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Title: Call of Duty World at War
Post by: Hobbitt on March 14, 2009, 01:39:20 am
 Do any of you play COD on your PC ? If so hit me up with a pm, or here and I will give you a server IP run by 3 of us UAW guys here in Kansas City..


Title: Re: Call of Duty World at War
Post by: dark270 on March 14, 2009, 10:26:46 am
Do any of you play COD on your PC ? If so hit me up with a pm, or here and I will give you a server IP run by 3 of us UAW guys here in Kansas City..

i just started playing this, great game......





Title: Re: Call of Duty World at War
Post by: Furious1Auto on March 14, 2009, 04:30:25 pm
I have played before, but not online.  Can you track and hunt other members like most first "person shooters"?


Title: Re: Call of Duty World at War
Post by: Hobbitt on March 14, 2009, 05:15:02 pm
Its just like the other COD games except it went back to the WWII weaponry. Not sure what you mean by track and hunt other members, but you do play against other people as many as 21 v 21..... I wouldn't recommend it for the younger kids , it is pretty graphic. (body parts fly, blood, and amputated legs/arms) I like it because I act like the enemy is my Superintendent , great stress releiver too..                   >:D


Title: Re: Call of Duty World at War
Post by: gpill on March 14, 2009, 07:19:35 pm
I play on PS3 been laid off past 11 months from Monroe so got hooked on that game


Title: Re: Call of Duty World at War
Post by: Furious1Auto on March 14, 2009, 07:20:27 pm
Its just like the other COD games except it went back to the WWII weaponry. Not sure what you mean by track and hunt other members, but you do play against other people as many as 21 v 21..... I wouldn't recommend it for the younger kids , it is pretty graphic. (body parts fly, blood, and amputated legs/arms) I like it because I act like the enemy is my Superintendent , great stress releiver too..                   >:D

Sweet.


Title: Re: Call of Duty World at War
Post by: dark270 on March 14, 2009, 07:25:08 pm
Its just like the other COD games except it went back to the WWII weaponry. Not sure what you mean by track and hunt other members, but you do play against other people as many as 21 v 21..... I wouldn't recommend it for the younger kids , it is pretty graphic. (body parts fly, blood, and amputated legs/arms) I like it because I act like the enemy is my Superintendent , great stress releiver too..                   >:D

yeah i love the game...nice!!!

my two complaints is that it is not violent enough, i mean they really have it toned down....i think it should be more graphic...

and two....it really sux, that it does not have supervisors in it .... #F

(i am being sarcastic)

*nothing i say or do can be held to me.


Title: Re: Call of Duty World at War
Post by: Br22cat on March 15, 2009, 01:08:15 am
 New maps come out on March 19th. 3 new maps and a zombie map, for 360 and PS3. PC had no date


Title: Re: Call of Duty World at War
Post by: Varmint on March 15, 2009, 08:47:35 am
my two complaints is that it is not violent enough, i mean they really have it toned down....i think it should be more graphic...

and two....it really sux, that it does not have supervisors in it .... #F

(i am being sarcastic)

*nothing i say or do can be held to me.

See, now this is why that guys comment on the other thread really chapped my ass. He posited that if a psycho saw something we said on the web and did something horrible in that vein that we would be culpable rather than the psycho. Bullcrap. He didn't do it because he saw something on the web, he didn't do it because he played violent video games, he didn't do it because he was enamored with the Joker in Dark Knight (I'm sure this one will be playing out soon given what that soldier did recently), he did it because he was a frakking psycho.

As far as CoD goes, though, I don't have it. I'm a Warcraft junkie. Built Horde tough! Hooyah!  ;D


Title: Re: Call of Duty World at War
Post by: dark270 on March 15, 2009, 03:15:16 pm
my two complaints is that it is not violent enough, i mean they really have it toned down....i think it should be more graphic...

and two....it really sux, that it does not have supervisors in it .... #F

(i am being sarcastic)

*nothing i say or do can be held to me.

See, now this is why that guys comment on the other thread really chapped my ass. He posited that if a psycho saw something we said on the web and did something horrible in that vein that we would be culpable rather than the psycho. Bullcrap. He didn't do it because he saw something on the web, he didn't do it because he played violent video games, he didn't do it because he was enamored with the Joker in Dark Knight (I'm sure this one will be playing out soon given what that soldier did recently), he did it because he was a frakking psycho.

As far as CoD goes, though, I don't have it. I'm a Warcraft junkie. Built Horde tough! Hooyah!  ;D

OH, you look frightened, is it the SCARS ?  you want to know how I got them?  HEEE hooo, well you see (lickin my lips) there was this lady named, spring, and she.......(LoL)

like a DOG chasing cars....

time to cause some chaos, because i'm an agent of chaos


Title: Re: Call of Duty World at War
Post by: big blue 1211 on March 15, 2009, 03:23:18 pm
I work at ohap I play every night on ps3 we have a whole team that plays team deathmatch and headquarters email me if you want a invite.


Title: Re: Call of Duty World at War
Post by: Hobbitt on March 15, 2009, 05:20:35 pm
I don't have PS3, we just play the PC version. If anyone plays on PC add me "_Dimebag" to your friends. We play every night , started out 3 guys from KCAP and now we have people from all over the world in the clan.


Title: Re: Call of Duty World at War
Post by: Varmint on March 15, 2009, 05:33:19 pm
OH, you look frightened, is it the SCARS ?  you want to know how I got them?  HEEE hooo, well you see (lickin my lips) there was this lady named, spring, and she.......(LoL)

like a DOG chasing cars....

time to cause some chaos, because i'm an agent of chaos

Ha ha ha, well, of course there are exceptions to every rule.  :D



Title: Re: Call of Duty World at War
Post by: Furious1Auto on June 15, 2009, 02:22:57 pm
I just bought COD for the Wii and have been playing via the internet for free. Here is my friend code for anyone who wants to join my clan!


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Title: Re: Call of Duty World at War
Post by: bob1985 on May 20, 2010, 09:49:17 am
I have played this game on my PS3.Its a very nice game.You will experience that you are fighting in the real war.I have never played through online.But love to love.i'll join soon.


Title: Re: Call of Duty World at War
Post by: Furious1Auto on May 20, 2010, 03:35:30 pm
I have played this game on my PS3.Its a very nice game.You will experience that you are fighting in the real war.I have never played through online.But love to love.i'll join soon.

I moved on to COD Modern warfare Reflex for the WII, but I got to play Modern Warfare 2 on the PS3. I already have an XBOX 360, but I won't pay for XBOX Live, and the PS3 online gaming is free, but the console costs too much. When I can buy one for $160.00 I will be getting a PS3 and there edition of MW2.


Title: Re: Call of Duty World at War
Post by: collins on December 13, 2011, 02:22:30 am
I found the iphone version really impressive in comparison to other iphone games, knowing what they had to start with, the epicness that is call of duty, they had a lot to live up to and I think they did splendidly.