Reviews and Problems with Call of Duty: Black Ops II
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Take a Break
Vinsent, Game Informer
16 February 2013
Summary: It's just rehashing the same basic formula over and over. I may be a good game, but after SOO many installments of this series, it's completely lost it's touch. I'd either like to see CoD take a break or drastically change things up. Seriously, it's every year with a new release and it's gotten beaten into everyone's heads again. I really tried to enjoy it, but I just couldn't.
Summary: Shortly before Christmas, I finally got my hands on a Wii U deluxe set. It's been a fun time playing games like NintendoLand, New Super Mario and Batman Arkham City, but it was about time I try a newer, possibly more "hardcore" game experience on the new system--you know, just to see how it is. I went with Black Ops II because even though I'm not the biggest Call of Duty fan, I was itching to give the game a try on Wii U.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II Review: An ambitious attempt at a series revolution
Andrew Marcos, Game Informer
29 November 2012
Summary: The Call of Duty series with Treyarch in the developer’s seat has always been hit or miss, and it would be tough to call any of them “revolutionary” in the same manner that Infinity Ward changed the industry with the original and Modern Warfare. Recently, Treyarch has been hard at work making better Call of Duty games, and with Modern Warfare 3 stagnating and avoiding change comes Black Ops II, a game that embraces it by comparison and does things (mostly) right.
Summary: My first WiiU game purchase turned out to be Black Op's 2 and boy was it a pleasant surprise. I won't talk much about the campaign because if you play through CoD campaign's then you already know what to expect here. I encourage people to give it a shot because it is another summer blockbuster type experience. The multiplayer is typical for CoD but with far more custimization and the ability to level up and Prestige faster.
Summary: I'm back once again and I'm going to tell It to you straight with this review no sugar coating. You're going to get everything this time warts and all This review is going to show you the inferior majority what I can really do ,this is going to show that I've surpassed everyone's expectations not just the reviewing publics expectations but also my own.you know it makes sense so relax and read on.oh and don't forget to enjoy. Here it is another outing from C.O.D.
Summary: This is a pretty good port but has no dlc,not many folks playing on-line either. Developers seem to be ignoring the wii u and leaving out extras more and more now. Still,this is a nice version with zombies and bots for off-line play as well as the main campaign. Off tv play is a nice addition too.Worth getting if you see it cheap.
Summary: Nice change from the Wii U games I have 17 levels Probably took less than 8 hours to complete Worth buying? Nope Had Fun? Not Enough Warriors Orochi 3 hyper was a blast Loved Pikman More Wished they better utilized the game pad by putting a map that shows enemies and Items But like most wii u games , the game pad is only another screen
Summary: Amazing cant say other that. Basically PS3 version on Wii U. With the extra control method which is awesome idea. And i ordered Ghosts. Finally a conversion that speaks volumes. Well done. If i have to find fault its getting used the gamepad. so i think i might invest in a controller. Other than that 100% recommended.
Summary: There's a campaign? Sorry multi-player split between game-pad and television is the most fun you'll have with a sub-machine gun ever. Also do I win the competition for the most hyphen's used in a sentence?