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Call of Duty: Black Ops

Call of Duty: Black Ops

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Developer(s):

Treyarch n-Space Activision

Publisher(s):

Activision

Release Date:

11/9/2010

Genre(s):

Adventure Shooter FPS
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The biggest action series of all time returns. Call of Duty: Black Ops is an entertainment experience that will take you to conflicts across the globe, as elite Black Ops forces fight in the deniable operations and secret wars that occurred under the veil of the Cold War. The hallmark intensity of Call of Duty returns with an epic single-player campaign that takes players deep behind enemy lines as an elite Black Ops soldier engaging in covert warfare, classified operations, and explosive conflicts across the globe.

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I've played on different platforms. PS3 is my favorite. Good game. Hours of fun!
88

I remember getting this game right when it came out, just because everyone else was. Well, needless to say, I'm glad I did. I love it and all the other COD games!
80

Some hardware limitations and online issues keep it from being the ideal experience many fans crave, but the plethora of control methods along with the enjoyable gameplay and captivating story make it a game that people must try at least once.
89

Few games offer value for money like this. [Christmas 2010, p.50]
72

A short campaign which is never spectacular and never very clever, but always solid enough. [Feb 2011, p.99]
84

Its duffer solo moments are masked by imaginative and visual whizz-band-fizz. [Jan 2011, p.100]
68

This score will likely come as a shock to many, but this game suffers from pathetic frame rates at times, both on console and on PC.
90

Call of Duty: Black Ops still represents one hell of a hefty package. It's bursting with hundreds of hours of entertainment that caters to every conceivable configuration of gamer out there, be they an adversarial gamer, a co-op connoisseur or a staunch offline soloist. [January 2011 p60]
83

Even with some mistakes, it's clear that Treyarch is no longer a supporting role in Call of Duty.
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