World War FIVE; Web Call Of Duty: World At War (X360).Byline: by Ross Hawkes
SOME games have it all - great gameplay
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Call of Duty: World at War is one of the rare breed that ticks all the boxes.
Although not numbered, this latest effort is essentially the fifth title in the series and seems to have brought together the best from all the previous versions.
The game shuttles you between the Pacific campaign and Eastern Front during World War II.
Right from the off you discover that this game doesn't try to 'glam up' warfare. Instead, the gore factor is there for all to see - something that is likely to be too much for younger gamers.
Call of Duty has always had the ability to make players feel part of the action. And the stunning graphics and excellent sound effects sound effects
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repeat the trick this time round, with cinematic-style tension providing you with real edge of the seat gaming.
But in today's gaming world, you can't live on solo play alone. To be truly great you need to have multiplayer options aplenty a·plen·ty
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Lovers of the first person shooter or those with an interest in World War II will understandably love Call of Duty: World at War, but anyone who loves great games will also find this title spending a lot of time in their disc tray over the coming months.