Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified (PlayStation Vita)
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- Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified (PlayStation Vita)
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- Platform: PlayStation Vita
- BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
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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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Top Customer Reviews
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.
Possibly the biggest insult Activision (the publishers) has provided with this product is its price tag. A bad game is a bad game regardless of price but charging anything about £20 for this game is a joke. The campaign consists of only 11 levels which take anywhere between two and seven minutes to finish. To make matters worse there is no connection between the missions and no story at all. Just like Unit 13 you are given a generic missions objective (free the hostage, plant the bomb etc) and no real explanation as to why you should want to succeed.
Levels ultimately consist of moving from A to B, fighting through waves of enemies who are so dumb it's laughable. The AI in BOD is some of the worst and most infuriating I've seen. Most enemies have a psychic element to them whereby they can begin to shoot in your direction long before you have entered there line of site. It matters not to them whether a wall is in the way. A barrage of bullets will be continuously fired in your direction long before it is actually necessary to begin engagement. Soldiers also don't appear to take into account their own safety during a fight. Many are happy to make a B line straight towards you whilst others will stand out in the open far from cover.
Making matters worse are the controls. Nothing here feels right.Read more ›
My dad got it for xmas and I played I few games on his VITA on multiplayer and I think it's the best game online on the VITA out so far. The campaign I don't bother with and the 'Hostiles' missions is like Special Ops and that can keep you entertained for quite a while. I have many many games and this is the one that keeps me glued to my VITA!
I have Rayman, Metal Gear Solid, Need For Speed, WipeOut, Uncharted 3, and COD is the one I'm always on.
The graphics aren't amazing and are not the same as the console version but still a bit further ahead from the ps2 and xbox. There is a couple small glitch's online but haven't had any problems getting in to games. However the 'Party' system on the VITA where you invite friends so you can use voice chat lacks on the VITA currently which means it's hard to get in online games on COD with your mates. That's the worst thing about it - But Sony's fault.
I was lead in to buying this game as I was looking for an fps to take on the go. I had tried Resistance and was not impressed by the lacklustre storyline and overall aged feel to the game and although my instincts told me to avoid Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified, I took the plunge and soon realised the mistake I had made.
When I first played this game, I was happy with how the game played. The controls seemed solid, the graphics were acceptable and although there was no general storyline, the list of 10 missions gave me the impression that this game would at least last me a good few hours on the first playthrough, but I was soon to see how poor this game truly was.
First things first, this is NOT a campaign, the story is made up of around 10 missions, that are not connected to each other in any way and add no value to the story between Black Ops and Black Ops II. These missions can last between 2 and 10 minutes, are far too easy and have no character. Call of duty is famous for big, extravagant and explosive missions that are full of truly over the top action and this game doesn't even try to replicate any previous themes. The AI is particularly retarded and the missions are drab to say the least. The missions provided me with about one and a half hours of `enjoyment', if that!
I am not generally a multiplayer gamer, but do enjoy a good CoD deathmatch or two. However, I really struggled to find a match to play. Each match I joined either didn't start or kicked me out straight away. I tried this for almost an hour and finally got in to a game.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
good game i was supervised how good the game was for a portable console very good graphics and story.Published 23 days ago by jackashton
I will start by saying this game is not half as good as killzone on the vita, no real campaign and no zombie mode, but my 7yr old son likes the online mode. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kathleen
Brilliant for a Vita port. Online is very addictive like all COD games. I haven't played the campaign mode yet, because I can't stop playing multiplayer mode. Read morePublished 4 months ago by C. jones
It has three game modes: the campaign missions are immersive, it has good multiplayer and in the 'Hostiles' (survival) you can choose from around 5 maps.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer