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Call of Duty: Black Ops II [Standard edition] (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 18 and Over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
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Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard Edition
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  • ASIN: B009VZ5AGE
  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 109 g
  • Release Date: 13 Nov. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (496 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,106 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform:PlayStation 3  |  Edition:Standard Edition

Product Description

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.

About the Developer: Treyarch

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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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard Edition Verified Purchase
Nuketown 2025 the map is free on playstation and xbox 360.
I have both of them and they play great, great classic maps always plenty of people in the lobby.
PS3 version is best because it is free to play online, this game has really kept its price and not dropped like a lot of other games.

I really like this game especially the nuketown map, I've also played black ops declassified in ps vita, that has the nuketown map too.
5 out of 5 stars for me, keeps lots of people quiet in the house when they play call of duty.
Add my psn for online play SICK0---ZER0
Good value for money
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard Edition
Let me start by saying I strongly disagree with all of the negative reviews.
I am an honest gamer who plays a variety of games and honestly I am very impressed with this game, it is a lot of fun and has a decent amount of content to keep you entertained.
I will break up this review into sections of campaign, multi-player and zombies with pros and cons for each.

Campaign Pros:
1. Fun gameplay - with a variety of weapons to use.
2. Decision making - that can impact the story and ending, makes you want to replay the campaign.
3. Story - that is interesting with flashbacks with characters from Black ops 1

Campaign Cons:
1. Short - will take you under 5 hours to complete
2. Glitches - like a knife glitch that will make your knife miss all the enemies even if you are right up close to them.
3. Characters - are a bit boring so you don't focus on them too much.

Multi-player Pros:
1. Customization - which has limitless options for you to create your perfect beasting class.
2. Maps - are varies and fun apart from 2 or 3
3. Combat Training - that puts you up against bots so you can practice
4. Lots of Game modes - so you have lots of different things to play
5. Emblem Creator - you can create an emblem that will appear to enemies after you kill them.

Multi-player Cons:
1. Lag - it is usually in abundance and can annoy you
2. Overpowered weapons - that people use than can kill you in just 2-3 shots
3. Cheaters/hackers - really will piss you off and there are a LOT of them

Zombies Pros:
1. Tranzit which is a big open map with lots of easter eggs to discover including Nacht Der UnToten the first zombie map from World at War
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard Edition Verified Purchase
i'll start by saying that every time a call of duty games is released, i always feel drawn to play them. in my humble opinion, Call of duty modern warfare 1&2 and world at war are my favorite games, simply because they were original titles with phenomenal atmosphere as well as other aspects. I never understood why people have fan boy wars with Call of duty and battlefield, if a game looks great i'll play it, people shouldn't limit themselves to a certain game because of some self righteous gamer rep that they feel they have to live up to. but enough of that, this is my call of duty black ops 2 review. lets begin.

The good.

the story of the game is surprisingly good, or at least intriguing in parts, we get to see old characters return as well as new ones, the graphics of the game are actually better than black ops, in black ops, they looked to shiny, but black ops 2 they were more sharp.the so-called antagonist menendez is extremely well developed, his back story is well crafted and executed confidently, it was one of the things that kept me playing through the campaign. zombies mode is pretty cool, with the new mode tranzit, players are able to find parts according to the blueprints and build that said part to progress and riding a bus to you're next destination. my overall thoughts on campaign would have to be 5/10. i apologize for the lack of detail, im trying my best not spoil anything.

the bad

its really hard to explain the bad, mostly because it has been covered in the previous games so i'll just list all of the problems: the glitches, suicidal A.I, tedious level designs(some of the future missions dragged on to long).
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard Edition
Firstly, to provide some context I have been consistently playing first person shooter (FPS) games since owning the original Playstation back in '96, including all COD titles to date. This game is probably the most annoying of them all.

I bought this game, as do the majority of gamers, for the online multiplayer gameplay - as this is the focus of the review.

Firstly I will get the brief pros of the game out of the way:

1) A high level of weapon customisation is allowed, including substituting your secondary weapon for more attachments on your primary or extra perks using the wildcards;
2) Graphics, whilst much the same a previous CODs are pretty smooth and decent for a "realistic" FPS during most gameplay;
3) Unlike the MW COD titles, there is a game type that enables you to play / practice multiplayer against computer simulations (bots) - this is good to pass the time if you cannot get online for any reason, or if your PS3 keeps crashing (discussed later).

Now the cons:

1) The lag on this game is ridiculous. To those that claim there is no lag, I am simply very jealous. There has always been an element of lag with COD titles, but here it is terrible, inconsistent and most of the time effectively makes the game unplayable. One game I can be an absolute superstar (presumably because I am benefitting from the lag of others) and then I will have days when I can kill virtually nothing.

I started to think maybe I was just incredibly rubbish at this game, so I started counting my hitmarkers (indications of when my bullets hit the enemy) and then watching all my killcams. More often then not I would hit an enemy between 6-12 times and then die.
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