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Call of Duty: World at War Screenshots and Images - DS

Game Description:Call of Duty: World at War re-creates history while making some of is own. Built using the same engine that delivered jaw-dropping visuals in COD: Modern Warfare, World at War sends you to new battlefronts, including the Pacific Theater, where you'll fight as American Marines or Russian infantry. Battle on multiple fronts against ruthless new enemies, some never-before-seen in a COD game. Cinematic visuals are here, along with improved squad-based multiplayer. But World at War truly makes its mark with the addition of co-op play for the first time in Call of Duty history. Coordinate two-player assaults on local split-screens or join with up to four online. 
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