Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Call of Duty: Black Ops Review

Call of Duty Black Ops
Call of Duty Black Ops is a 7th installment of the Call of Duty series developed by Treyarch and published by Activision. Call of Duty Black Ops is a first-person shooting game for PlayStation3, Wii, Xbox 360 and for PC. It is a sequel to the developer's previous title in the series, Call of Duty World at War. Call of Duty Black Ops releases on November 9, 2010 all over the world.

Playing the role of a foot soldier, you can access to various firearms carring explosives to fight against enemies. Gamers can also able to play various characters during the single-player campaign. In a single-player campaign you have to conduct black operations behind enemy lines. Each mission features a series of objectives that are displayed on the heads-up display, which marks the direction and distance towards and from such objectives.

There are many new features added to multiplayer mode. Create-a-Class 2.0 allows you to enhanced apprearance items and upgrade perks. A currency system allows you to buy weapons, cloths and accessories.Wager Match is composed of four game modes in which gamers can gamble with their COD Points. Gamers can purchase time limited objectives Contracts, to gain more currency and experience points. For the first time in the series, clips from online gameplay can be recorded. Online split screen is available for PS3 and Xbox 360. This is also the first Call of Duty title to include the voice chat feature for the Wii.

Talking about graphics of the game, its is bit disapointed. You will feel something is not going right with graphics during playing a game. Textures also take some time to load. Enemies and soldiers act  little silly some times. All in all Call of Duty Black Ops is a great game for multiplayers with loadz of new feature available but single player have some flaws. I personally enjoyed multiplayer more than single player.


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