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An epic story of an American marine and a Soviet soldier in WWII.

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Sgt. Reznov (voice)
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Craig Houston ...
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Sgt. Sullivan (voice)
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Pvt. Polonsky (voice)
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Keith Ferguson ...
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Jacob Cipes ...
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Russian Soldier (voice) (as Dave Boat)
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Russian Soldier (voice) (as Nick Guest)
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In the last two years of World War II, Pvt. Miller and Pvt. Petrenko, two allied soliders, will fight to end WWII. In famous battlefields from Pelelieu to Seelow Heights, Call of Duty World at War delivers brutal action, intense sieges, desperate stands, and memorable characters. Using any weapons at your disposal, from Thompson SMGs, to Flamethrowers, to T34 tanks, fight back the evil of the Fascist Reich and the Japanese Empire in the fifth installment in the Call of Duty Franchise.

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Throughout the Berlin campaign, snippets of "Dies Irae" from Mozart's Requiem can be heard playing. Another snippet can be heard during the "opening credits" when the Activision logo appears on screen. See more »

Goofs

At the end of the game where Pvt. Petrenko plants the flag on top of the Reichstag is at daytime, this is incorrect. The first flag was initially planted in the night, however a staged photo was taken on the daytime of May 1st. See more »

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Gen. Douglas MacArthur: It is my earnest hope, and indeed the hope of all mankind, that from this solemn occasion a better world shall emerge out of the blood and carnage of the past.
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Followed by Call of Duty: Operation Kingfish (2011) See more »

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This, Is War!
24 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

While I admit I am a bit behind the curve on video games and play on a Play Station 2, this is still a stunning experience of war and an incredibly exhausting, frightening, and challenging World War II game. I am perplexed by the response of some reviewers to the fact that this is Second World War game and another stirring tribute to the soldiers who made such horrendous sacrifices to defeat the Axis and save freedom for all. The war with Japan is especially stupendous with maniacal banzai charges that will have you running for your life and an astonishing attack accomplished as you ride on a machine gun mounted elephant. There are few too many such fantastically exciting moments to mention but time after time you will find yourself pushed to the limits of your endurance and suffering the fatigue of intense combat in unendurable environments. Beautifully produced and superbly scripted and scored, this will remain a classic for those of us who salute the brave combat veterans of the bloodiest conflicts in history. One can only hope many more World War Two games will be produced of such excellence so that we may continue to grow in our understanding of that time and our respect for what the heroes endured eternally.


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