons and tons of fun. Nothing quite like laughing while you poke your gun at a crawling zombie with no legs that keeps trying to bite you. I've had more fun with the Nazi Zombies mode than I have with CoD4 multiplayer & CoD5 multiplayer put together. It's just fun, luck, and skill.
Online Multiplayer: Here's where the game lost a star in the "fun" part of this rating... Online Multiplayer is without a doubt...Read more ›
Fan of "Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare"? If so you'll be in for a warm welcome, this game uses the same interface and multiplayer setup. Expect a pretty good frame rate, and a devastatingly hard campaign mode (for players on the 'Veteran' setting that is). In this title you'll fight as both the Americans and the Russians. Take on admirable Japanese soldiers, or destructive German Nazi troops.
Campaign features two fronts, and a few interesting non-typical levels (a rail based flying level, and a tank powerhouse level). From islands soaked in sun, to rainy city streets you'll be fighting in a all out war. Additional features included are the ability to use bayonets on rifles, and the all new powerful scorching flame thrower. Bayonets play out basically the same as your standard melee (knife), and the flame thrower can burn up terrain with a decent range. You'll become acquainted with the staple World War 2 guns once more (M1 Garand, Thompson, PPSH, MP40, Nimbu, Type 100, MG42, BAR, Browning).
Online seekers will find some perks added and some changes in names. Rest assure it's still the same frantic multiplayer combat, but with some more open ended maps.Read more ›
Let me first touch on the single player campaign. I generally purchase call of duty games for the online multiplayer experience, however that doesn't mean that I completely neglect the single player campaign and I am glad I didn't. The campaign on World at War is excellent with a well structured story, memorable characters, well thought-out level design and good weapon design. You really feel like you are stuck in WWII. The beauty of the campaign is that most missions can be done in co-op which is great as co-op games allow me to regularly socialize with friends who I cannot or do not normally keep in touch with in conventional ways.
Now, unfortunately, on to the multiplayer. This could have been a phenominal portion of the game and, at an earlier time, I'm told it was. However, the game is so riddled with hackers using god mode, flying around, above, and below the map, and spamming your screen with obnoxious text that it makes this mode both unplayable and completely unenjoyable. On the very off chance that you do get a hacker-free loby, the game does play very well, except for the fact that one of the hackers hacked me, making me unable to use any of the initially unlocked create-a-class items (stopping power, tommy gun, frag grenade, etc...) and putting me at an extreme disadvantage against the competition. When I called Activision to get this resolved, they said there is nothing they can do.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Amazing game as always, I love WWII game and this game was the second best Call of Duty compared to Call of Duty 4 (which was better). Read morePublished 18 days ago by Kevin
Game worked for 1 day then kept freezing up. Could not play. Then we noticed a scratch in into center of games, there was fluid leaking out of it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by nicole royse
Hey when you grew up on atari and nintendo then anything is good. This is my first xbox 360 game and I loved it. I have all the call of duty games now except black ops 1 through 3.Published 1 month ago by Bubbie