Call of Duty: World At War (Xbox 360) by Activision



Call of Duty: World At War (Xbox 360) by Activision Box Art

Xbox One backwards Compatible



Release Date
November 11, 2008.

Average Overall Score:
9.23 / 10
92.3%


Only one year ago we were talking about COD4 and Infinity Ward and now we have yet another Call of Duty title on our hands, but make sure you don't call it COD5. The latest installment of the series comes from Treyarch whom delivered the lack lustered Call of Duty 3 a few years back. After Infinity Ward made the jump to modern warfare, our friends at Treyarch decided that it was best for their game to head back to the World War II era once again."

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Saturday, August 23, 2008

Achievements

Carlson's Raiders
Complete 'Semper Fi' on any difficulty. (Solo only)
10
Stormed Peleliu
Establish a beachhead on the island of Peleliu on any difficulty. (Solo only)
15
The Last Stand
Survive the land and air conflict surrounding Okinawa on any difficulty. (Solo only)
20
Stabbed in the Heart
Complete all missions on the Eastern Front on any difficulty setting. (Solo only)
20
Get Your Hands Dirty
Complete 'Semper Fi' on Veteran difficulty. (Solo only)
30
Saved Private Ryan
Save the soldier before he burns to death. (Solo or co-op)
10
Bloody Peleliu
Complete 'Little Resistance' on Veteran difficulty. (Solo only)
30
Weapon of Mass Destruction
Radio in a naval bombardment that kills at least 4 Japanese soldiers. (Solo or co-op)
15
The Sword Is Broken
Complete 'Hard Landing' on Veteran difficulty. (Solo only)
30
No Safe Place
Burn an enemy out of a tree with the flamethrower in 'Hard Landing' (Solo or co-op)
15
Architect
Complete 'Vendetta' on Veteran difficulty. (Solo only)
30
The Professional
Shoot all of Amsel's henchmen, including their attack dog, without reloading. (Solo only)
15
Gunslinger
Assassinate General Amsel with a pistol shot. (Solo only)
15
The Hammer Strikes
Complete 'Their Land, Their Blood' on Veteran difficulty. (Solo only)
30
Scorched Earth
Complete 'Burn`em Out' on Veteran difficulty. (Solo only)
30
Firestarter
Complete a mission using only the flamethrower. Melee, grenades & explosives are OK. (Solo or co-op)
15
Fearless
Complete 'Relentless' on Veteran difficulty. (Solo only)
30
Hell on Wheels
Complete 'Blood and Iron' on Veteran difficulty. (Solo only)
30
Iron Fist
Destroy all towers and bunkers in 'Blood and Iron'. (Solo or co-op)
15
No Return
Complete 'Ring of Steel' on Veteran difficulty. (Solo only)
30
Ruthless
Kill 15 enemies while mounted on a tank in 'Ring of Steel'. (Solo or co-op)
15
When It Rains, It Pours
Complete 'Eviction' on Veteran difficulty. (Solo only)
30
Shot in the Dark
Kill 10 enemies while the lights are out in the subway in 'Eviction'. (Solo or co-op)
10
One Bad Gato
Complete 'Black Cats' on Veteran difficulty. (Solo only)
30
The Sum of All Zeros
Down 45 Japanese Zeros in 'Black Cats'. (Solo only)
15
Lights Out!
In 'Black Cats', blast out all of the spot lights in the Japanese cargo convoy. (Solo only)
10
Blowtorch & Corkscrew
Complete 'Blowtorch & Corkscrew' on Veteran difficulty. (Solo only)
30
Setting of the Sun
Complete 'Breaking Point' on Veteran difficulty. (Solo only)
30
Mortar-dom
Kill 8 Japanese with thrown mortars in 'Breaking Point'. (Solo or co-op)
10
Guardian Angel
In the final battle for Okinawa, save Sergeant Roebuck. (Solo or co-op)
10
For the Motherland
Complete 'Heart of the Reich' on Veteran difficulty. (Solo only)
30
Bearing the Burden
Complete 'Downfall' on Veteran difficulty. (Solo only)
30
Rough Economy
Kill 3 enemies with a single bullet. (Solo or co-op)
15
Close Shave
Survive a Banzai attack. (Solo only)
10
Snake in the Grass
Take out a Japanese soldier while he is lying in wait in the grass. (Solo or co-op)
15
Grave Robber
Collect all Death Cards in the game. (Solo only)
15
Kamikaze
Complete any level on Regular difficulty or higher using only melee and grenades. (Solo only)
15
Throw a Six and a Half
On Hardened or Veteran difficulty, complete a level without dying. (Solo only)
15
Purple Heart
When staring into the face of adversity, show courage and persevere.
5
War Hero
Complete the game on any difficulty. (Solo only)
40
Hardened War Hero
Complete the game on Hardened or Veteran difficulty. (Solo only)
100
Get Your Left Foot Wet
Complete a match in Campaign Co-Op mode over Xbox LIVE. (Online co-op only)
30
Get Your Right Foot Wet
Complete a match in Competitive Co-Op mode over Xbox LIVE. (Online co-op only)
30
Blue Ribbon
Complete a 4-player Competitive Co-Op match in 1st place over Xbox LIVE. (Online co-op only)
25
It’s All about Prestige (Secret Achievement)
You achieved the first level of Prestige. Only 9 more to go.
0
Secret Achievement (Secret Achievement)
Continue playing to unlock this secret achievement.
0

User Reviews

Score: 92
Overall User Average: 9.55 / 10 (92.3%)
Gameplay User Average: 9.30 / 10
Graphics User Average: 9.50 / 10
Sound User Average: 9.70 / 10
mattgame
Date reviewed: February 19, 2009.

Overall: Call of Duty World at War returns us to the WW11 setting that some may consider to be overdone. However, this take of WW11 may be the best ever! The game itself is a marvel as was COD4 in all aspects of game creating. The graphics, the sound, the multiplayer, and the single player campaign are all stellar. It is successful despite the overpopulated FPS genre and it furthers the concept that in order for a game to be great it should have a multiplayer component. COD WaW instantly becomes a XBOX 360 must have.
Gameplay: If you've played COD4 then you've basically played this game. The single player is packed with intensity with an excellent surprise at the end otf the game. Yet the meat and potatoes of this game is in the multiplayer. The maps are excellent, the gameplay magnificient, and although the weapons are aged they function well and serve the purpose of killing your enemy efficiently. The best part of multiplayer is releasing the hounds after seven kills in a row! It is hilariously to watch as your enemy either runs, are is mauled by the relentless German shepherds. I don't think there is a better moment in all of FPS gaming. Of course, it's not so great when the hounds after your @!%#*!!
Graphics: The game is as nice to watch as COD4 and in a lot of repsects a bit more detailed. The maps especially are filled with nooks and crannies and well defined areas wher one kind easily go and set up head poppin shop. Add in the 1080p resolution and you get the visual sense that you are at war so it would be best to take cover ASAP!
Sound: The audio is also very well done. Imagine if you will you're camping in a sniper spot and you first hear the sound of a bullet shooting past your head. You stand up and start looking around panicked because you have been found. So you remember it's best to lay down. Then you hear the siren. That God awful sound of impending doom. Now you get down from your perch and start to run! As you try and find somewhere else to set up, you hear something off in the distance. It sounds like dogs? Then you hear the enemy announce, "let the dogs tear the flesh from our enemies!" Panic has set in and before you know it you hear the sickening sounds of someone being eaten, you look down and God help you, it's you! That's what the sound does in this game, it makes you appreciate the war and puts you in the center of the action.
Suggestions: The only suggestion I have is more maps. Keep making more maps. Everything else about the game is outstanding. However, after a time the maps become old and subsequently the game becomes old. The Ugly Truth: I easily put this game in the top ten XBOX 360 games of all times.


Overall: 97 %
Gameplay: 98 %
Graphics: 96 %
Sound: 97 %

Fargoth
Date reviewed: January 7, 2009.

Overall: Over the years the Call of Duty series has pulled in a great deal of money on their famous WWII games as well as the trend-breaking blockbuster hit Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare. In Call of Duty World at War the creators go back to WWII in efforts to show the people about the battles and bravery of soldiers no one knew or cared about as well as famous battles such as Makin and Berlin. Like past Call of Duty games you play split characters one being Private Miller of the Marine Raiders and the other being Private Petrenko of the Red Army where you go on and fight battles to win the war. Another thing this game has added was the gore. They added effects such as legs being blown off from bouncing betties or a shotgun. Another nice and fun feature is the flamethrower which dispose of enemies quickly with screams that make you feel fuzzy inside. Overall if your looking for a completley new game with completley new stuff I appologize because I have to dissapoint you. Overall this game is pretty much a replica of Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare except in WWII, a new storyline, new weapons, and tanks, a russian Gary Oldman, and of cource the zombies. In Modern Warfare at the end of the game you are granted the airplane mission, in World at War you get a Nazi Zombie survival mode which is freaky and fun and can be played over and over for a long time. Claymores are now Bounching betties, Grenade launcher (has been moved to last upgrade for a rifle [Thankfully]) is still a grenade launcher, online is the same as the old online. Although if you continue to move up the Call of Duty series this will be a great game to go online for because online is still intact and the new maps add some new experiences and stradagies for all players. I have been a fan since Modern Warfare and overall I like this game its fun to play, challenging on veteren and online, and great when your playing co-op on Nazi Zombies.
Gameplay: Overall theres nothing special about the gameplay if you have played Modern Warfare. Its pretty much like playing Call of Duty Modern Warfare again with different skins, areas, levels, guns, and Kiefer Sutherland telling you what to do. Although many people including myself really loved Modern Warfare so we have no problem playing World at War. Basically gameplay is exactly the same shoot, throw grenades, aim, die, repeat. The process is a lot more fun that it sounds. Recommendations are to people who liked the Call of Duty Modern Warfare and every FPS fan. 60% of the people who say Halo 3 is better have never played it (I was one).
Graphics: From a visual standpoint this game's graphics aren't top-notch, but they are still really nice. They added some real world effects such as gr@!%#*! being burned, people being burned, tanks with flamethrowers. They also added gore and more blood which makes shooting people in the legs with a shotgun so much less shameful than it really is. Overall its graphics are good and are up top, but if your expecting Fallout 3 or Gears of War graphics this isn't what you think.
Sound: The audio of the game is still nice like it was back in Call of Duty Modern Warfare. The guns sound like an actual gun, the grenades sound like grenades, the people screaming sounds like screaming. They also added nice features like Artillery strikes giving off the screeching sound and also the sounds that the characters make. If you kill someone online you may taunt them, or when your reloading you actually sound desperate which adds a nice realism effect. But to top all that off your Marine Raider general is Kiefer Sutherland and your Russian General is Gary Oldman. It can't get better than that.
Suggestions: In my mind I think the developers are in the right direction on advancing this game towards perfection they listened to complaints about things like grenade launchers and fixed it. Suggestions: I suggest that they work on adding some mindblowing features to the game so it doesn't seem like Call of Duty 4 with new skins. My only other suggestion would be to go back to modern warfare which created a giant success for them, but they are already planning Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 which I eagerly await to play.


Overall: 94 %
Gameplay: 88 %
Graphics: 94 %
Sound: 97 %

Call of Duty: World At War News

Call of Duty: The War Collection is available now
A brief update to let you know that Call of Duty: The War Collection,a compilation package featuring several classic WWII-era Call of Duty titles is now available at retail.

NPD: Modern Warfare 2 Tops Six Million Sales
Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 sold over six million copies in the US during November, shattering Halo 3’s monthly record of 3.3 million units set back in September 2007.

1 Million downloads for COD:WAW Map pack 3
Call of Duty: World at War Map Pack 3 from Activision Publishing, Inc.and developer Treyarch topped more than one million paid downloads during its first weekend of availability

Treyarch Cracking Down on Console Modders
For you console modders out there, you might want to hear what developer Treyarch has to say.The team behind Call of Duty: World at War isn’t fond of console owners making mods for their games. Treyarch is taking action

Call of Duty: World at War Map Pack 3 in August
Call of Duty: World at War Map Pack 3 further expands the awesome COD multiplayer experience with four brand new maps.

Call of Duty: World at War hits 11 million sales
Activision and Treyarch’s Call of Duty: World at War has sold over 11 million units since launch last November.The game has just received the second of its Map Packs for download to consoles

World at War Map Pack Hits 1m Downloads
The latest down loadable Multiplayer map pack for Call of Duty World at War has been downloaded over a million times.

Call of Duty Reclaims UK Chart
Activision’s Call of Duty: World at War returns to the top of the UK all-format chart following its surprise slip to second during the Christmas week.

Activision Talks Sequels
Publishing arm Activision has hinted at new versions of three of its most lucrative titles. Speaking at an event in New York held by in-game advertising firm Massive, the company briefly discussed sequels to three key franchises; Call of Duty, Tony Hawk and Guitar Hero.

New Call of Duty Outsells CoD4 by More Than 2 to 1
The first week sales of Call of Duty: World at War have outsold Call of Duty 4’s debut by more than 2 to 1.

Call of Duty: World at War Invades Retail Shelves
Activision Publishing, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI) and developer Treyarch, have shipped Call of Duty: World at War to retail stores nationwide.

Shoot Zombies in Call of Duty: WAW
Publisher Activision and developer Treyarch have revealed a four-player co-op zombie-killing mode for Call of Duty: World at War. In this mode, players and three of their friends will get a chance to kill wave after wave of Nazi-zombies.

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