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Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified (PlayStation Vita)
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- Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified (PlayStation Vita)
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Before the future could be won, history had to be written. Exposing that story exclusively on PlayStation Vita, Call of Duty Black Ops: Declassified explores original fiction in the Call of Duty Black Ops universe with an all-new campaign of Special Ops missions.
Optimised for gamers on-the-go, Call of Duty Black Ops: Declassified delivers the most intense handheld Call of Duty experience to date, including both Special Ops story mode and Multiplayer combat tailored for the PS Vita.
Declassified gives you a number of single player objective-based Operations
|New landscapes and maps give you even more space for exploration|
|Choose from a huge number of weapons, grenades and attachments|
|Play up to 4v4 multiplayer gameplay on Wi-Fi on franchise favourite modes|
The title features intense 4v4 multiplayer action across popular modes, along with the hallmark Call of Duty gameplay, including Care Packages, Create-a-Class, Killstreaks, Perks, and even the opportunity to Prestige.Declassified offers a complementary series of single player operations. With touchscreen and 'Near' features, Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified puts the adrenaline-rush action of Call of Duty in the palm of your hands. Features
Play up to 4v4 multiplayer gameplay on favourite modes, including Free-For-All, Kill Confirmed, Team Deathmatch and Dropzone all tailored for Vita.
Choose from lethal and tactical grenades, a variety of weapons and attachments, features like Care Packages, Challenges, Create-a-Class, Killstreaks, Perks, Prestiging, XP and more.
Declassified also comes with complementary single player objective-based Operations, along with Survival and Time Trial Missions.
One of publisher Activision's newest studios, Nihilistic Software have worked on top titles such as Resistance: Burning Skies and Conan. Based in Marin County, California, Nihilistic was founded in 1998 and is renowned for focusing on one solid game at a time.
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The story mode - titled "Operations" - will only last a couple of hours on the lowest difficulty, but each of the 10 missions plays like a bitesize rendition of the console CoD missions, which are notorious for their cinematic style. The "Hostiles" mode is a simplified version of the "Survival" mode from MW3, seeing you holding out for as long as possible against waves of enemies. And the multiplayer mode, which acts as the key drawing-in point for many CoD players, remains surprisingly active with players, even if the mode itself is somewhat unremarkable.
The game offers a handful of extra hours of gameplay for completionists, granting star ratings for completing Operations on higher difficulties, surviving for longer in Hostiles, and completing training course Time Trials as fast as possible. Multiplayer offers progressional challenges for each of the game's weapons (much like the console counterparts), and Trophy-hunters have a fairly easy list to conquer, primarily comprised of simple tasks to complete in each Operation.
There are a few small niggles - I've noticed the occasional visual bug, loading times (particularly in multiplayer) can be sluggish, and the game seems to struggle to distinguish between the knife and grenade commands due to poor touchscreen implementation - but once again, this is well worth a purchase now that it's fallen below half-price.
- The multiplayer: Online lobbies are almost always full of players, even years after this game's release. Moreover, its not just confined to TDM. You'll also be able to find lobbies and other players in modes like Free-For-All and Kill Confirmed. All of the usual Call of Duty features like class creation, weapon upgrades, killstreaks, perks and prestige are also present and accounted for, and its good to see such a fully fleshed out multiplayer mode in a handheld game. The in game experience is also pretty good considering its over Wi-Fi or 3G. There is occasional ping lag, with some players teleporting from time to time, but more often than not things run pretty smoothly. Even when teleporting does happen, it isn't truly of gamebreaking proportions.
- The game's' performance: it runs buttery smooth both offline and online. Obviously its not running at 60fps, but it still maintains a solid 30 even with high action on screen, with none of the frame rate drops that occasionally happen in Killzone Mercenary.
- The single player experience: there isn't really a campaign mode to speak of. Instead you're given ten different "operations", which are essentially just single individual missions set in different stages. None of these are especially long or well fleshed out, but don't expect them to be quickly over and done with. There are no checkpoints, so if you die you have to start the mission all over again.Read more ›
The main campaign is 10 sessions and can be done in an hour. If you were hoping for a shrunk done Black Ops 2 then you will be sorely disappointed. Most of the time you`re traversing through factories and shoot your way through brainless waves of enemies (occasionally saving a hostage) The multiplayer stops Declassified from being completely awful with Team Deathmatches and Drop Zones (Defend Bases).
I would recommend you avoid this as it isn`t worth the price Activision has slapped on it. There simply just isn`t enough content and a poor show by activision.