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Call of Duty: WWII - PlayStation 4

Model: 88108SKU: 5850906

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Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 5225 reviews

95%
would recommend to a friend

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  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Great Graphics

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    Grim
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    I was disappointed with this game when I realized that it's basically World at War remastered with updated characters. It follows the story pretty close through the first half and then kind of changes up some from there. Not a bad game by any means, just not a new original game.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Average COD game with hackneyed story

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    mrjavascript
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    I enjoy studying the history of World War 2, and was somewhat excited when I heard that this Call of Duty game was cast in that time period. After playing it, it was disappointed. The campaign was a generic four hour romp, full of traditional tropes used in their previous titles (e.g. character caught in explosion and loss of hearing for a few seconds afterwards. @@@@@@@ There's also a multiplayer component in this title, but most people already know that. If you're looking for an excellent story based around WW2, play Wolfenstein instead.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    New and fresh... but old

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    Dooknaut
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    This has been my favorite COD in a while. It brings you back to the days of World at War and not being able to pay to win. The campaign is lacking, not very impactful and lacking a lot of what World War 2 was and rather deciding to focus on character development which I think is a missed opportunity to do both easily. Zombies is great and terrfying, it will give kids and those who don't love horror movie nightmares, it's great. Could be better but very enjoyable overall

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Much improved over last several installments

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    jprakes
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    This installment of COD is a huge improvement over the last several installments who went a little overboard with the futuristic theme to the point that gameplay suffered. Campaign is a much better paced, and gameplay is much improved. The characters are fairly bland and stereotypical, but it works. Multiply has brought back the ability to snipe without having to exploit quickscoping. Previous games had basically designed maps without any sniping positions in mind. Zombies is pretty good, David Tennant is great addition to the cast. It pales in comparison to Treyarch Zombies, but that's expected. It is pretty fun overall. Would recommend this to anyone who has been put off by the previous installments.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Return to form for Call Of Duty

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    flasch96d
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    I'm a sucker for Call of Duty games because they are typically fun and easy to pick up and play. Modern Warfare really defined the series as a premier shooter, but I haven't been impressed with repetitive sequels. Sure, every iteration has added some new features to try and stave off staleness, but the setting and atmosphere is first and foremost important to me. Returning to WWII is a good choice. The story mode is compelling and entertaining, and quite graphic. Even in multiplayer, every kill with the flamethrower or incendiary shells caused the character to scream in agonizing pain and slowly drop to the ground. It's impressive in a disturbing way that keeps the intensity of war always present. I don't care for loot crates, but they are in no way required and you can earn them regularly without needing to pay for them, which is currently available at the moment anyway. The zombie mode is quite similar to other games, but the atmosphere is creepier. If you have been turned away from the series for a while now, I recommend at least renting the game at Redbox to see if you might become hooked like I did playing the beta.

    I would recommend this to a friend