Call of Duty: World at War
- Beautiful visuals and cutscenes
- Makes good use of the Wii Zapper
- Polished feel
- Control style can be finicky
- Quirky multiplayer format will take some getting used to
Call of Duty: World at War is one of the best, most polished first-person shooters available for the Wii.
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• Vem kom på idén med nazistzombier?
It's back to the "good" war.
It's easy to be jaded about World War II shooters, but Treyarch makes a convincing argument to stay excited with World at War. The game is packed with a deep amount of gameplay to appeal to every type of player, from those who want to experience a gritty single-player campaign to those who like to play with their friends to those who just like to play multiplayer. This is a solid, confident shooter with plenty to offer the casual and hardcore alike.
There' s a strong presentation, with loading screens that blend modern day graphics with archival footage effectively. Only thing missing are the salient historical quotes when you die.
The PS3 version suffers more from aliasing than the other versions. Still, it looks good and the frame rate is smooth, what more can you ask for?
The audio is Hollywood quality as always; you can practically hear the motion of the actions on the various guns. And then there's Kiefer Sutherland and Gary Oldman, too.
Call of Duty is known for its intensity and this game will immerse you in the action quickly. There's a wealth of gameplay options, as well.
Lasting Appeal (9.5/10)
There's plenty to here to keep you busy for a while, from single-player, co-op play, multiplayer, and, of course, Nazi Zombies.
Call of Duty: World at War Review
- Same great control mechanics, Same great graphics and sound, Same great online play
- . . .but much more chaotic, Less gameplay variation than , Unengaging co-op mode
ConclusionEven though Treyarch took Dad’s precious wheels out for a less reckless spin this time around, World at War is still senselessly eating away at Call of Duty’s mileage.