James Waymire writes:
"Variety is the spice of life. When it comes to modern day shooters, this usually comes across in terms of being able to customize your in game character to your play style. Since Call of Duty: Modern Warfare was released around six years ago, many shooters have started following a more RPG style system for character customization. Each release of Call of Duty has brought with it different tweaks to how you can build out your own character and make them more fully fit your particular play style. With the release of Black Ops 2, the franchise has taken both some steps forward as well as a step or two back. While there are many more customization options than in previous installments, they have also removed some of the new systems introduced in Modern Warfare 3 that will definitely be missed by the community. This series of articles will focus on the multiplayer aspects of the game as I am not a Campaign or Co-Op type player most of the time. I live for the competition that comes with multiplayer game modes, so that is where I spend 90% of my game time."