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Submitted by Lavalamp 804d ago | review

Call of Duty: Black Ops II: Uprising Review | Canadian Online Gamers

Canadian Online Gamers: "There is no question I consider myself a Call of Duty fan, but I am no longer that hardcore online CoD gamer I was once as I find I just don’t have the time to prestige my character over and over like I did in the past. This being said, I found the new multiplayer maps to be good bang for the buck. Those that enjoy slaying zombies will also enjoy what ‘Mob of the Dead’ has to offer. The Uprising DLC is certainly not the most innovative piece of DLC we have seen from Activision, but it certainly follows a successful formula and manages to bring in enough new to the table to keep the CoD faithful happy until the next batch of new maps drop." (Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 80/100

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