Call of Duty: World and War is the most recent Call of Duty video game from it’s line. Some call it Call of Duty 5 since it’s the fifth in the series. Activision publishes this game that redefines World War 2 game-play. The war action is chaotic and realistic, the player is constantly kept on his or her toes.
What I like about this game:
- It tells you the name of the people you are working with. This is helpful when you are actually playing the game. It helps you keep track.
- Compared to Medal of Honor the game is more realistic. For instance when a grenade blows up next to you in Medal of Honor you don’t necessarily die from the explosion. On Call of Duty: World at War if a grenade blows up next to you it means instant death. Just like real life.
- The graphics are outstanding. Just as clear as if it was real life!
- You can use wi-fi connection to play this game against your friends
I would highly recommend using the Wii Zapper for game play, this will make the whole experience even more realistic. You will use the zapper in a similar way you would use a rifle. You actual will need to reload the shotgun by snapping the zapper down.
This game is fantastic and fun. Our household has no current negative thoughts on it besides the disclaimer below. This may end up changing the more we play, so I will certainly update if I feel it important!
We will certainly be keeping Call of Duty: World at War at the top of our played games for the Wii.
BIG disclaimer… I would not play this game with your children in the room! The violence is very graphic. Within the first few seconds of the game the “F” bomb is dropped as well. Graphic language is definitly there.