Call of Duty World at War cover

The cover for most copies of WaW.


The first of the CoD games to contain the amazing "Zombies" mode and also the most recent Call of Duty World War II game, say hello to Call of Duty: World at War!

Overall ViewsEdit

Overall, World at War is the best World War Two game out there, pretty much (Apart from BF1942/43). It continues the success of the other CoD games before it, and it is a smasher.

The singeplayer campaign follows Private Dimitri Petrenko from Stalingrad to Berlin in an epic campaign on the Eastern front, while also following the USMC as they fight through to the Japanese Home Islands.

This game has a lot of gore and in fact is a level of age rating lower than MW3, which has no gibbing whatsoever.

This game was also the first to give us the amazing zombies mode in which you fight against a horde of zombies who's only goal is to eat you for breakfast, your friends for lunch and some random newbs for supper. You have to try to fight off this threat (Shi No Numa and Der Reise) as Nikolai, Richtofen, Takeo or Tank, all enemies who now have to work together for survival.

The multiplayer is rather gory and sadly, the last CoD game to contain vehicles (Drivable Tanks). However, it continues the epic that is CoD Multiplayer Series!

Ratings :)Edit

Singeplayer: 9/10: Good campaign with a good ending.

Zombies: 10/10: Awesome fun to play!

Multiplayer: 9.5/10: Rather gory but still epic!

Overall: 9.5/10: A fun game that kinda suffers from age and gore.


thumb|500px|left|A WaW Zombies challenge part which shows the ferocity of later attacks.thumb|500px|left|Some Multiplayer Gameplay on Castle.

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