Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified
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Developer: nStigate Games
Content Rating: Mature
Before the future could be won, history had to be written. Exposing that story exclusively on the PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system, Call of Duty® Black Ops: Declassified explores original fiction in the Call of Duty® Black Ops universe with an all-new campaign of Special Ops missions. Optimized for gamers on-the-go, Call of Duty Black Ops: Declassified delivers the most intense handheld Call of Duty experience to date, including both Special Ops Story mode and Multiplayer combat tailored for the PS Vita.
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With a shockingly brief single-player campaign, and an enjoyable but inconsistent multiplayer mode, your enjoyment of Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified will depend almost entirely on your desire for a portable entry in Activision's blockbuster series. The title delivers a satisfactory first-person experience, but falls seriously short in substance. Sony Cambridge will, in all probability, better this effort in virtually every area with its forthcoming
As a $50 videogame bearing the name of the biggest franchise of the generation, this putrid pile of garbage disgusts me. It's an unforgivable cheapening of the brand and a mark of total disrespect to the fans who'll be suckered into buying it. Low on content, high on rookie mistakes and amateurish design, Black Ops: Declassified is an insult to pretty much everybody and everything in the videogame industry. erything in the videogame industry.
Call of Duty Black Ops: Declassified doesn't just lack a story—it lacks an attempt at a story. It doesn't just lack good multiplayer stages; it lacks stages. It doesn't just have a few occasional bugs; it has entirely too many gltiches, disconnections, and crashes—though I must admit, seeing a chopper spawn inside a house is good for a few laughs.