More than any other franchise, Call of Duty has dominated this console generation. When most people think of the series, however, they don't think of the handheld versions. After a fairly average debut on the PSP in 2007 , Activision hopes to strike gold with Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified on Sony's flagship handheld, the PlayStation Vita. All of the pieces of the puzzle are here: a handheld with two analog sticks, a brand name that people will recognize, and an online infrastructure to support on the go frag-fests. Unfortunately for both the fans and Activation, Declassified is not a good game. It feels like a slap in the face with a lackluster and thrown-together story, average multiplayer mode, and high price.