Here's some new leaked gameplay footage from Call of Duty: Black Ops including the Zombie-mode. Check the link for more videos.
First off. In the first video like 43 seconds in. He goes to shoot a guy, he randomly jumps ten feet and knifes him....wtf? That being said, I give it till morning before all the videos read "removed by Activision due to copyright"
Zero innovation, zero change, zero anything. Same old CoD... might as well just stick to MW2. Or you know.. become a sheep and pay the $60 that will count towards Kotick's next yacht.
Please use your brain and upload the apparently "illegal" video to a website other than Youtube, deleting 534863541631 other clips of the same game in 3 days should give you a pretty good f'ing idea not to do the same.
These videos are not new or leaked -- they're old and were officially released. Also, I didn't see any Zombie footage.
Why does this say new? They are certainly not new...
Because on N4G there's no news moderation. Sites use their staff to approve their own stories and no matter how much you report it, it still hits the frontpage.
I'm suprised you don't get rewarded with points for surviving a fall, you seem to get them for near enough everything else. +100 you got a kill. +50 headshot, nice, why don't you join the army. +250 scratched your balls AND got a kill, multitasking like a pro. +50 reloaded your weapon. +75 you died.
lmao and there is indeed an XP reward if you survive a fall of 10 feet or something.. lol but hey getting a kill while scratching my balls would indeed deserve 250 xp
I got XP in MW2 for falling off the Highrise building to my death :-/
people like being rewarded, no matter what. so if you reward people for literally everything, they keep coming back it motivates them and makes them feel like they are engaged and gives them the "illusion" that they are getting something out of them game so like you said, 50+ for scratching a guy with a bullet, +75 for surviving 5 mintues, + 10 for picking up a bit of ammo, + 100 points and a special attack for killing 5 guys without dying (woohoo) its a cheap yet effective way of keeping people playing: rewarding, its what humans crave, no matter how small the effort for the reward is =) ps. I'm not bashing the game, thats just how they made it, if you disagree with me, you are disagreeing with the actual psychological mechanic of the recent COD's.
Looks too much like MW2 to me so I wont be picking this up did not like MW2 online ill stick to my Reach BFBC2 and MoH. Im sure the game will be one of the biggest sellers this year though alot of people seem to like this game.
yeah unfortunately your right, didnt like mw2, didnt like moh considering its just like bc2 so ill stick with the one thats alot more fun bc2. cod wont be getting anymore of my money, i new mw2 was a waste of money, saw it a mile away. hate it when im right
i want to know is why can treyarch; such a bad developer to alot of ppl, make realy good port over to the ps3 but other devs cant like ninja theory and bethesda? can someone ansewer that? and if its because they dont port it over, they make it spacificly for the ps3 then how come a dev can make a smooth runing game for 4 platforms in 2 but a AAA highend dev (R*) cant maket the same game on both systems in 5 years
jetpacks and mind controlling powers ingame?!? its about the only thing it needs to be a sci-fi shooter /s
B. Bad Company2 is realistic, more than this, but we need more maps!
love the helicopter footage. dude just holding down the trigger button and spraying to the hearts content in hoping for a cheap ass kill, definite use of skill there. that has got to be patched up to overheat or something or be very hard to get or its gonna be a huge problem. from everything I have seen so far, it appears that I will more than likely play this online the same way I did Mod Warfare 2 and thats against friends only. Does anyone know if the 3rd person view is returning?
where are the zombies?
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