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bgreen82

zombie mode for world at war

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anybody else love this mode? i think the furthest ive got is 9 though. any tricks? i keep hoping to get a flamethrower out of the cabinet.

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I too like zombie mode.

Highest ive made it was 16 with 4 players. Most people prefer to only open the one side room. That strategy does work but when the zombies start flooding in their is no where to run. I have also played where we unlocked everything but I think you need 4 decent players with mics for that to work well.

the flamer is good early, after level 10 I dump it. The ray guns are where its at!

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definitely adds to the replayability of the game. i have barely played the online multiplayer, because of the solo campaign, the coop campaign and now this.

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I love the nazi zombies mode. Very fun and mixes things up.

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well, got to 16 last night with 2 other friends. we'll probably try to hit 20 tonight. it's nice when multiple players get the ray gun. i love a ray gun/browning comination. and if you get molotav cocktails as a specialty grenade, that never hurts.

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