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Monday, 28 February 2011

Review: Call Of Duty: Black Ops


Although i am growing tired of the 7 game long Call of Duty games, this game appeals to me in a few ways,

Firstly, this game has quite good graphics. its very smooth in comparison to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, which took up heaps of memory. Black Ops is smoother, better looking, and a hell of a lot more fun to play.

One of the main things about the Call Of Duty games i liked was the single player campaign. some prefer multiplayer, but i don't think I'm calm enough to listen to 12 year old's who will head shot me from about 100 miles away and then tease me, or ill kill them, and then they'll rage at me, and so on.

The Single Player in Black Ops however, is virtually stunning, action packed, and full of dramatic story and plot twists, which i absolutely got drawn into, it is very very fun game single player, and (multiplayers not half bad either, i guess :P ) my personal opinion: i wish they made the campain longer :)

A few points of criticism, as always: their is quite a large amount of players, so the server on multiplayer lag endlessly for me and my friend, some servers are okay, but some are almost unplayable. Furthermore, the whole prestige system, smart as it may be for hardcore gamers, - it is simply stupid. when you reach top level or "rank" as i think they call it, you can prestige, which resets everything you earned (all weapons, kill streak rewards etc) and u go back to level 1, but just with a different symbol next to your name and an achievement. I find this REALLY annoying, i cant see why people would want to reset something they have worked to hard on! but i guess, if you get bored at top level, you Get bored. 

You can buy this game off Steam, or buy it from any EB Games or game Store.

GAME-PLAY: 9.5/10

1 comment:

  1. I could agree with the ratings it got. Has some nice graphics.