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When you think of a FPS game the first thing that comes to your mind is well, Call of Duty. Whether that is good or bad Call of Duty has shaped the gaming community and the world. It really exploded with the release of Modern Warfare. At the time, Halo was the biggest contender and it still is now. However, as time has gone on Call of Duty has taken many Halo fans by swarm . At first I was a Halo fan myself. Then when I purchased Modern Warfare 2 just to see what everyone was talking about after Modern Warfare, I instantly became hooked. I finished the campaign on the day I got it. The next day I finished it on veteran, Then I dived into multiplayer.
The multiplayer was so much more in depth than Halo. Not only could I run, but there were so many different unique game modes. I tried to play as many as I could. The other thing that was so intriguing was the fact that as I progressed throughout the game I could unlock new things like, guns, equipment, and perks. Shortly after getting the feel of the much smaller close-quarter maps, I began to get better. I also, began to set goals. The first of these was to prestige. Then I had to do it again. And again. I did this all the way until I reached 10th prestige. I couldn't believe I had spent this much time on one video game. So, i took a break. However, within a few weeks I just felt like I had to ply again.
That was when Black Ops came out. Again, I played the campaign first and then the multiplayer. The campaign was great but I felt that the multiplayer was dull and lacked the same vibe that Modern Warfare 2 had. There was another mode that I had heard was also good... zombies. But when I played zombies I became bored easily and the lighting in the game was terrible. This left me with uncertainty. Had Call of Duty lost it? Was Treyarch going to make another average game?
I had long awaited Black Ops 2. It was definitely worth the wait. The campaign is again, amazing. It incorporates the new feature of multiple endings and how your actions throughout the game affect the end result. The multiplayer is also good, Although it doesn't seem to have the sane feel as Modern Warfare or Modern Warfare 2, it combines the best of both Black Ops and Modern Warfare into one great experience. The zombies is tremendously better, with a new feature where a run down school bus travels in a circle throughout a gigantic map dropping you off at different parts of a city. This gives you more than just the same setting the entire game.
Overall, this game is one that old time Call of Duty fans will enjoy due to it's new ingenious features as well as new buyers because of the intricate plot and online experiences. This game is surely one to put on your holiday wish list if you haven't got it already.
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