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Black Ops II receives Wii U patch

Call of Duty: Black Ops II has been patched on Wii U. (Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Wii U)

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Subzero200  +   824d ago
and the game is still unplayable.
1upgamer99  +   824d ago
Uh, really cause I bought the PS3 game and rented it for my Wii U, and sorry dude, your dead wrong. Textures are a little better on the Wii U and The multi-player with gamepad is far better than split screen Oh yeah and your maps and such on the gamepad alone SO much better. Framerates no prob...So where are you getting this BS that its "Unplayable"?
FarCryLover182  +   824d ago
I don't think subzero is meaning to be negative against the Wii-U, I think he is just being negative to Black Ops 2 (because he hates the game with a furious passion?).

At least this is what I think they meant.
SolidDuck  +   824d ago
Wait are u comparing graphics between a 6 year old system and your supposedly " next gen system". Have fun playing with a whole 200 people online with cod on wii. Oh I mea wii u. Ya I'm sure it has a nice strong online community. Share those friend codes.
QuebecSuperstar  +   824d ago
SolidDuck, one thing you seem to forget is that the Wii U graphics are comparable (sometimes arguably better) to those of the PS3 or the XBOX 360........AT LAUNCH.

Which means that the multiplatform games' graphics those two other consoles managed to produce at the end of their life cycle, the Wii U did on Day One.
dantesparda  +   824d ago
sometimes better!? more like most of the times worst. most of the games run at a lower framerate and are missing grahical features........AT LAUNCH.
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AO1JMM  +   824d ago
^^^ far from unplayable. Stop spreading outright lies.
dantesparda  +   824d ago
the game runs at half the frames it was intended to
AO1JMM  +   823d ago
Wrong!!!!!
sithsylar  +   824d ago
Awesome now i will just plug in my Ethernet cord into the WiiU...... NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
morpha  +   824d ago
okay DONE! works great! its not necessary but I felt like having one so I went and spent the extra $10 on one
HateFanboys  +   824d ago
why didnt they build it in like everybody else does? because they are f-ing cheap! f-ing Nintendo, just like them to always skimp, they are always more worried about saving money/making money for themselves than hooking the consumer up.
SilverBullet129  +   824d ago
You do know that is nothing new with Nintendo. The Wii also didn't have a RJ45 port built in with the Wii, came as a usb addon. Have no idea why people are only now getting mad at this....
chukamachine  +   824d ago
Game is not unplayable, but it's not 60fps.
iGamerZERO  +   824d ago
I've been playing this since WiiU launched ans its just like the 360 version if not better in some ways.....but it needs Nuke Town 2025 ASAP

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