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Call of Duty: World at War – PC PC Standard

(36 customer reviews)

Set in the Pacific Theater of World War II
Powered by Call of Duty 4: Modern Wafare technology
Includes perks, rankings, and stats
Participate in up-to four-player cooperative gameplay
New infantry and vehicle-based weapons

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Call of Duty: World at War changes the rules of engagement by redefining WWII gaming and thrusting players into one of the most tension-filled, unforgiving battles against a new ferocious enemy in the most dangerous and suspenseful action ever seen in WWII. Powered by Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare technology, Call of Duty: World at War brings an uncensored edge to combat, as soldiers face the most harrowing and climatic European and Pacific battles in which an enemy, who knows no surrender and no retreat, will fight to the last breath, unleashing an arsenal of lethal surprising tactics. Peril and danger lurk throughout the battlefield as players combat the unknown risk of the new chaos of battle. From the remains of Russia and the ruins of Berlin, to the beach and jungles of the deadly Pacific Theater, the volatile action takes on added depth as players employ new features that previously were only-available in multiplayer, including perks, rankings and online stats in up-to full four-player cooperative gameplay. New infantry and vehicle-based weapons, like the potent flamethrower, bring the battlefield ablaze.

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Call of Duty is back, redefining war like you’ve never experienced before. Building on the Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare engine, Call of Duty: World at War immerses players into the most gritty and chaotic WWII combat ever experienced. Players band together to survive the most harrowing and climactic battles that led to the demise of the Axis powers on the European and Pacific fronts. The title offers an uncensored experience with unique enemies and combat variety, including Kamikaze fighters, ambush attacks, Banzai charges and cunning cover tactics, as well as explosive on-screen action through the all new four-player cooperative campaign. The addictive competitive multiplayer has also been enhanced with new infantry and vehicle-based action, a higher level cap, more weapons, and a host of new Perks, maps and challenges.

Features:

New Enemies, Environments and Tactics:Face off against ruthless and tactically advanced enemies that will stop at nothing to defend their homelands, from swamp ambushes and tree-top snipers to fearless Kamikaze attacks. Play as a U.S. Marine and Russian conscript across a variety of Pacific and European locations against the fearless Imperial Japanese and elite German soldiers in epic adrenaline-filled infantry, vehicle and airborne missions.

Co-Op Campaign Mode, Call of Duty Style: For the first time in the franchise, Call of Duty: World at War introduces co-op play, bringing fresh meaning to “No One Fights Alone”. Campaign co-op features up to four-players online, or two-player local split-screen, allowing gamers to experience harrowing campaign missions together for greater camaraderie and tactical execution. Co-op mode incorporates innovative multiplayer components such as challenges, rankings and online stats for deeper re-playability and multiplayer experience bonuses. Co-op mode also features Competitive Co-Op that will show who is really the best player on your team.

Enhanced Multiplayer: Call of Duty: World at War continues the class-based multiplayer action the series is famous for. The addition of vehicle combat with tanks rounds out the multiplayer experience, and features such as persistent stats, player rankings, upgradeable weapons, squad-based gameplay, customizable classes and Perks, have been further enhanced.

The Call of Duty Experience: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 jaw-dropping visuals. Depth of field, rim-lighting and texture-streaming technology bring the adrenaline-pumping combat to life, while physics-enabled battlefields and fire that spreads through environments realistically immerses players into the harrowing and dynamic combat.

Specification: Call of Duty: World at War – PC PC Standard

Weight 3.67 lbs
Dimensions 0.53 × 7.48 × 5.313 in

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  1. Radycyl

    I truly believe this to be the best Call of Duty title every released. The repetitiveness of the gameplay from newer COD titles make it harder to hold my attention during multiplayer, even for the time required to unlock all of the items. But even though there are much fewer guns to play with than the more recent titles, that stays consistent with the relevant armaments of that period of warfare. There is still a amazingly large multiplayer community, with over THREE HUNDRED dedicated servers still running. However, half of these are plagued by ridiculous rules, and the amount of “tactical” servers is disgusting. While my opinion is that those players should choose a more relevant game instead of imitating Red Orchestra, the normal servers for this game remain to be vibrant, fun, and paced at a blistering speed that left a mark on the market. And we can’t forget the original Zombies game. However, in my opinion, the true gem incased in this massive jewelry case is the campaign. Gritty, violent, shocking, and spectacular, the maps in this game beat the entire Modern Warfare series in size, and the campaign environment is as varied as it is immersive. Back to the gritty aspect, this remains the only relevant Call of Duty game with enhanced gore. And gibs. As a longterm UT player, this doesn’t quite measure up, but it is nowhere near as gorey. As a gamer, it is very sickeningly entertaining to watch my legs get ripped from my body by a grenade or stray tank shell. While this game does have tanks, the gameplay is rather unrewarding, which is echoed by the general lack of multiplayer servers supporting vehicles. Overall, a very fun game that is still widely played.Read more

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  2. Stephen

    Due to recent releases, I’ve grown to hate Call of Duty. Why? Because the original concept is gone. This game is the bomb. I love it, and will never stop loving it. It’s the only Call of Duty that is close to flawless. Lemme break it down. Gameplay: 10/10. Campaign: Complete objectives, gather weapons, shoot enemies. You know the drill. Btw amazing story that is a prequel to black ops. Multiplayer: This is actually the only cod were there is gore online. But i like this one’s multiplayer because it isn’t spammed by quick scopers and all the people who ruin call of duty. Just your basic online players, with a simple assortment of weapons. Zombies: Best part. Comes with four maps (all the updates for pc are free and come with the dlc, most likely due to the games age) and open mod support so you can add custom maps. (I recommend zombiemodding.com) Graphics: 10/10. These graphics are sub-par by todays standards, but back in 2008 these graphics were ahead of their time. They really give the game its gritty World War 2 enviroment. Sound: 8/10. The sound effects are perfect, only i feel alot of guns use the same noise, especially the pistols, that’s my only problem. Length and replay value: The campaign probably takes abt 10-12 hrs ish. You will probably spend most time on zombies so yeah replay value is good. On my list of top 5 games. If you don’t already have it, get it.Read more

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  3. Mommyof5

    This is one of my favorite games from the Call of Duty series. It is created by Activision and is a FPS (first person shooter) game. It has wonderful graphics and it is fun to play on both the campaign mode as well as online multi-player mode. I have this game on both Steam and in disc format. I prefer the disc format because it doesn’t require setting an account online in order to play. The campaign mode (offline play) is more graphic than online play. Adult language occurs in both modes. Online play varies depending on the other players currently playing. I initially bought the special edition of this game which opened up better weapons right off the bat. In this version, you will have to “level- up” or earn your different weapons through online games play. This is not a concern for those purchasing the game primarily for storyline playing. This game has been out for 7 years and still has a decent amount of online servers to play on and various server modes as well which include Capture the Flag, War, Search and Destroy, Team Deathmatch, and many others. I recommend this game to anyone that like first person shooter games as well as storylines and historical wars as it is based on World War II.Read more

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  4. Chenyu F.

    Not sure why yet another CoD game gets such bad reviews. Seems to be a reoccurring theme of multi-player hackers, PC issues (whether it be install or underpowered PC), or just hater unwilling to let minor details go. I mainly play solo campaigns so I can’t say much about multi-player. If you have played a CoD game before, you will instantly be familiar with the layout of this game. Cut scene, dropped in the middle of the action, get to destination or knock out the enemy tanks, towers defense. The game itself is good. Graphics are what you would expect, especially since it was release after CoD4: MW which had pretty good graphics. I run the game maxed out and in my opinion, I think they did a great job with textures and lighting. I will say that the AI (team members or enemies) are hit or miss sometimes. Some instances they are down right vicious while other times, they are dumb as a sack of rocks. Overall though, the game is pretty consistent. I haven’t had any issues where the campaign is stuck in limbo (happened a lot with Call of Duty 2 – I’d just have to restart the mission but that gets tiring after a while). I had no issues installing the game. I am running a Dell XPS 8700, Core i7, GTX 760, 24gb RAM, Win7 Pro. Clearly it is overkill for the game. It does try to install Punkbuster, which you can opt out of. Each time you run the game, it will tell you that Punkbuster is not enabled blah blah blah. Just click OK and move on. I haven’t had any issues with blue screens, freezing or the game closing out. The game runs without the use of third party DRM software such as Steam or Origins. If you like the CoD franchise and like World War themed shooters, I highly recommend this game.Read more

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  5. Kian

    Great game in the past and has stood the test of time. People still play it, a head of its time and lots of fun to modRead more

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  6. Alex

    I love this game! Just the downside is that MANY people Do NOT play this game ANYMORE D:Read more

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  7. Love Live Music

    Plays on a Windows 10 PC with an Nvidia GeForce 2GB GT730 silent graphics card. Not as good as Modern Warfare but as another game that will run on a low spec machine it is fineRead more

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  8. lee jeal

    Good value for the moneyRead more

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  9. CSM

    Great classic game, last of a generation of free upgrades and map packs before they all got greedy! WWII gaming at its best.Read more

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  10. Radycyl

    I truly believe this to be the best Call of Duty title every released. The repetitiveness of the gameplay from newer COD titles make it harder to hold my attention during multiplayer, even for the time required to unlock all of the items. But even though there are much fewer guns to play with than the more recent titles, that stays consistent with the relevant armaments of that period of warfare. There is still a amazingly large multiplayer community, with over THREE HUNDRED dedicated servers still running. However, half of these are plagued by ridiculous rules, and the amount of “tactical” servers is disgusting. While my opinion is that those players should choose a more relevant game instead of imitating Red Orchestra, the normal servers for this game remain to be vibrant, fun, and paced at a blistering speed that left a mark on the market. And we can’t forget the original Zombies game. However, in my opinion, the true gem incased in this massive jewelry case is the campaign. Gritty, violent, shocking, and spectacular, the maps in this game beat the entire Modern Warfare series in size, and the campaign environment is as varied as it is immersive. Back to the gritty aspect, this remains the only relevant Call of Duty game with enhanced gore. And gibs. As a longterm UT player, this doesn’t quite measure up, but it is nowhere near as gorey. As a gamer, it is very sickeningly entertaining to watch my legs get ripped from my body by a grenade or stray tank shell. While this game does have tanks, the gameplay is rather unrewarding, which is echoed by the general lack of multiplayer servers supporting vehicles. Overall, a very fun game that is still widely played.Read more

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  11. Stephen

    Due to recent releases, I’ve grown to hate Call of Duty. Why? Because the original concept is gone. This game is the bomb. I love it, and will never stop loving it. It’s the only Call of Duty that is close to flawless. Lemme break it down. Gameplay: 10/10. Campaign: Complete objectives, gather weapons, shoot enemies. You know the drill. Btw amazing story that is a prequel to black ops. Multiplayer: This is actually the only cod were there is gore online. But i like this one’s multiplayer because it isn’t spammed by quick scopers and all the people who ruin call of duty. Just your basic online players, with a simple assortment of weapons. Zombies: Best part. Comes with four maps (all the updates for pc are free and come with the dlc, most likely due to the games age) and open mod support so you can add custom maps. (I recommend zombiemodding.com) Graphics: 10/10. These graphics are sub-par by todays standards, but back in 2008 these graphics were ahead of their time. They really give the game its gritty World War 2 enviroment. Sound: 8/10. The sound effects are perfect, only i feel alot of guns use the same noise, especially the pistols, that’s my only problem. Length and replay value: The campaign probably takes abt 10-12 hrs ish. You will probably spend most time on zombies so yeah replay value is good. On my list of top 5 games. If you don’t already have it, get it.Read more

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  12. Mommyof5

    This is one of my favorite games from the Call of Duty series. It is created by Activision and is a FPS (first person shooter) game. It has wonderful graphics and it is fun to play on both the campaign mode as well as online multi-player mode. I have this game on both Steam and in disc format. I prefer the disc format because it doesn’t require setting an account online in order to play. The campaign mode (offline play) is more graphic than online play. Adult language occurs in both modes. Online play varies depending on the other players currently playing. I initially bought the special edition of this game which opened up better weapons right off the bat. In this version, you will have to “level- up” or earn your different weapons through online games play. This is not a concern for those purchasing the game primarily for storyline playing. This game has been out for 7 years and still has a decent amount of online servers to play on and various server modes as well which include Capture the Flag, War, Search and Destroy, Team Deathmatch, and many others. I recommend this game to anyone that like first person shooter games as well as storylines and historical wars as it is based on World War II.Read more

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  13. Chenyu F.

    Not sure why yet another CoD game gets such bad reviews. Seems to be a reoccurring theme of multi-player hackers, PC issues (whether it be install or underpowered PC), or just hater unwilling to let minor details go. I mainly play solo campaigns so I can’t say much about multi-player. If you have played a CoD game before, you will instantly be familiar with the layout of this game. Cut scene, dropped in the middle of the action, get to destination or knock out the enemy tanks, towers defense. The game itself is good. Graphics are what you would expect, especially since it was release after CoD4: MW which had pretty good graphics. I run the game maxed out and in my opinion, I think they did a great job with textures and lighting. I will say that the AI (team members or enemies) are hit or miss sometimes. Some instances they are down right vicious while other times, they are dumb as a sack of rocks. Overall though, the game is pretty consistent. I haven’t had any issues where the campaign is stuck in limbo (happened a lot with Call of Duty 2 – I’d just have to restart the mission but that gets tiring after a while). I had no issues installing the game. I am running a Dell XPS 8700, Core i7, GTX 760, 24gb RAM, Win7 Pro. Clearly it is overkill for the game. It does try to install Punkbuster, which you can opt out of. Each time you run the game, it will tell you that Punkbuster is not enabled blah blah blah. Just click OK and move on. I haven’t had any issues with blue screens, freezing or the game closing out. The game runs without the use of third party DRM software such as Steam or Origins. If you like the CoD franchise and like World War themed shooters, I highly recommend this game.Read more

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  14. Kian

    Great game in the past and has stood the test of time. People still play it, a head of its time and lots of fun to modRead more

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  15. Alex

    I love this game! Just the downside is that MANY people Do NOT play this game ANYMORE D:Read more

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  16. Love Live Music

    Plays on a Windows 10 PC with an Nvidia GeForce 2GB GT730 silent graphics card. Not as good as Modern Warfare but as another game that will run on a low spec machine it is fineRead more

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  17. lee jeal

    Good value for the moneyRead more

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  18. CSM

    Great classic game, last of a generation of free upgrades and map packs before they all got greedy! WWII gaming at its best.Read more

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  19. Radycyl

    I truly believe this to be the best Call of Duty title every released. The repetitiveness of the gameplay from newer COD titles make it harder to hold my attention during multiplayer, even for the time required to unlock all of the items. But even though there are much fewer guns to play with than the more recent titles, that stays consistent with the relevant armaments of that period of warfare. There is still a amazingly large multiplayer community, with over THREE HUNDRED dedicated servers still running. However, half of these are plagued by ridiculous rules, and the amount of “tactical” servers is disgusting. While my opinion is that those players should choose a more relevant game instead of imitating Red Orchestra, the normal servers for this game remain to be vibrant, fun, and paced at a blistering speed that left a mark on the market. And we can’t forget the original Zombies game. However, in my opinion, the true gem incased in this massive jewelry case is the campaign. Gritty, violent, shocking, and spectacular, the maps in this game beat the entire Modern Warfare series in size, and the campaign environment is as varied as it is immersive. Back to the gritty aspect, this remains the only relevant Call of Duty game with enhanced gore. And gibs. As a longterm UT player, this doesn’t quite measure up, but it is nowhere near as gorey. As a gamer, it is very sickeningly entertaining to watch my legs get ripped from my body by a grenade or stray tank shell. While this game does have tanks, the gameplay is rather unrewarding, which is echoed by the general lack of multiplayer servers supporting vehicles. Overall, a very fun game that is still widely played.Read more

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  20. Stephen

    Due to recent releases, I’ve grown to hate Call of Duty. Why? Because the original concept is gone. This game is the bomb. I love it, and will never stop loving it. It’s the only Call of Duty that is close to flawless. Lemme break it down. Gameplay: 10/10. Campaign: Complete objectives, gather weapons, shoot enemies. You know the drill. Btw amazing story that is a prequel to black ops. Multiplayer: This is actually the only cod were there is gore online. But i like this one’s multiplayer because it isn’t spammed by quick scopers and all the people who ruin call of duty. Just your basic online players, with a simple assortment of weapons. Zombies: Best part. Comes with four maps (all the updates for pc are free and come with the dlc, most likely due to the games age) and open mod support so you can add custom maps. (I recommend zombiemodding.com) Graphics: 10/10. These graphics are sub-par by todays standards, but back in 2008 these graphics were ahead of their time. They really give the game its gritty World War 2 enviroment. Sound: 8/10. The sound effects are perfect, only i feel alot of guns use the same noise, especially the pistols, that’s my only problem. Length and replay value: The campaign probably takes abt 10-12 hrs ish. You will probably spend most time on zombies so yeah replay value is good. On my list of top 5 games. If you don’t already have it, get it.Read more

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  21. Mommyof5

    This is one of my favorite games from the Call of Duty series. It is created by Activision and is a FPS (first person shooter) game. It has wonderful graphics and it is fun to play on both the campaign mode as well as online multi-player mode. I have this game on both Steam and in disc format. I prefer the disc format because it doesn’t require setting an account online in order to play. The campaign mode (offline play) is more graphic than online play. Adult language occurs in both modes. Online play varies depending on the other players currently playing. I initially bought the special edition of this game which opened up better weapons right off the bat. In this version, you will have to “level- up” or earn your different weapons through online games play. This is not a concern for those purchasing the game primarily for storyline playing. This game has been out for 7 years and still has a decent amount of online servers to play on and various server modes as well which include Capture the Flag, War, Search and Destroy, Team Deathmatch, and many others. I recommend this game to anyone that like first person shooter games as well as storylines and historical wars as it is based on World War II.Read more

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  22. Chenyu F.

    Not sure why yet another CoD game gets such bad reviews. Seems to be a reoccurring theme of multi-player hackers, PC issues (whether it be install or underpowered PC), or just hater unwilling to let minor details go. I mainly play solo campaigns so I can’t say much about multi-player. If you have played a CoD game before, you will instantly be familiar with the layout of this game. Cut scene, dropped in the middle of the action, get to destination or knock out the enemy tanks, towers defense. The game itself is good. Graphics are what you would expect, especially since it was release after CoD4: MW which had pretty good graphics. I run the game maxed out and in my opinion, I think they did a great job with textures and lighting. I will say that the AI (team members or enemies) are hit or miss sometimes. Some instances they are down right vicious while other times, they are dumb as a sack of rocks. Overall though, the game is pretty consistent. I haven’t had any issues where the campaign is stuck in limbo (happened a lot with Call of Duty 2 – I’d just have to restart the mission but that gets tiring after a while). I had no issues installing the game. I am running a Dell XPS 8700, Core i7, GTX 760, 24gb RAM, Win7 Pro. Clearly it is overkill for the game. It does try to install Punkbuster, which you can opt out of. Each time you run the game, it will tell you that Punkbuster is not enabled blah blah blah. Just click OK and move on. I haven’t had any issues with blue screens, freezing or the game closing out. The game runs without the use of third party DRM software such as Steam or Origins. If you like the CoD franchise and like World War themed shooters, I highly recommend this game.Read more

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  23. Kian

    Great game in the past and has stood the test of time. People still play it, a head of its time and lots of fun to modRead more

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  24. Alex

    I love this game! Just the downside is that MANY people Do NOT play this game ANYMORE D:Read more

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  25. Love Live Music

    Plays on a Windows 10 PC with an Nvidia GeForce 2GB GT730 silent graphics card. Not as good as Modern Warfare but as another game that will run on a low spec machine it is fineRead more

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  26. lee jeal

    Good value for the moneyRead more

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  27. CSM

    Great classic game, last of a generation of free upgrades and map packs before they all got greedy! WWII gaming at its best.Read more

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  28. Radycyl

    I truly believe this to be the best Call of Duty title every released. The repetitiveness of the gameplay from newer COD titles make it harder to hold my attention during multiplayer, even for the time required to unlock all of the items. But even though there are much fewer guns to play with than the more recent titles, that stays consistent with the relevant armaments of that period of warfare. There is still a amazingly large multiplayer community, with over THREE HUNDRED dedicated servers still running. However, half of these are plagued by ridiculous rules, and the amount of “tactical” servers is disgusting. While my opinion is that those players should choose a more relevant game instead of imitating Red Orchestra, the normal servers for this game remain to be vibrant, fun, and paced at a blistering speed that left a mark on the market. And we can’t forget the original Zombies game. However, in my opinion, the true gem incased in this massive jewelry case is the campaign. Gritty, violent, shocking, and spectacular, the maps in this game beat the entire Modern Warfare series in size, and the campaign environment is as varied as it is immersive. Back to the gritty aspect, this remains the only relevant Call of Duty game with enhanced gore. And gibs. As a longterm UT player, this doesn’t quite measure up, but it is nowhere near as gorey. As a gamer, it is very sickeningly entertaining to watch my legs get ripped from my body by a grenade or stray tank shell. While this game does have tanks, the gameplay is rather unrewarding, which is echoed by the general lack of multiplayer servers supporting vehicles. Overall, a very fun game that is still widely played.Read more

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  29. Stephen

    Due to recent releases, I’ve grown to hate Call of Duty. Why? Because the original concept is gone. This game is the bomb. I love it, and will never stop loving it. It’s the only Call of Duty that is close to flawless. Lemme break it down. Gameplay: 10/10. Campaign: Complete objectives, gather weapons, shoot enemies. You know the drill. Btw amazing story that is a prequel to black ops. Multiplayer: This is actually the only cod were there is gore online. But i like this one’s multiplayer because it isn’t spammed by quick scopers and all the people who ruin call of duty. Just your basic online players, with a simple assortment of weapons. Zombies: Best part. Comes with four maps (all the updates for pc are free and come with the dlc, most likely due to the games age) and open mod support so you can add custom maps. (I recommend zombiemodding.com) Graphics: 10/10. These graphics are sub-par by todays standards, but back in 2008 these graphics were ahead of their time. They really give the game its gritty World War 2 enviroment. Sound: 8/10. The sound effects are perfect, only i feel alot of guns use the same noise, especially the pistols, that’s my only problem. Length and replay value: The campaign probably takes abt 10-12 hrs ish. You will probably spend most time on zombies so yeah replay value is good. On my list of top 5 games. If you don’t already have it, get it.Read more

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  30. Mommyof5

    This is one of my favorite games from the Call of Duty series. It is created by Activision and is a FPS (first person shooter) game. It has wonderful graphics and it is fun to play on both the campaign mode as well as online multi-player mode. I have this game on both Steam and in disc format. I prefer the disc format because it doesn’t require setting an account online in order to play. The campaign mode (offline play) is more graphic than online play. Adult language occurs in both modes. Online play varies depending on the other players currently playing. I initially bought the special edition of this game which opened up better weapons right off the bat. In this version, you will have to “level- up” or earn your different weapons through online games play. This is not a concern for those purchasing the game primarily for storyline playing. This game has been out for 7 years and still has a decent amount of online servers to play on and various server modes as well which include Capture the Flag, War, Search and Destroy, Team Deathmatch, and many others. I recommend this game to anyone that like first person shooter games as well as storylines and historical wars as it is based on World War II.Read more

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  31. Chenyu F.

    Not sure why yet another CoD game gets such bad reviews. Seems to be a reoccurring theme of multi-player hackers, PC issues (whether it be install or underpowered PC), or just hater unwilling to let minor details go. I mainly play solo campaigns so I can’t say much about multi-player. If you have played a CoD game before, you will instantly be familiar with the layout of this game. Cut scene, dropped in the middle of the action, get to destination or knock out the enemy tanks, towers defense. The game itself is good. Graphics are what you would expect, especially since it was release after CoD4: MW which had pretty good graphics. I run the game maxed out and in my opinion, I think they did a great job with textures and lighting. I will say that the AI (team members or enemies) are hit or miss sometimes. Some instances they are down right vicious while other times, they are dumb as a sack of rocks. Overall though, the game is pretty consistent. I haven’t had any issues where the campaign is stuck in limbo (happened a lot with Call of Duty 2 – I’d just have to restart the mission but that gets tiring after a while). I had no issues installing the game. I am running a Dell XPS 8700, Core i7, GTX 760, 24gb RAM, Win7 Pro. Clearly it is overkill for the game. It does try to install Punkbuster, which you can opt out of. Each time you run the game, it will tell you that Punkbuster is not enabled blah blah blah. Just click OK and move on. I haven’t had any issues with blue screens, freezing or the game closing out. The game runs without the use of third party DRM software such as Steam or Origins. If you like the CoD franchise and like World War themed shooters, I highly recommend this game.Read more

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  32. Kian

    Great game in the past and has stood the test of time. People still play it, a head of its time and lots of fun to modRead more

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  33. Alex

    I love this game! Just the downside is that MANY people Do NOT play this game ANYMORE D:Read more

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  34. Love Live Music

    Plays on a Windows 10 PC with an Nvidia GeForce 2GB GT730 silent graphics card. Not as good as Modern Warfare but as another game that will run on a low spec machine it is fineRead more

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  35. lee jeal

    Good value for the moneyRead more

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    Great classic game, last of a generation of free upgrades and map packs before they all got greedy! WWII gaming at its best.Read more

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