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Submitted by peteonline 693d ago | review

Black Ops 2 "Revolution Map Pack" DLC Review | The Controller Online

The Controller Online writes:

"The first piece of DLC, the Revolution Map Pack, for Call of Duty Black Ops 2 was released for the Xbox 360 yesterday (PS3 and PC Coming Soon) and it brings four new multiplayer maps, one new Zombies map, one new Zombies mode and one new weapon. Not having new DLC released each month, like with Modern Warfare 3, is a little weird, so hopefully Treyarch are going to bring us some great new content to make up for the extra wait this time around. Let’s take a look at what we get in the Revolution Map Pack." (Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

KillerBBs  +   693d ago
Not worth it because hit detection is still crappy!
Can't dress up this pig!
Why is hit detection better in Space Invaders than BO2, and Space Invaders was made over 30 years ago 1978.
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ambientFLIER  +   692d ago
...no

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