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Call Of Duty: Black Ops Review


Call of Duty: Black Ops makes me feel like Activision is ripping me off. Just a little.

That’s not to say that Black Ops, released almost one year to the day after its predecessor, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, isn’t an improved game, because it is in a lot of great ways. But it doesn’t feel like a new game. It tweaks things and packs in some great new additions, but it also plays almost exactly like MW2, especially when it comes the games’ multiplayer modes.

And while the single player campaigns of the two games offer some very different experiences, neither campaign is large enough or especially engaging enough to warrant your paying full price for both of them. So in that sense, Black Ops feels like the yearly update of a sports game franchise. Yes, there are some changes and on the whole, things in Black Ops are better — but are they $60 better? Probably not.

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