Black-Ops Abroad Middle-East – It’s Time to Weigh In

Oh, how I waited in line on November 9, 2010 for the glory of Call of Duty: Black Ops, which will be purchased in my hands, to play even a few minutes when I return home. I pulled the drive into my Xbox360, waiting for even a header screen. I can not say how long I stayed on this faithful night, studying the extensive campaign mode and the multiplayer mode (better known as the game on Live).

 

“As a reviewer, I try to avoid hyperbole, but it’s hard not to call Black Ops” the best Call of Duty ever “simply because it’s the finalization of the franchise formula.” Quote from Tae K. Kim, Gamepro.com

 

Although I can not comment on anything “bad” or wrong in the game, this is really what I found:

 

Campaign: this one (like all previous Call of Duty titles) has succeeded again, although coincidentally a little short, but these days it is expected with any Shooter games from the first person, especially in the Call of Duty franchise. Although until now I’ve only played halfway, I can not say how I stuck to the TV that I was playing this half.

 

Multiuser navigation system: once you are ready to compete with the rest of the world, you can do it. Multiplayer mode gives you PLENTY different modes that were in previous games, and those that no one expected, along with the classic screen sharing mode for you and your friends. Some of the new modes in Black Ops show Wager Matches (bet on your CoD points against your opponents) that go into smaller sub-matches, such as One in the Chamber, Gun Game, Sticks and Stones. Each of them has many unique rules and a choice of weapons, it ensures that the player will never become bored. In addition to Wager matches, other types of matches in which you can participate were quite standard for Modern Warfare 2. They include matches like Team Deathmatch, Domination, Search and Destroy, etc. That any fan of the CoD franchise would be more than is familiar with,

Graphics: here I believe that black operators seem to be lagging behind their predecessor Modern Warfare 2. Graphics in Black Ops, in my opinion, was a bit of a disappointing TINY, because it should be bigger and worse than a year earlier. Although the graphics I’m talking about do not come from Pong, you can see a certain difference between the definition of everything in the game, from weapons to the environment. I feel that MW2 may have taken a cake with this piece if they compare with each other.

 

Weapons: Treyarch offers more than enough in Black Ops. While all weapons are aimed at the Cold War / Vietnam era, they are gathering more than enough to hit all starving players. Black Ops offers the same amount, if not more weapons, than Modern Warfare 2, including some of those weapons that have never been seen in any game, such as a crossbow that shoots sticky arrows from your enemies who , if they are stuck, they can not get a ballistic knife that shoots deadly knives, which are just as effective.

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