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Submitted by Splitterside 782d ago | review

Call of Duty: Black Ops II Review | GamesFinity.com

Call of Duty: Black Ops II takes place throughout several wars and through the eyes of multiple characters. Most often, it switches from future to past, from character David Mason (codenamed Section), Sergeant Frank Woods, and Alex Mason. Section is the main protagonist through all of the game, although during the flashbacks of Sgt. Woods he’s only there in a handful of cut scenes. The focus is also not only about the good guys, it has a focus on the antagonist. Raul Menendez is the main bad guy here, and he’s crafted perfectly as the quintessential madman seeking revenge. Cutscenes show his personal history and motivations and there’s even a mission where he stars as the playable character. (Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, PC) 8.5/10

KillerBBs  +   781d ago
worst online experiences in a game
truely Some of the worst online experiences I have every had are with this game. Unexcusable Hit detection even on a high speed connection.
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