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When I first saw Black Ops and the previews, I'll admit that I was unimpressed.
I could only imagine Modern Warfare 2 and World at War mixed together i.e. Nothing new, repetitive.Everyone knew that Infinity Ward were better at Call of Duty than anyone else, and Black Ops is a Treyarch production.I bought the game yesterday as it was on offer (£27.99). I thought, everyone else had got it so why not?I was pleasantly surprised when I started playing the multiplayer: this game is actually fun.
What can I say?
The guns are all balanced, as are the maps.
There's very little "Noobtubing," but that's probably because no-one wants a repeat of Mw2.
Some people are saying that the new COD Points system is good, and I would have to agree. Your weapon attachments and killstreaks are no longer determined by your level, or how long you've played the game, which makes an overall balanced experience which is fun for all.
Even better, I'm usually a PC player, so imagine my surprise when I find out that I'm actually not too bad at this game: its fit for newcomers to the series.
Zombies are back. 'Nuff said.
I haven't played much of the singleplayer, but what I have played is fun too.
This game is very good, and I recommend you buy it. It really is a case of don't judge something without playing it first. Obviously this game still won't be for everyone, so go ahead and read reviews, and borrow the game before going through with buying it.