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From GameWatcher: "Nine years is a long time to break away from a habit. It was in 2008 that Treyarch and Activision released Call of Duty: World at War, marking the last chapter the world-renowned shooter series would spend on World War II for years to come. Now, with Sledgehammer Games at the head of the project, Activision has chosen to return to history’s most large-scale conflict with nearly a decade worth of improved technology, tight storytelling, intense multiplayer, and Nazi zombies. Call of Duty: WWII brings an impressive blend of nostalgia for the series’ roots and a benchmark for how far it has come, though it seems to miss out on a few key pieces of the glory days we’ve been longing for."