Call of Duty: World at War for Xbox 360
Xbox 360

Call of Duty: World at War

Nov 11, 2008
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About this game

Developer: Treyarch
Content Rating: Mature


Call of Duty: World at War throws out the rulebook of war to transform WWII combat through a new enemy, new tactics and an uncensored experience of the climatic battles that gripped a generation. As U.S. Marines and Russian soldiers, players will employ new features like cooperative gameplay, and weapons such as the flamethrower in the most chaotic and cinematically intense experience to date.

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Jan 11, 2021

Masterpiece. Its comes with good maps, weapons , sensitivity really good. good sensitivity with good aiming. weapon sounds amazing, ost is good, game story is good, zombies. Its gold.

Ömer Bilimen

Ömer Bilimen

Dec 17, 2020


Mar 26, 2020

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Jim SterlingNov 16, 2008
Ultimately, Call of Duty: World at War feels completely unnecessary. It's not bad, but most of the good stuff is only good because Infinity Ward made it and released it last year. It's unfair to say that this is an expansion pack because it has a bit more meat than that, but it's barely much more. With an awful campaign and a multiplayer that is fun but completely appropriated, this game can't hold a candle to the last.
Tom OrryNov 14, 2008
The WWII shooter suddenly became incredibly dated, yet Treyarch was a year into development. Whether the sheer number of doubters spurred the team on or the extra development time just allowed them to make the game they were truly capable of doesn't matter. What matters is that Call of Duty World at War is a stunning game that doesn't miss a beat from start to finish and includes one of the most feature packed multiplayer components of any game released this year.
Chris WattersNov 12, 2008
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.
Jeff GerstmannNov 11, 2008
Of course, these are all pretty minor points in the grand scheme of things. Call of Duty: World at War is a perfectly competent game with exciting multiplayer options and a campaign that's worth playing. But in most of the ways that actually count, last year's game was better.
Craig SnowJan 07, 2009
All in all Treyarch have done surprisingly well with Call of Duty: World at War. Many of the glitches and annoyances of Call of Duty 3 have been removed, much of the good stuff from Call of Duty 4 has been imported over including the excellent online ranking system and multiplayer modes, and many of the new features like the Nazi zombie game are great. There’s so much content in the game that it should keep any avid fan of the series entertained until the next game is released, and the game runs well and looks almost as good as Call of Duty 4.
Dan WhiteheadNov 13, 2008
Corridor gameplay. Outdated features. Flaky AI. They're all still here, albeit masked by even more whiz-bang effects than ever before. World at War certainly benefits from Modern Warfare's beefier graphics engine, but when it comes to the crunch it lacks the crucial innovations - both in gameplay and concept - that made its immediate predecessor so deservedly popular.
Jason TorresNov 12, 2008
Call of Duty: World at War es una más que digna entrega de la épica saga bélica. Se trata de un juego que roza el sobresaliente y al que sólo le ha faltado la chispa a la que Treyarch aspira y que, de momento, parece sólo al alcance de Infinity Ward. El título ofrece todo lo que podemos esperar de un lanzamiento perteneciente a esta franquicia, y además lo adereza con un multijugador muy cuidado y la posibilidad de superar la campaña con hasta tres amigos. que digna entrega de la épica saga bélica
DinowanNov 13, 2008
Ce retour à l'atmosphère classique de la série Call of Duty réalisé par Treyarch sonne comme une compilation de ce qu'on a déjà vu dans les anciens volets mais parvient malgré tout à séduire notamment par le choix d'un ton bien moins politiquement correct et qui n'a plus plus peur de la violence de la guerre. On regrette néanmoins que le studio ait du mal à déguiser les scripts dont il abuse et qui peuvent se révéler frustrants ou encore qu'il ait recours à une astuce aussi grossière que les réapparitions infinies d'ennemis.
Vítor AlexandreNov 27, 2008
World at War é uma boa máquina de guerra que justifica uma volta. Apesar do inevitável paralelismo com Modern Warfare, que não o desvia o suficiente de uma execução semelhante, e mesmo com umas falhas menores, a verdade é que mantém-se como um título sólido, convincente e com muitos pontos de apelo. O sistema de combate, preciso e de simples adaptação permanece íntegro, assim como toda a estrutura multiplayer, quase uma marca da série.

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