Call of Duty: Black Ops Review

After the success of almost indecent Modern Warfare 2 and then the big quarrel between the developer Infinity Ward and publisher Activision, the other studio that takes care of the Call of Duty series seems determined to impress, and to truly capture the license. Probably tired of being often regarded as second fiddle only able to fill the holes until the "real" Call of Duty Infinity Ward, the little guy from Treyarch have finally hit their stride, developed to compete on equal with the masters. It should be easy to have the pressure of knowing that the previous title in the series for which work has sold 20 million copies, something incredible. And it should be tasteful dish to see how the study has achieved this feat within the same company as you, it dissolves slowly through an intersection of controversial statements raising a dust as rarely seen in video game industry. And to make matters worse is a belief very famous among the gaming community and within the press that the deliveries you've made so far fall short of those of another study.

Call of Duty: Black Ops take us back to the 60s at the beginning of U.S. Special Forces. The action chases quite a few characters; excluding it is the story of Alex Mason, a CIA agent who finished up in a Soviet labor camp. Following the fiasco of the Bay of Pigs, he was imprisoned by Fidel Castro earlier than being delivered into the hands of a sinister villain named Nikita Dragovich. After making all deliveries within the framework of the Second World War, Treyarch the leaves to remove the action to the Cold War years, in the case of the game from 1961 to 1968, although with some surprise when a little away time, and that forces us to bite our tongue to keep from spoiling.

We may be intensely embedded behind opponent lines, the writers are doing their best to fail to remember any stereotype, as we jump from moving vans on trains hurtling at high speed, we descend river by boat meandering through the jungle listening to the Stones, and we silently infiltrate positions of communications deported mountainside. The Cold War lasted from the end of World War II (1945) until the fall of communism that took place between 1989 and 1991 with the fall of the Berlin Wall and the closing stages of the Soviet Union was known as an ideological conflict flanked by capitalism and communism, although it had connotations of all kinds: political, economic, technological and military course.

The circumstance is very rich for a video game as exposed in this and it is curious that few have dared to address this conflict, cannot help thoughts of the great Metal Gear Solid 3 did so with entire mastery. The longevity and diversity of the contestants in the conflict create the game have varied and attractive locations, from Cuba to the USSR, even though having a superior percentage of time in the Vietnam War, very protagonist in Black Ops and which was rumored

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