Excerpt: Call of Duty: Black Ops for the DS doesn't surprise in the graphics department. It's a 3D shooter that reminds you more of Wolfenstein 3D than, well, Call of Duty . It still gets the point across, there's just not much in the way of detail.
Excerpt: It's never easy having a big brother, someone older and beefier who seems to get all the attention. For an FPS title, siblings don't come any larger than Call of Duty: Black Ops - this year's Moby Dick of the Three S's: Shooting, Stabbing, and Shouting.
Summary: All the features in the world can't save a game that's not fun to begin with.
Pros: Lots of control options (for the shooter levels), Lots of single and multiplayer content
Cons: And still repeatedly dying because of the slow aiming, Having to memorize level layouts and enemy placement, Muddy graphics and pixelated enemies at any distance, Takes a lot of effort to get online and stay there, Vehicular sequences
Excerpt: The Call of Duty franchise has been on Nintendo's handheld console for a few years now. Yet more often than not, the DS game is overshadowed by the success of its big brother on the next generation consoles.
Conclusion: Call Of Duty: Black Ops will take you behind enemy lines as a member of an elite special forces unit enganging in covert warfase, classified operations, and explosive conflicts across the globe.
Excerpt: Call of Duty: Black Ops on DS doesn't attempt to perfectly recreate the experience found on the console version of the game. Instead it takes key plot points and mission locations and carves its own low-polygon vision of them.
Summary: Não há dúvida de que Black Ops é o melhor Call of Duty para o DS. Mesmo com algumas arestas para aparar, o jogo faz bonito e não decepciona os fãs da série. O título consegue traduzir com muita propriedade todos os elementos clássicos da franquia: campanha empolgante, controles refinados e...