WWII shooters have always been about authenticity and intensity, and in that respect, Treyarch appears to have succeeded with Call of Duty: World at War. This jungle gameplay wonderfully captures the war atmosphere, as everything is both chaotic and appropriately horrifying. Perhaps never before have we seen the Great War depicted in such a frighteningly realistic manner in video games, and we need to stand up and recognize this achievement. Perhaps it's not even fair to compare this one to Modern Warfare, just because the two games are so very different. Besides, it's now clear that both titles kick much ass, so why should anyone complain? For any reason?
11/12/2008 Ben Dutka