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Developer: Treyarch
Publisher: Activision Call of Duty: World at War is the latest installment of the massively popular and critically acclaimed First Person Shooter series. By far the most gritty and dark realization of second world war action, Call Of Duty: World at War promises to continue the tradition of simulating the shocking horror of warfare, this time spanning two campaigns, the first being the Pacific war between the Japanese and the Americans and the second being the campaigns between the Germans and the Russians. With voice acting from the likes of Kiefer Sutherland and Gary Oldman, this Call of Duty title is proving to be one of the ultimate First Person Shooter experiences. With a host of Multiplayer options on offer as well as the gripping single player campaign, you can now play throught the whole story with a friend in the new Co-op options.

Call of Duty 4 Technology - Built using the Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare engine, Call of Duty: World at War utilizes a bedrock of technology that delivers jaw-dropping visuals, while empowering players to employ elements like fire to affect the dynamics of the battlefield. Players that attempt to harness the power of new weapons, like the flamethrower, will find themselves capable of burning away environmental elements that give cover to a camouflaged enemy, leaving a charred battlefield ? and their foes ? in their wake.
Coordinated Assault and Support -For the first time in the franchise, Call of Duty: World at War introduces co-op, bringing fresh meaning to the "No One Fights Alone" mantra. Call of Duty: World at War co-op features up to four-players online, or two-player local split-screen, allowing gamers to experience harrowing single-player missions together for greater camaraderie and tactical execution. The title also incorporates traditional multiplayer components such as challenges, rankings and online stats into the co-op campaign for deeper re-playability and advanced gameplay.
New Theaters of Operation - Players fight as U.S. Marines and Russian soldiers facing enemies ? some new to the Call of Duty franchise ? that employ lethal new tactics and know no fear, no mercy, nor the rules of war. Epic conflicts are fought on multiple fronts, playing through the climactic battles of WWII in the grittiest, most chaotic and cinematically intense experience to date.
Innovative Multiplayer - Multiplayer builds from the success of Call of Duty delivering a persistent online experience for more squad based interaction. New development with party systems allows an intimacy with squad based combat never before seen in Call of Duty. Combined infantry and vehicle missions add a new dimension to the online warfare and offers more PERK abilities.
Cinematic Quality Graphics and Sound - Treyarch's award-winning sound department returns with effects that add to the already immersive cinematic intensity of the Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare game engine.
A No holds barred interpretation of events from two of the most brutal and bloody theatres of the Second World War. Definitely a must have for fans of the franchise and an excellent introduction for those who have never experienced the warfare offered by these incredible titles. Call of Duty: World at War will have you gripped from start to finish.
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#1
#2
Never got into this game really. Good price non the less.

Preferred COD 4 MW over this. Now into COD MW 2
#3
this priice instore too?
#4
This is possibly the longest I have had to wait for a game to hit that magic sub £20 mark!

Another one of the Christmas list!

MM
#5
Mire Mare
This is possibly the longest I have had to wait for a game to hit that magic sub £20 mark!

Another one of the Christmas list!

MM


You are spending some mullar this week.:thumbsup:
#6
Adam2050
You are spending some mullar this week.:thumbsup:


Yep video games are my weekness I am afriad (I have been a fan for nearing 30 years, Phillips G7000 did it for me) I NEVER spend anymore than £20 per game (why would you).

I still have drawers full of unopened games from last Christmas!

Keep' em coming!

MM
#7
Mire Mare
Yep video games are my weekness I am afriad (I have been a fan for nearing 30 years, Phillips G7000 did it for me) I NEVER spend anymore than £20 per game (why would you).

I still have drawers full of unopened games from last Christmas!

Keep' em coming!

MM


Same i'm trying to decide whether I want some of my retro stuff as I just don't touch it these days.
#8
Adam2050
Same i'm trying to decide whether I want some of my retro stuff as I just don't touch it these days.


I feel your pain, but ditch it!

I hung on to a rather large Dreamcast collection and a very impressive N64 collection for years and it really did just sit there gathering dust.

I even got rid of my NEO GEO CD (Front loader) and Panasonic Q.

I still have a huge Gamecube collection along with a WII, 360, PSP, DS and PS3 with a lot of PS2 games!

MM
#9
Mire Mare
I feel your pain, but ditch it!

I hung on to a rather large Dreamcast collection and a very impressive N64 collection for years and it really did just sit there gathering dust.

I even got rid of my NEO GEO CD (Front loader) and Panasonic Q.

I still have a huge Gamecube collection along with a WII, 360, PSP, DS and PS3 with a lot of PS2 games!

MM


Yeh I was going to keep my wii for my gamecube collection, but having a HD tv kinda ruins it now.

Oh if they weren't gathering dust.
#10
Says it's pre-owned only, Hmm.
#11
Expired. Price is £49.99 now.
[mod]#12
Andrewolu
Expired. Price is £49.99 now.


PRE-OWNED £19.99 UNDERNEATH :thinking:
#13
price just went up to £49.99. That was short and sweet. Glad I took advantage at the lower price. The preowned price is still £19.99
#14
Jes! That's taking it back.... Phillips G7000 video pack with the stalk controllers and the dowhill slalom game!
#15
Back down to £19.99
#16
its £15 second hand in cex but still a good price.
#17
Bought one new in the Enfield store.

But its £22.99 in store.
#18
Mire Mare
Yep video games are my weekness I am afriad (I have been a fan for nearing 30 years, Phillips G7000 did it for me) I NEVER spend anymore than £20 per game (why would you).

I still have drawers full of unopened games from last Christmas!

Keep' em coming!

MM


I have games from the last 5 years!!!!! I have a rule of never buying a game more than £10 for the last year or so although I broke it with the SF IV Collector's Edition for £16.

Got my projector setup next to both my PC and Xbox though - should be good for gaming! :thumbsup:

AMO
#19
its £19.99 again.......new + instock
#20
I like this game for the money but modern warfare is better imo for a tenner more.

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