When I think of an electronic game that really keeps you wanting more and more I just think of Call of Duty: World at War. When I got this game last year, I played it as much as I could. There were times I was frustrated, however I just kept trying and trying and trying until I made it through. Even when I would finish a difficult section, I would want more. This is the true definition of a game which encapsulates a challenge, however it is possible to reach the end of the game.
The game has amazing graphics which is a plus for any type of graphic war game. Along with the great graphics is the storyline. The setting is World War II and the storyline uses actual movie footage to show those playing the game the real feeling of being on the frontline. There are two different subplots within the game and the player gets to be both individuals in the game. You see the war from the American viewpoint as well as the Russian viewpoint.
To match the great plot as well as the amazing graphics there is an online component to the game. You can play against others online in team or individual matches. This raises the level of intensity of the game and makes it different each time because of the different players you meet each time you get online.
With Call of Duty: World at War it definitely has the FLOW.