Five minutes of World at War co-op

Activision has released almost five minutes worth of cooperative gameplay footage from Treyarch-developed Call of Duty: World at War, showing off plenty of flamethrower action, Japanese soldiers in palm trees, and Jack Bauer Kiefer Sutherland, one of the key voice talents in the game, yelling out orders. Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be much of that WWII FPS redefining going on like we’ve been promised. Instead, if you count out the new-to-the- series co-op mode itself, I’d say it’s quite the opposite — the gameplay seems pretty standard fare from where this gamer is standing. Maybe it’s different on your end?