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Submitted by Soldierone 755d ago | review

Call of Duty: Blacks Ops 2 (PushStartSelect Review) Fixing What Was Broken

PushStartSelect: "People can hate Call of Duty all they want, but the sales the games receive say there is something special about the franchise. It’s pure fun, and nothing more. However I wasn’t too fond of Modern Warfare 3, and I won’t use this as a time to bash the game, but I was open to start hating Black Ops 2. I will say I was extremely afraid of playing Black Ops 2. I was afraid it would suck like Modern Warfare 3, and I was afraid my anti-FPS mood was in full effect after disliking Medal of Honor: Warfighter. We have gotten a copy of Black Ops 2 and I will gladly say I was wrong. Black Ops 2 fixes so many things that I never even thought were broken in the original series. The best part is it took a lot of the useless added features of Modern Warfare 3 and tossed them out the door, then brought it back in in the perfect way." (Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360) 9/10

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