Do the new gameplay additions to Black Ops II make it the best Call of Duty ever of a big disappointment?
7 - Good: 7s are very fun that has solid appeal. It has obvious issues that stick out, but can still be enjoyable by anyone.
"Stuttering" Craig Skistimas - Owner/Dude Who Makes Things Go
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*Activision provided a copy of Black Ops II for review on the Xbox 360.
Yeah well in that case sounds more reasonable!
Yeah, lol. I usually don't buy Cod-games but i liked Black ops 1 so...
Cheaper? when you realized to buy it there will be a MW4 on the next corner....
I am not that involved into the cod series, it's not a diehard game for me. Eitherway, I bet this looks promising, but nah... They only sell for the name... Future Soldier kicked ass in some ways that completely forgot about the other shooter, excepting halo and gow3
This review is hilarious.
Holy hell did that game ruin the series. Also dat connection errors all year.
I´ll probably buy in it a few months or so when It´s a bit cheaper... I feel it would be worth paying for but when at a discount or something... Oh wait, Whats that?, You get to play with just a knife and a bunch of perks? And there´s invisibility? That is so cool!
You just can't condemn Black Ops 2 in comparison to the other sequels especially to MW3 last year which had absolutely nothing new, just a few tweaks. This title brings so many innovations to the franchise especially in the long deserved single player.
maaaaah I'm still thinking to buy it... I prefer a million times Ghost recon future soldier than this
I'll probably just rent this game and play through the campaign once or twice depending on how long it is. At least this time they tried some new things. Also I'm a sucker for future settings.
i think i'll try this game
This title at least had some originality behind it.
It's good to know they at least TRIED to innovate with this title.
I've only played the first Strike Force mission so far and I was getting upset because my soldiers kept dying and I didn't realize I was getting re-enforcement's. Hah. I think the the mission would work better if you didn't have to hold down the directional buttons and you could quickly cycle through soldiers. I felt like by the time I selected the Soldier/Machine I wanted to control it was pretty much too late.
It's been a few years since I picked up a Call of Duty game. I've played through the campaign modes at friends house's but I was mostly unimpressed. But I picked this game up and I have to say it's a lot of fun. The future setting just does it for me. They also changed up the formula a bit and it feels a lot more refreshing than past entries.
Well this is a surprise, considering how big a fan Craig was of Black Ops 1...
This is a rental for me, I was so disappointed in BO1 that I don't want to spend a lot of money on these games. The problem is that I really wanted to like Black Ops but it was just the same old thing to me. I would get bored in the middle of a firefight and eventually got to a point in the game when I would just run past everyone I could just to finish the game faster and be done with it. I've long since given up on the multiplayer since it's all the same crap: ugly people on the mic, people who spend way too much time on the game, and lots of BS due to perks or whatever else. Zombies? Meh. Of all the COD games with a zombie mode I've only ever been on one or two teams that actually tried to work together to advance.
If BO2 really does mix it up, that's great. I'm actually kind of interested in this now, but only kind of. If my cousin that I'm going to see over Thanksgiving has it then I'll play his copy. If not then I'll get it on Redbox. But until then, I'm not losing any sleep over this.