The lights are on
Nihilistic, the developers behind Resistance: Burning Skies for Vita, showed off footage from Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified with the game's first trailer.
The single-player campaign bridges the story gaps between Black Ops and Black Ops II, and the multiplayer experience will offer all the stuff you know from the console releases like perks, Prestige levels, create-a-class, etc. You will also be able to use the touch-screen to perform melee attacks.
Declassified is a Vita exclusive, and is on track to release the game in November.
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Meh. Good for Vita I suppose, but as a title on it's own with the other CoDs, not so much...
Nihilistic is making this.... ish.
How is it that this doesn't even look as good as Call of Duty 4?
Oh well. Guess we're going to have to rely on Killzone, which looks beautiful on the Vita.
Everything about this game looks unappealing.
Eh, I'm hoping actual gameplay footage will look better than this. I won't cross it off my list yet.
http://tinyurl.com/luckygrip . . . .