Black Ops, Another Call of Duty Masterpiece

Another must have release from Activision.

Developed by Treyarch and published by Activision, Call of Duty : Black Ops was released worldwide on November 10 2012.

The game starts with Alex Mason a special-forces soldier strapped into an electric chair, being interrogated. Most of the missions are a series of flashbacks of moments that Mason recalls during the interrogation.

The single-player campaign does a good job of balancing different elements. You spend much of your time running and gunning your way through tight corridors that funnel you in and out of open areas, but you also encounter situations that enable you to take a more skilled approach to combat.

One good example of such a situation is when in a certain level you fight your way through a jungle until you arriving into a shantytown, from there you will have to defend the area from an onslaught.

Throughout many levels you are grouped with two computer controlled allies whose assistance is of utmost importance.

As is common with all Call of Duty Games aiming is a crucial aspect. The Nintendo DS version of the game gives you two options to initiate aiming down the sights. You can double-tap the touch screen or press an icon at the top of the screen. Black Ops on the DS is the best portable Call of Duty yet.

The player uses a wide variety of weapons such as pistols, rifles, machine guns, and explosives to injure/kill enemies. The game is basically a first person shooter in which the player controls a soldier who works for the C.I.A and participates in both apparent and secret events of the Cold War.

This game offers offers amazing enhanced graphics, streaming texture technology, and superior lighting effects.

Call of Duty : Black Ops is available on Windows, Xbox 360,Playstation and Nintendo Ds.

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