Excerpt: Call of Duty has finally made its much anticipated debut on the PS Vita with Black Ops Declassified and we’ve been spending some time with the title to see if it is worth the hefty price tag which is just slightly less than it’s big brother Black Ops 2 on the PS3 and Xbox 360.
Summary: I feel I owe Nihilistic Software (now nStigate Games) an apology. After I had reviewed Resistance: Burning Skies , I thought it was a terrible game developer with no talent, no ambition, and no resources. Burning Skies ' quality was such that I truly believed we were dealing with a bad studio.
Summary: Even if you can ignore the non-stop technical problems, Call of Duty's first PS Vita adventure is not worth taking. The single-player campaign is pathetically short, the multiplayer is broken and the visual presentation is below par.
Review: Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified is big letdown for Vita owners
17 November 2012
Excerpt: The Vita needed a savior and Call of Duty Black Ops Declassfied is far from it. Instead of having a polished Call of Duty experience on the go, we got a rushed, overpriced and generally frustrating gaming experience. At its core, Declassified works quite well.