Call of Duty: World at War - Nintendo Wii - 2021 report by Whydis

Call of Duty: World at War - Nintendo Wii

Platform:Nintendo Wii  |  Edition:Standard Product Description Call of Duty: World at War changes the rules of engagement by redefining WWII ga...

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Warfare

(10 reviews)
Story

(7 reviews)
Fps

(8 reviews)
Condition

(9 reviews)
Gun

(16 reviews)
Graphic

(30 reviews)
Play

(15 reviews)
Player

(10 reviews)
Control

(26 reviews)
Multiplayer

(18 reviews)
Campaign

(13 reviews)
Thing

(26 reviews)
Time

(12 reviews)
Language

(9 reviews)
Guy

(4 reviews)
People

(5 reviews)
Screen

(6 reviews)
Stupiddon't

(4 reviews)
Stupid

(1 reviews)
Dog

(5 reviews)

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Reviews around warfare (5.00 of 5)

  • If it wasnt for the wii it would be the second best game ever, behind modern warfare 2
  • I probably would have enjoyed it a bit more except I just finished Modern Warfare Reflex edition, and I enjoyed that a bit more.
  • I'm here to tell you Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is not one of those hastily ported PS2 games with dumb Wii gimmicks thrown in.
  • I am hoping I will get gift card money to get Modern Warfare 2!!
  • This game has IMPRESSIVE online play, and the setup mirrors Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, to a point.
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Reviews around story (5.00 of 5)

  • The gameplay is good, the graphics are good, the story is great, great all around game
  • The russian story has better characters and better story and better fighting
  • It has a great story that is very mature but well scripted
  • The game's image are nearly real, it has a great story line, where you go through an assault with Sgt
  • The american story is good but not great, you really dont get to know the characters
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Reviews around fps (5.00 of 5)

  • This is definitely one of the Best FPS games I've eer played and part of it has to due with the motion controls of the Wii
  • If you like online FPS then stop reading and go get the game.9.0
  • Regardless, this game is currently only one of two WWII FPS games available on the Wii platform and is highly recommended.
  • These type games will always look and play better on the XBox and PS consoles, but if you only have a Wii, this is a very good FPS game.
  • this is the best online FPS game for wii, if thats what you are looking for you should buy it
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Reviews around condition (5.00 of 5)

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Reviews around gun (4.28 of 5)

  • The guns are great and there are a good mix of snipers, SMG's, shotguns, MG's and rifles
  • Lots of different classic guns and love the multi-player mode
  • The problem with this is when you run toward the enemy, the grenade goes over your head, then reappears in front of you.-TERRIBLE gun graphics; when the guns are on the ground in this game, several of them appear to be built of Lego's
  • The guns look really nice as wellas many other textures.8.0
  • I WOULD NOT recommend the Nyko Perfect Shot Gun.
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Reviews around graphic (3.92 of 5)

  • The gameplay is good, the graphics are good, the story is great, great all around game
  • The graphics are pretty good for the Wii but I felt lacked compared to other COD games for the Wii
  • The graphics and some other stuff is not as good as it is on the xbox but its still very fun
  • The problem with this is when you run toward the enemy, the grenade goes over your head, then reappears in front of you.-TERRIBLE gun graphics; when the guns are on the ground in this game, several of them appear to be built of Lego's
  • But with COD: World at War, I've really enjoyed using the Zapper and have found that it makes it easier for me to play, the graphics are pretty cool for Wii and the
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Reviews around play (3.86 of 5)

  • This game has IMPRESSIVE online play, and the setup mirrors Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, to a point.
  • The Marine part of the game is slightly cliched, and it plays a lot like most any other WW2 game(Call of Duty 3, Medal of Honor games etc.) , although it also has a lot of differences, like the jungle setting, the use of flamethrowers, and cool vehicle play, which makes it fun, if a little boring it times
  • Was the first Call of Duty game I ever played.. and is probably one of the BEST games I've ever played in my life
  • To me the online play was totally neglected
  • But, boy was I wrong, and I've played non-stop online since getting it Thursday
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Reviews around player (3.86 of 5)

  • the 'second player' which is only a second gun for the first player wasn't too exciting when I finally got the game.
  • They're not friendly, nor fun.--- Limited multi-player modes when compared to the other consoles
  • http://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/IOydjB3t5kQX6D89WMoLqTAcAUDHUcn1It is a stellar game which is why I've given it 2 stars, I enjoyed the single player but again, that's not why I purchased this game
  • The only negative might be that its only 8 players max on the Wii, but not a problem!
  • The single player is fun and gets you some practice for the multiplayer
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Reviews around control (3.72 of 5)

  • It's hard to navigate, aiming is loose and inaccurate, and the controls are clunky at best, the graphics are choppy and dark -- in short it's nearly impossible to play.
  • When you are connected to a good game, the controls can be really good for a wii on-line game
  • i hated it because i though the controls were crazy hard (especially with that wii zapper gun thingy dont get it
  • The plot is fairly well done and the controls are really quite good
  • The game is not bogged down with gimmicky Wii-waggle controls, a problem many other Wii FPS titles suffer.+++ Excellent sound effects.
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Reviews around multiplayer (3.51 of 5)

  • Great campaign, good multiplayer (I do hate those dogs!), good price.
  • As of April 2012 this is still my favorite multiplayer game for the Wii - I like it better than COD Reflex
  • I suspect that there is no split-screen multiplayer due to the Wii's lacking hardware power
  • I'm not kidding, this is without a doubt the best online multiplayer game created for the Wii to date.
  • The multiplayer is hard for beginners and I think you shouldn't have to win the guns it seems pointless
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Reviews around campaign (3.22 of 5)

  • I thought that would be bc of the violence, never did I expect my character to start throwing out the F word like candy and telling the person he's shooting at to die M & F
  • The game has a long campaign, good though, and good multiplayer
  • The campaign is fun, and the multiplayer is FFFFUUUNNN and addicting!!
  • Multiplayer is fun but the campaign is retarded difficult
  • So far, I have actually preferred the campaign over the online multiplayer.
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Reviews around thing (2.12 of 5)

  • Ihave 2 good things to say about this game on the wii platform,and 2 bad things to say about this game on the wii platforn,one good thing
  • The best thing is, you can play over and over again and still have fun, all for free if you have a wifi connection
  • This lead to another good thing about the game which was that I for some reason got really enthralled in it, and couldn't put the game down no
  • Ihave 2 good things to say about this game on the wii platform,and 2 bad things to say about this game on the wii platforn,one good thing
  • The saddest thing is I think I would like this game if it were on the Xbox
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Reviews around time (1.95 of 5)

  • I got killed 3 times by the same grenade at this checkpoint
  • , you last about 6 seconds before the same guy who killed you the last 18 times kills you again
  • I played the recruit to taste the game, don't want to waste time any more
  • I gave this to my son (25) for his birthday and he is having a great time.
  • The funny thing is you will die so many times in some areas that you will sometimes be glad to have some of those checkpoints, although most of them just seemed pointless
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Reviews around language (1.90 of 5)

  • -Controls: 8.0 Nice n' smooth.
  • On full-mature mode, there is strong language and more graphic violence
  • The language is crude and even vulgar at times, probably accurately representing the things you would hear or say on a battle field.
  • I like the choice to cut out the bad languages, because at times my son will play with it with dad.
  • but i gave it 4 stars overall for only 8 people in online games.warning: this game is very violent and has bad language, dont give this game to kids under 10 at least if not 10, 13.
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Reviews around guy (1.69 of 5)

  • There is even a feature where you can move the Wiimote forward and you will stab with your bayonet or gut butt the bad guys
  • I couldn't figure out why I died so easily because at the time I thought the guy in back of me was a friendly
  • It doesn't work guys
  • when you shoot someone there is no pink splash, and when you kill someone there is no blood where you injured the guy, which really degrades from the realistic quality

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Reviews around people (1.54 of 5)

  • , I've met one too many... bad people who know the tricks and cheats.
  • Not many people can hack a game but once they do it spreads like a virus -
  • I also noticed that there are already many many people playing this game so the more the merrier ;
  • Some people have complained about the frame rate, but I honestly have not seen any serious frame rate issues.

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Reviews around screen (1.44 of 5)

  • -Controls: 8.0 Nice n' smooth.
  • Replacing the TV when you throw the zapper at it and crack the screen isn't
  • I suspect that there is no split-screen multiplayer due to the Wii's lacking hardware power
  • IF U WANT MULTIPLAYER OR ZOMBIES the only part of the game that works is campaign and there is no zombies and multiplayer does not work also there isnt split screen
  • One of things I really like is that we can play together at the same time with two targets on a single screen - no split screens here
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Reviews around stupiddon't (1.01 of 5)

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  • -Controls: 8.0 Nice n' smooth.

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Reviews around stupid (1.00 of 5)

  • Stupid stupid stupid Stupid stupid stupidStupid stupid stupidStupid stupid stupidStupid stupid stupidStupid stupid stupidStupid stupid stupidStupid stupid stupidStupid stupid stupidStupid stupid stupidStupid stupid stupidStupid stupid stupidStupid stupid stupidDon't bother

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Reviews around dog (1.00 of 5)

  • The dogs in the game are very problematic and make my skin crawl
  • 1) control seems a bit awkward, 2) the dogs are obnoxious, 3) it is sometimes hard to hear orders, and 4) 2 player mode (the second player can only "help" and has no free motion ability)
  • the dogs are just dumb (if someone on your team shoots 7 people in a row without dying, they can call out the dogs on the other team)
  • however, unleashing the dogs after 7 consecutive kills is a bit much.
  • Great campaign, good multiplayer (I do hate those dogs!), good price.

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More about Call of Duty: World at War - Nintendo Wii

  • Platform:Nintendo Wii  |  Edition:Standard Product Description Call of Duty: World at War changes the rules of engagement by redefining WWII gaming and thrusting players into one of the most tension-filled, unforgiving battles against a new ferocious enemy in the most dangerous and suspenseful action ever seen in WWII
  • Powered by Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare technology, Call of Duty: World at War brings an uncensored edge to combat, as soldiers face the most harrowing and climatic European and Pacific battles in which an enemy, who knows no surrender and no retreat, will fight to the last breath, unleashing an arsenal of lethal surprising tactics
  • Peril and danger lurk throughout the battlefield as players combat the unknown risk of the new chaos of battle
  • From the remains of Russia and the ruins of Berlin, to the beach and jungles of the deadly Pacific Theater, the volatile action takes on added depth as players employ new features that previously were only-available in multiplayer, including perks, rankings and online stats in up-to full four-player cooperative gameplay
  • New infantry and vehicle-based weapons, like the potent flamethrower, bring the battlefield ablaze. Amazon.com Building on the Call of Duty4: Modern Warfare engine, Call of Duty: World at War thrusts players into the ruthless and gritty chaos of WWII combat and challenges them to band together to survive the most harrowing and climactic battles in both the European and Pacific theaters
  • The title re-defines WWII games by offering an uncensored experience with unique enemies, jawdropping fire power like the flamethrower, and combat variety, including Kamikaze fighters, ambush attacks, Banzai charges and cunning tactics, as well as explosive on-screen action through all new cooperative gameplay
  • Features: Multiplayer - Call of Duty: World at War supports intense, online multiplayer action using the Call of Duty4: Modern Warfare engine
  • Bringing multiplayer to the Wii for the first time in the Call of Duty franchise, players will be able battle it out in a variety of game types, plus upgrade and customize characters by using perks and completing challenges
  • Squadmate Mode - This single-screen cooperative mode lets players team up to play alongside friends and family
  • At any moment, a second Wii Remote can be activated, giving the second player their own aiming crosshair to provide cover and added firepower while fighting alongside their Squadmate
  • Combat-Look - Call of Duty: World at War includes "Combat-Look" technology - as the player runs through the game's diverse environments and topographies, the vertical line of sight discreetly adapts to keep players focused on the battlefield without having to radically adjust for uphill/downhill grade variations in the terrain
  • This system still allows complete freedom and mobility for targeting and results in a smoother and more playable Wii experience
  • Wii Zapper Support - Call of Duty: World at War fully supports Nintendo's Zapper controller through a customized game setting that allows the entire game, including multi-player, to be played with the Zapper
  • This customized setting adds a new way to play by incorporating unique gestures and button layouts that add to the Call of Duty experience.