The lights are on
I'm most likely going to buy it, but I'm not going to play the campaign, I just wish they would stop making campaign so they could focus on making a kick ass multiplayer, that's the only reason people are actually playing the game, and if people want a good campaign they should play something else entirely.
I agree with you because I think that the more futuristic stuff should stay with the Modern Warfare series whereas Black ops should stay like in the 20's - the 80's. so yea
It's seems okay. But I think that this is just another entry in the "tried and true" formula. Can't say much until I try the game but I'm not gonna hold my breath.
Well Call of Duty is the Quintessential FPS game to may (at least in my experience). I think that Treyarch is much more Innovative than Activision ; in the way that it seems to try to produce a new CoD that features elements of the franchise we all are familiar with and enjoy, while adding new types of game play. While I certainly not completely behind the idea that drones should be more active in the Black Ops 2 game play; I think that we should at least remain open minded to the idea of changes within the typical CoD online format. After all if we didn't then such a dramatic change from the World War 2 game play of CoD to the Modern War experience would have never been possible.
If you're still curious, check out this blog. Covers pretty much everything new that BO2 brings to the table.
Been There, Done That - Real Life Military Gamers
To be honest I do like the multiplayer but I'm mostly into Black Ops for the Zombies.
the same as the last 2 call of duty games.