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(2008 Video Game)

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Sex & Nudity

Violence & Gore

  • Frequent strong bloody violence.
  • Some scenes of actual war footage are shown in cutscenes. This is not too graphic but it depicts war in a fairly brutal way. The feature can be turned off in the Options menu.
  • The game revolves around violence and war. The themes of war and death are extremely upsetting and brutal. It may place some players in discomfort.
  • When enemies are shot, blood spurts out in all directions.
  • Enemies can be stabbed with knives and bayonets. It is very bloody and shocking.
  • Enemies can be blown up with grenades and other military weaponary (rockets, RPG). This results in heads and limbs being blown off with gory injury detail.

Profanity

  • Strong language.
  • Occasional uses of 'f**k', and other milder language.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Scenes of smoking.
  • Some characters are seen smoking, but it is not misused or glamorised. It is also just setting the time the game is set.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • If Call of Duty: World at War was a movie, it would be: Rated R for sustained brutal war violence and torture, disturbing images, and language throughout.
  • The most gory and violent Call of Duty to date, if UK actually rated this 15, im asking why.
  • Real images of war horror.
  • As mentioned, the game contains real war footage which may be disturbing to some players. However, the feature can be disabled.
  • The sustained theme of war is deeply portrayed in a horrific way. This may upset and/or scare players.
  • 18: frequent strong bloody violence, strong language, real images of war horror.

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