Call of Duty – World at War by Arjoneel Dhar


On hearing news of the upcoming Re-mastered edition of Battlefield: 1944, I thought why not make a review on another quite known World War 2 game; hence my review on Call of Duty World at War.

If you want a heavily realistic game based in the setting of World War 2, you got it. However I must warn you before you get it that it is one of the goriest games to be produced by the franchise; and you will also get murdered with grenades. Aside from that it is a very good game. In my opinion, it accurately captures what World War 2 was like without being too difficult or too much like a run and gun shooter. At first it is slightly difficult to pick up the storyline but in time you can get use to the switching from Soviets to Americans. The story follows the life of Privet C. Miller fighting the Japanese Army in the United States Marine Corps’ 1st Marine Division as well as Privet Dimitri Petrenko fighting the Nazis of the 3rd Shock Army under the command of Commissar Markhov. Finally you also get to play as Petty officer Locke, a weapons operator on a PBY Catalina flying boat fighting the Japanese Navy and Air force in the mission Black Cats.

Arjoneel, Grade 8


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