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Call of Duty: Black Ops II - Nuketown 2025 Edition (Xbox 360)
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Nuketown 2025 Edition
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Pushing the boundaries of what fans have come to expect from the record-setting entertainment franchise, Call of Duty: Black Ops II propels players into a near future, 21st Century Cold War, where technology and weapons have converged to create a new generation of warfare.
Futuristic missions give you new weapons and scenarios to get to grips with
|The CLAW is a Cognitive Land Assault Weapon that can be utilised as an in-game vehicle|
|Call of Duty: Black Ops II is a new story with elements and characters from previous games|
|Attacks come from land and sky with the new quadrotor guns|
Combining incredible high-dynamic range graphics and sensational new gameplay, Black Ops II sets you off on secret operations as Frank Woods – the protagonist from the original Black Ops game.
The non-linear storyline will see you battling during a futuristic Cold War, as well as tackling flashbacks from historical missions and playing as various members of the Mason family. Every decision you make during this story will affect future consequences, giving you a different experience every time you play.
With new futuristic weapons, the chance to master a number of different vehicles and modes of transport, and a mysterious villain - known simply as Raul Menendez - Black Ops II is set to be the ultimate Call of Duty game.Beyond the Campaign
Alongside the epic Campaign and branching story is the all-new Multiplayer mode. New maps, new game-styles and new perks make this the most engaging Multiplayer yet!
The fantastic Call of Duty Elite service is provided for free alongside the action-packed game, allowing you to use a number of incredible features which will enhance and extend your Multiplayer experience.
Zombies Mode also makes a comeback with a series of challenging maps and missions that enable you to fight off the dead in even more ways.
One of publisher Activision's biggest internal studios, Treyarch have worked on many big titles - including multiple Spider-Man games and the Quantum of Solace tie-in. They're also behind Call of Duty 2 and 3, Call of Duty: World at War and Call of Duty: Black Ops.
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I'm going to split the review into three sections, as this is how the game splits them on the main menu, and it seems appropriate.
I would like to get this part out of the way firstly, as it is usually the part that is overlooked mostly in the call of duty series.
If you have played any of the previous games you will probably know exactly how this goes. Spend 4-6 hours shooting similar looking bad guys, with a little bit of forced story involved, and not much else. Except this time... it's different! I think the thing that sets this game apart from other COD games is the many small tweaks Treyarch have added, which make for a fresh feeling experience. The first thing I would like to speak about are the strike force missions. These are missions that are outside the story of the main game, but tie into the overall campaign. They basically play out as small RTS style levels where you are tasked with defending a base or fighting your way through checkpoints. There are many different types of units to command, from soldiers, to drones, to huge mechs. Unfortunately, the RTS section seems slightly pointless, as the units don't really do what you ask, and the temptation to just take control of a soldier and spray the countless AI enemies is all too high.
The main change to the COD formula is the story choices.Read more ›
So, to anyone considering buying Black Ops 2, I highly recommend it.
Now, to the multiplayer: I must say it is not a huge jump form MW3 or Black Ops, but it is a nice improvement. The pick 10 system is a great new feature and really helps you to customize the class to exactly what you want. The graphics seemed to have been improved a little and look great combined with the new maps, nearly all of which are set in bright environments. The guns are more balanced than in any previous COD installment, although there are still one or two from each class which stand out more. I love the way you can now but a camo on everything, even your knife!
If you are a casual player, then you will probably find nothing wrong with this game, but if you take your video games a bit more seriously, you will find a few flaws.
My biggest issue is sound whoring. I have a good headset and sound-whoring is a big part of my game, but as I have discovered, it is not that efficient in BO2. There are so many other distracting sounds around that you can only hear the enemies well in complete silence. This was not an issue for me back in MW3, where the enemy movements were louder. The only way to counter this issue is to use the 'Awarness' perk. It doesn't help an awful lot, but it does make the enemy footsteps and reloads a little louder, so they are easier to hear.
Other than that, there are no other major flaws in my oppinion. Overall it is a good game and worth getting if you are a regular COD player.
I am going to keep this review short because there is a lot I can say about this game. The single-player, the multi-player and the zombies so I will break it up into those three categories.
You play as David Mason and his father Alex Mason (main character from the original game). You flip back and forth between these two characters throughout the game. You have to basically find a terrorist that is going to hack all the droids of the army and destroy cities across the globe.
Very simple plot.
For the first time ever you have to make choices during missions that can effect the final outcome of the campaign.
The problem here is that unless you get the correct ending (which I didn't) it can leave you feeling very unsatisfied and disappointed that you worked for nothing.
You can go back and replay the campaign again but that again is another problem that the campaign is not very interesting. I enjoyed it at times I will be honest, but David Mason's story wasn't that interesting and you have to play as him for the majority of the game. I didn't really feel anything for the characters in his story and felt that if I had a choice between saving them or killing them I would not be bothered either way. Which is sad really.
Alex Mason is the highlight of the campaign, your relationship from the first game grows stronger and I ended up wishing I was able to play him more.
I would give the single-player campaign's story & gameplay:
Back again I guess. Treyarch have attempted to make a new multiplayer that users can find engaging and fun to play.Read more ›
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Got this, l says it was (Used - Very Good) but disc condition was almost perfect, not very good :) i am happy thanks!Published 23 days ago by Amazon Customer
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