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Now don't get me wrong, Call of Duty: Black Ops is quite the package. An impressive and elaborate single-player campaign, Fast-paced and exciting multi-player, and the always-addictive zombies mode. However, there's something missing from this Cold War entry in the famous FPS franchise. For example, the multi-player was good, but only good. It doesn't quite compare with Infinity Ward's Modern Warfare series. Matches seem to be rather intense, and only the players with well-developed reflexes can enjoy it. Zombies feels very complicated (at first). The more you play Zombies, the better you become and the more accustomed you become to the features. I really don't have anything bad to say about the campaign. Unlike previous entries, Black Ops doesn't rely on explosions and gore (even though you see some of that). The Black Ops campaign has a very intriguing story to it, and the ending is no let-down (it even teases a sequel). Overall, Black Ops (though no award-winner) is a satisfying entry in the famed CoD franchise. You won't be disappointed.
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