Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Call of Duty: Black Ops REVIEW

Black Ops… everyone plays it, but not many people are good. This is an epidemic that is sweeping the world near its feet. Most people I know, with a few exceptions can even get a kill to death ratio of 1 or higher. I know I have a 0.45, which is terrible, in Modern Warfare 2. There is only one person that I actually can remember that is higher than a kill to death ratio of 1. This person has a kill to death ratio of 15.27 in Modern Warfare 2 which is mind blowing.

But anyways, let me get back to the main topic. Again, if you already forgot that main topic is Call of Duty: Black Ops. I do not own Call of Duty: Black Ops. I have been trying to borrow it from someone that I know; I will not point fingers at anyone. But this “reliable” source has been “forgetting to bring it”. Next time I see him, I will demand that he gives me back the game that he borrowed from me which is Assassin’s Creed 2.

I am completely off topic again. Probably the best map in Black Ops is firing range, for domination, or launch for team deathmatch. Yes I know that there are many mixed opinions about both these maps, but you have to admit that they are both really good maps.

However, on the other hand the map known as Jungle is probably the worst map in the game. There must be unanimous agreement on the fact that the map Jungle is terrible, it is literally impossible to get a kill, due to the fact that there are way too many camping spots in this map.

A medium good map is probably WMD. This is in part due to the fact that there are only one or two sniping spots in this whole entire map. Another medium good map is also Grid. The map itself was brilliantly created. This is probably the first and only time that I will say this but “hats off to the maker of this map”.

But the game play in this map is to say “like a needle in a haystack.” It is quite hard to get a grasp of the map.

The actual game play is, on a scale of One through Ten, probably in my opinion, an 8.5. The idea of COD points is a great idea. But a problem with it is you can never actually tell how many points you will be receiving after a finished match. For example, if you get a 1200 score, you might get only 700 cod points one time, but another time you might get 2000. It just is too hard to actually figure out how many you might get directly after the game finishes.

The game of Call of Duty: Black Ops, in my mind was a little bit rushed, if they had waited two to three months, they might have been able to get, maybe a perfect score from me.

Gameplay: 8.5 Graphics: 8 Multiplayer: 9.0 Single Player: 6.5 Overall: 8

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