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    Combat Training of Call of Duty: World at War

    Here is the combat training tips made by IGN. And it is said that a lot of this applied to the single player experience. So does it really work? Maybe some.

    1. Learning the Essentials

    a)Look, Move, Combat, Interact
    These are the four configuration sub-menus, located under "Controls." If you didn't visit them prior to starting your game, do so immediately upon starting it. It's important to spend some time with these menus, and -- following that -- to familiarize yourself with the controls in-game. Unless you've never played a FPS before, you're already used to things like primary fire and grenades, so we'll focus on the features that aren't as common. You will learn a lot of thr guns from the history.

    b)Toggle Crouch, Toggle Prone
    Since Call of Duty doesn't cater to the run-and-gun types, you should quickly befriend the Crouch and Prone commands. You can use them in various ways, but the Toggle method is perhaps the most natural. Assign each function to a key you can easily strike, then test them out in-game. Crouch will lower your profile and let you duck behind cover, while Prone lowers you further still and lets you crawl quietly. It's also good to go Prone near a great hiding spot when you're severely wounded, and need time to recover.

    c)Aim Down Sight (ADS)
    With Crouch or Prone, you'll set yourself up to dole out the kills, but your accuracy won't be that great until you use Aim Down Sight. The best combatants are capable of using ADS while running around too, and you want to be the best you can be, don't you? Better start practicing, then! Use ADS as often as possible, but apply common sense to the situation, too. As aforementioned, it increases your accuracy by letting you aim with sights, but it also slows you down. Thus, there are some situations where spraying with lower accuracy is better.

    d)Lean Left and Right
    Occasionally, you'll find a spot to hide in, but won't be able to see your enemies from it. When this happens, it's much better to lean than it is to simply move away from your cover. Too many soldiers don't use this functionality, and everyone should. Be careful, though; a quick sniper can pop your skull if you lean out for too long. As in ADS, don't be afraid to use this, but do so with discretion.

    e)Throwing Enemy Grenades
    When they realize where you're hiding, your enemies might lob a grenade into your area. If it lands close by, you may have an opportunity to pick it up and throw it back. This requires lightning-quick reflexes, but can be incredibly useful. It basically grants you the destructive power of an extra grenade for free, and also saves your bacon. If you can't get the timing down, there's only one other option: run for cover!

    f)Melee Attack
    If your aggressive foes don't have any grenades, they may try to run into your hidey-hole and blow your face off. When they're up close and personal, you can use a Melee Attack against them and conserve your bullets. In situations like these, it's kill or be killed, so this is another function you should be plenty familiar with.

    2. Navigating
    In the lower left corner, you have a radar-like compass. This will tell you where friendlies are, among other things. You'll see a star-decorated emblem on-screen, and that's showing you where your next objective is, which is what you should be headed toward.

    3. Stocking Ammunition
    If you're carrying a gun that eats ammo like there's no tomorrow, you shouldn't wastefully spray its bullets. Target with your sights whenever possible and kill with a minimal amount of shots. This will help you hone your aiming skills, and it'll lead to less frustration.

    When it comes to collecting ammunition or obtaining new guns, never be afraid of backtracking. Your objectives are rarely timed, and guns don't disappear, even if you've died. Additionally, you should replace your handgun with a larger gun as soon as possible. To do this, simply switch weapons, pick up something fancy, and you're done.

    One more tip: reload your gun before you search for more bullets. If your gun isn't fully loaded but your reserve capacity is maxed, you won't be able to pick up more. However, as soon as you reload, you'll be able to replenish your stock.

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