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Activision's juggernaut first-person shooter returns for its annual assault on the bad guys with a focus on clandestine operations and deniable missions in Call of Duty: Black Ops. Developed by franchise veteran Treyarch, Black Ops marks a departure for the series, in that the action unfolds in neither WWII nor the nebulous "Modern" arena, but in the vast expanse of the Cold War. Players take control of several soldiers from the Studies and Observations Group (SOG), a multi-service special operations unit that, despite its seemingly innocuous name, carried out devastating precision assaults on enemy targets, captured opposition leaders, rescued downed pilots, and even conducted psychological operations.

The 13-mission single-player campaign consists mainly of flashbacks culled from the memory of SOG member Alex Mason, and the action will take gamers around the globe for battles with the Viet Cong, the North Vietnamese Army, Russian soldiers, and Cuban Tropas. Gamers will be able to wield more than 40 different assault rifles, machine guns, shotguns, sniper rifles, and pistols; and missions find players attempting to destroy the Soviet chemical weapon Nova-6, swimming weaponless through a Vietnamese river, torturing a prisoner for information, and piloting an SR-71 Blackbird reconnaissance airplane as well as a Mi-24 Hind helicopter.

Multiplayer action remains a key component of the Call of Duty series, and Black Ops offers fans of the franchise more than a dozen game modes, eight character classes, and six multiplayer maps on which to battle. Gamers once again head online to fight against their friends in order to gain experience and reach level 50, where the "Prestige" mode is unlocked. Armchair soldiers who manage to string together multiple kills are rewarded with new killstreak bonuses, including napalm strikes, guidable helicopters, and explosive RC cars. Rather than award particular weapons and gear after milestone achievements, Call of Duty: Black Ops has instituted a new "COD Points" system to serve as a sort of in-game currency, allowing gamers to purchase the items they want whenever they please.

COD Points can also be used to purchase new objective-based contracts that offer large points rewards, while the new "Wager Matches" let gamers gamble their hard-earned COD Points in four competitive game modes, with the top three finishers splitting the entire pot. Other multiplayer features include the "Create-A-Class" character customization mode and the new "Combat Training" mode in which green gamers can hone their skills against AI bots before taking on human competition. And for those longing for cooperative multiplayer action, Black Ops marks the return of World at War's infamous zombie-laden co-op mode, once again allowing four gamers to team up and dispatch hordes of unrelenting undead.

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ESRB DescriptorBlood and Gore, Intense Violence, Strong Language
Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
Number of Players1-10
Release Year2010
Game Special Features
  • Travel around the globe on 13 secret missions set during the height of the Cold War

  • Wield more than 50 weapons, including assault rifles, grenades, and even crossbows

  • Earn COD Points to buy weapons, purchase contracts, and gamble in Wager Matches

  • Take on friends, AI bots, and zombies in more than a dozen multiplayer modes

  • eBay Product ID: EPID73288332

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    Created: 12/05/10

    Call of Duty: Balck Ops (Wii, 2010) Great Game!!

    Black Ops for the Wii is a definite must buy for all serious gamers on the Wii. The story mode is amazing, with in depth conflict throught many terrains. Online is also superior, with new maps and wager matches adding unlimited fun. The new Cod Points system for purchasing weapons and upgrades its also highly addictive.

    Now your probably wondering why i havent rated this as an excellent product, and thats because of one main thing. Huge differences of content from the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions.

    Okay, first off, yes the graphics aren't as good, but thats to expect, as the Wii isn't as HD as the other systems.

    But the thing that truley got me were the fact that there is no local anything. NOTHING. No local multiplayer (including online, combat training, splitscreen, or zombies) really hurts my review of this game. I was looking forward to being able to play alongside my brother, but once we discovered there wasn't any local multiplayer, we were higly dissapointed.

    Other annoying differences from the competeing consoles includes less killstreaks in online (No chopper gunner, valkrieye rockets, or gunship just to name some), and no camera spike, which was probably the coolest thing about being a sniper in Black Ops.

    Besides these flaws, Call of Duty: Black Ops is still an excellent game for anyone looking for a really indepth, adiicting first-person shooter, and i would fully recomened it that way. However, if you are looking a game which you can hookup and play along side your friends, or any local multiplayer for that matter, this game is certainly not for you.

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    Created: 06/20/11

    its awsome

    Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

    I like it becuose has a story bejind enemy lines. and the mini game zombie is an endless zombies and it trys to chalenge you how wroty you are.

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    Created: 06/09/11


    Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

    I was addicted to playing Zombies on the XBOX and PS3 at my friend's homes, but hated that I had to go to their house to just play the game. So I bought it for my Wii. And although it is a bit tricky getting used to the aiming with the Wii remote, I love it<3 This game was used, but didn't make a difference. No scratches, no wear or tear. Plays like it's brand new! No need to spend so much money on a new game when the used ones play the exact same. Great price!

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    Created: 04/13/11

    Very pleased with this purchase

    I purchased this game for my husband. I'm not into the gaming but I just wanted to gets this for him as a gift. He played it until 1am the day we received. He seems to enjoy and thinks it's GREAT!! I like the fact that I was able to find it on eBay at a lower cost than retail stores. My rating is 5 Stars

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    Created: 03/18/12

    Las operaciones más secretas y oscuras de la Guerra Fría llegan también a W

    Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

    Para aquellos que no conozcan todavía el título, les pondremos en situación. Nos encontramos ante un "shooter" en primera persona ambientado en la Guerra Fría donde acabaremos tomando el rol de diferentes personajes involucrados en las operaciones menos conocidas ("Black Operations") de los años 60. El intento de asesinato de Fidel Castro, el sabotaje de un cohete ruso, la Guerra de Vietnam... Son muchas y muy variadas las situaciones que David S. Goyer (guionista de "El caballero oscuro"), nos propone en una obra plagada de mentiras y asuntos de estado.
    Resulta brillante -a pesar de la evidente propaganda proestadounidense-, la manera en que Treyarch articula los elementos del juego. Básicamente, todo comienza cuando el soldado Alex Mason, protagonista de la trama, se despierta sentado en una oscura sala de interrogatorios. Un lugar donde irá soltando todo acerca de sus vivencias bélicas a modo de "flashbacks" que nosotros, en su papel, deberemos jugar para seguir adelante y desentramar el misterio de quiénes nos han secuestrado y qué es lo que quieren.
    Call of Duty: Black Ops no resulta un videojuego especialmente fácil, pero tampoco muy complicado. En realidad, todo depende de nosotros y del grado de dificultad (existen cuatro) con el que deseemos comenzar la partida. Eso sí, si nos sentimos abrumados en algún momento -que puede ocurrir frecuentemente- tenemos la posibilidad de reducir el grado de desafío en cualquier instante de la partida, algo muy de agradecer.
    Además, hay hasta cuatro perfiles para guardar progreso y numerosos "checkpoints" en cada nivel, aparte de la IA (casi siempre vamos bien acompañados) y las clásicas ayudas que suponen la autorrecuperación de vida o el apuntado semi-automático (con sólo presionar el botón "Z" del wiimote, el sistema ya se encarga de poner sobre la mirilla al enemigo más cercano).
    Y hasta este punto queríamos llegar. Aparte de admitir dos tipos de control (el binomio wiimote-nunchuk y el Wii Zapper), esta versión está optimizada -de manera casi inmejorable- para Wii. El secreto no sólo reside en que el manejo por defecto funciona a la perfección (existen seis configuraciones predefinidas), sino en que además se nos permite configurar el controlador a nuestro gusto personal, seleccionando la función de cada botón, el estilo de apuntado, la velocidad de la cámara, la sensibilidad, las zonas muertas... Si queremos, hasta podemos personalizar nuestra retícula de disparo al milímetro.
    En total, existen diez modalidades diferentes para un máximo de diez jugadores, dotadas todas de gran poder de personalización. Por ejemplo, somos capaces de seleccionar entre cinco clases predefinidas de soldado, pero también crear las nuestras propias en base a armas como la clásica AK74, ls MP5K, las pistolas M1911 y ASP, el rifle M16, el fusil Olympia y un decente repertorio de granadas. Incluso, durante las partidas, hay herramientas especiales como coches teledirigidos capaces de explotar al entrar en contacto con un enemigo.
    Y algo parecido se puede decir del apartado sonoro, aunque se aprecia un "resampleado" que hace perder al sonido algo de calidad con respecto al resto de plataformas, incluidas tanto las composiciones de Sean Murray (compositor de Call of Duty: World at War) como unas voces en español muy adecuadas para un título del que, francamente, nos esperábamos mucho menos de lo que ha resultado ser: uno de los mejores "shooters" para Wii.

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