Call of Duty: World at War for Wii

Whether you are a complete golden cross or have recently been called to duty, you have realized that Call of Duty: World At War on the Wii is a spectacular video game. Bringing back memories at the arcade, there are multiple gun attachments for the Wii remote to be put into to enhance the appeal of this game. If you are playing the campaign or testing your abilities in the online multiplayer matches, you will love this first person shooter.
Comparable to Halo with the competitive online game play, World At War brings a variety of gamers to the screen through the medium of the Wii. Parents have begun playing games with their children more, and it is very interesting to say the least to watch a parent play online. The revolution from control frustration leads to excitement with the first successful match. So no matter what your gaming experience is, if you are in possession of a Wii and enjoy a good first person shooter, Call of Duty: World At War is the way to go.

As far as game play goes, it is a little rough to learn the controls because of the sensitivity involved with looking around the screen while trying to shoot your enemies. But after minimal play, the controls become second nature. From here make sure to take advantage of the “create a class” menu. This will allow you to customize your weapons and select from them depending on the map you play. The campaign may seem difficult at first, but once you have the controls down, success will follow.

After completing the campaign, or at least giving it a chance, you may be looking for a larger challenge. Enter online play. Here you can battle players across the world to test your ability. Begin your online adventure with the Thompson, and make sure to start in Boot Camp so as not to begin in the deep end. Just wait until you see your first flame-thrower in action! After reaching level 65 and obtaining the precious flame-thrower perk, you will have a difficult decision to make: Do you want to remain a level 65 with that coveted flame-thrower, or do you begin one of ten prestige stages on your way to the golden cross?

Finally, once you believe that you are pretty good at the game, check out the leader boards to see how you measure up with the rest of the world.