This week in Gaming: Call of Duty: World at War

Call of Duty: World at War  

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Developer: Treyarch, Demonware (published by Activision)
Genre: First Person Shooter
Platforms: PlayStation3, Xbox 360, Wii, PlayStation2, Nintendo DS, Windows
Classification:  M (US), MA 15+ (AU)

Call Of Duty: World At War is the fifth Call of Duty game in the series. After the first three Call of Duty games being set in the past wars (mainly World War Two), Call of Duty four: Modern Warfare changed this environment and put the audience into a modern environment, making the game a total hit as it was easy to relate to and had took a totally different view on Call of Duty all together.

Call of Duty: WaW is set in the same environment as the first three games in the series, how ever, it puts a new face on World War Two games. Call of Duty: WaW shocked audiences with its revolutionary graphics and stunning gameplay, its a game that has really surprised not only the consumer, but it surprised reviewers world wide, as it once again pleased audiences. The game captures World War Two from two different perspectives, one being the soviet union fighting against the Nazi regime , and the other side being the Americans fighting against the Japanese. You are able to confront ruthless enemies across the European and Pacific battlefields, as they were in the final days of WW2.

This game captures audiences and is an all round hit, whether your playing alone, with friends or even online, Call of Duty :WaW is a must have game for your console or computer. – o.

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