Product-Reviews writes: According to our readers people would much prefer to see Black Ops 2 in 2012 than World at War 2 - how about you?
I dont know really :/ I feel like world war 2 has been done to many times, even tho WAW is my favorite cod. I would say 2012 is a better choice
I say BLACK OPS 2! Black ops is in my opinion a far better and balanced game then MW2/3 or MW2/2.5 lol. Treyarc >>> 50% of iw/sledgehammer games.
for the online it doesn't really matter weather its ww2 or black ops 2, it only really matters when it comes down to single player. I liked waw's campaign much more than BO's random jumping around from mission to mission and jumping in enemy helicopter that you just know how to fly. They should stick to a realistic war or go back to ww2. the ww2 games were good.
no dedi servers= NO SALE
The next Cod game should come out in 2014
Activision investors would not be happy with that kind of schedule for the game. Needs moar cash cow milking!. quecowmoopicture.jpg
Black Ops was technically WAW 2 if you want to talk story wise.
I'd prefer WAW 2...I want Treyarch to stick to the nam, korea & ww2 based games, as why the hell do we need 2 development teams at the same company, making identical type games, in identical modern day settings, with identical modern day weapondry... I don't care if Treyarch take there series back to some untouched WW2 battles, to tell the truth. It would also be wicked to see them do a better version of the D-Day landing than MOH:Frontline did so perfectly last gen. It would also be nice if Treyarch went back to MOH for PS1,etc & looked at some of the gameplay elements that made that game so fricken great, & appeal to more than just the shooter heads in us...It had awesome elements to the campaign that EA & Activision & every other developer since, seems to have just ignored, brushed aside, in favour of straight out, no brains shoot-a-thons.
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