Summary: Call of Duty's strong point has always been its multiplayer. However, I think that Treyarch has made the most original story line in the Call of Duty series yet, not necessarily the best one, but by far the most unique.
Summary: This game is not worth its current price. Far less, in fact. Beware its fatal flaw - it will lag painfully on computers and despite many patches from Treyarch and plenty of optimizing methods to increase FPS in multiplayer, the game will still freeze frequently.
Epic waste of money that came broke and to this day has yet to be patched correctly.
27 March 2011
Summary: This game could have been the greatest. It certainly looked the part. However, it's so riddled with performance issues, UI bugs and terribly small maps that it was nothing short of the "ultimate scam" from the developer.
Summary: Call of Duty: Black Ops is a poor attempt to keep up with Modern Warfare 2. While the graphics are quite nice they far from make up from the massive amount of problems with the rest of the game.
Summary: Want to know the word that sums this game up in a nutshell? I'll give it to you: Stutter. I have a fairly midrange system consisting of an AMD X2 7750BE, Radeon 4850, and 4 gigs of RAM. Since my PC exceeds the recommended system requirements, one would assume that I would be able to run the game.
Summary: I'm a little disappointed that the Call of Duty franchise has hit a point in the series' history where any subpar developer can slap the words "Call of Duty" on the front cover and it will become the most successful selling game of all time.