Call Of Duty Black Ops Game
COD Black Ops Review: The Call of Duty franchise has been around for a several years. Announced on April 30, 2010, Black Ops is the series’ seventh installment, and the sequel to an earlier release: World at War. The game is immensely popular, selling more than 7 million copies in its first day breaking the record of its predecessors. COD Black Ops Game: When playing Black Ops you play as Alex Mason. This is a soldier in the game that is interrogated for actions on a previous mission. During this time Alex has amnesia and is unable to appropriately answer the questions being asked.
Throughout the game there are many flashbacks to help provide the storyline. This shows that he is attempting to remember what had happened previously. People who have played this game have responded positively to the storyline. There were great twists that the player did not see coming which makes the game very enjoyable. It also had a solid finale that leaves the player feeling satisfied with the game. Call of Duty Black Ops Game: The Call of Duty Franchise is immensely famous for the multi-player aspects of its games. Black Ops multi-player style is somewhat similar to the previous Call of Duty release, Modern Warfare 2. However, a large difference between the two games is that Black Ops introduced the concept of Call of Duty game points. These game points will earn you extra perks for your weapons, unlock kill streak bonuses, unlock emblems, etc.
New weapons and modes are unlocked by leveling up and by gaining experience points. The game points are used similar to money, once you spend the points you will not be able to get it back. A Black Ops game mode that was not in Modern Warfare 2 is the Wager Match mode.
This mode is designed for the more adventurous gamer. In this mode, the players will bet Call of Duty points on the outcome of the match, the person that wins earns extra large amounts of points. However, this type of match is especially risky as it requires a large amount of COD points to buy in. This new focus on Call of Duty points is not without style. Once a gamer enters a match, there are numerous dynamic elements in the match that will change every time a gamer enters, which makes it ideal for increased re-playability. For instance, alternative locations are unlocked, target placements change, etc. Also, there is a contract system which the player can follow to earn addition points. For the standard game types, try Free For All, Team Death-match, Headquarters, Domination, and Search and Destroy.
Also, for gamers whom have reached level 50, he or she can use the Prestige-Mode. The Prestige Mode further unlocks extra rewards and challenges.