Activision has deployed modification tools for the PC version of Call of Duty: World at War so you can make your own levels and game modes, among other things.

The file's available to download from FileShack, bulging at around 1.1GB in size.

"But I bought the Xbox 360 or PS3 version. Did I make a mistake, Eurogamer?" Funny you should ask. We've broken down binary language barriers and braved circuit boredom to deliver a detailed Xbox 360 versus PS3 versus PC format face-off that says, er, no.

"But I haven't even bought the game! Did I make a mistake, Eurogamer?" Eight out of ten people would say so. Or at least that's what I think the score means on the bottom of our Call of Duty: World at War review. [See me. - Ed]

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