In November 11, newly formed company Activision Blizzard published one of the most anticipated PC games of year. It’s Call of Duty: World at War. The game is available for PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii. Of course, there is no Mac version available for Call of Duty: World at War.
The following QuickTime movie is a game play video for Call of Duty: World at War, covering the very first single-player mission. This game play video doesn’t skip introductory cinematic scenes at the beginning. We won’t say if this game is a good buy because we just started reviewing it. We will say that these introductory scenes are quite interesting.
Unfortunately, the video quality is not very good not due to our efforts in reducing the file size. The PC version of the game seems to show incompatibility with common video cards. Capturing the active screen is not possible with our terminal for now. Consequently, you will see non-smooth, interrupting pictures in the movie. So far, this is the best result that we came up with after spending some 8 hours, using several different screen-capture applications. Furthermore, the game itself delayed the release of our first game play video for Call of Duty: World at War. After using v1.1 Patch, we are finally able to run the game. Anyway, we hope you will get some idea about this new game.
Unlike Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, World at War once again takes you to the war scenes of the World War II. The battle ground is not Europe this time. It’s the Japanese occupied territories in the Pacific. In this game, you will play the character of American Marine Private Miller fighting the Japanese at the beginning. Then you’ll play a Russian soldier fighting the German Nazi.
Call of Duty: World at War is a product of Activision Blizzard and Treyarch.