Worth Playing: "Despite all of these changes in Call of Duty: Black Ops II, the single- and multiplayer aspects can't quite shake the feeling of déjà vu. On the other hand, it's the same experience that many players have known since Infinity Ward's Modern Warfare. It's a consistent, if not innovative or groundbreaking, formula: a fresh campaign, new multiplayer maps and tweaks, and a presentation that doesn't bug out. At the same time, it's also as disappointing to see Treyarch's bold steps weighed down by sticking so closely to that consistency. It dulls the daring risks that they've taken to keep Activision's titan alive and kicking."