Black Ops 2 review
The annual release of Black Ops rolls around again, and to try and make things fresh we find ourselves battling terrorists in the near future, as well as the immediate past cold war era. We return to Alex Mason, the hero of the first Black Ops, and journey through the creation of the story's main enemy, Raul Menendez, the leader of Cordis Die, a acktivist organisation with sinister motives. We battle through Africa, Afghanistan, and Panama. Then, as David Mason, Alex's son, we battle in the near future through Burma, Pakistan and the Cayman Islands, Yemen and Haiti. Oh, and also on the huge USS Obama.
All in all I believe the BO2 campaign is a brand new genre of game mode itself because of the ability to change your weapon class, the incredible map size and the perspective of a future war by using real world facts. Along with a killer campaign BO2 is stocked with a multiplayer with all new kill streaks, weapons and weapon attachments. The multiplayer allows you to make your own weapon layout of the most high tech guns out there; set with grenades, tomahawks, C4, mines, and flash bangs.You can invite and play with your friends or play with others from around the world. I'm not a big fan of multiplayer fan myself but BO2 made me think again.
As in the first Black ops there is a zombies mode with all new maps weapon grenades Easter eggs and wunder weapons which are the most powerful guns in the game. Some things that have been added are a ability to upgrade your weapon multiple times, store your money and weapons in the game so you can use them the next time you play, and a bus that lets you travel around the map. The black ops 1 zombies plot is carried on to BO2 to show the earth in shamble after suffering a missile explosion that you sent from the moon. As a zombies fan I was very much satisfied with treyarch's work and can't wait till they release another.
In conclusion BO2 was a great game and I am very glad I was able to play it.