Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2

You continue the story in this installment of Call of Duty following a much older Woods and the notorious Mendoza in the year 2025.    You play through some flashback scene’s of Operative Frank Woods & Alex Mason set from the 70’s-80’s war they were in  and even eventually find out how Alex Mason had died. The main point of this game is that Mendoza is back for revenge for the death of his sister.   He is coming after Alex Mason’s son CIA agent David Mason.    David Mason otherwise known as “Section” needs to figure out why Mendoza is back and what he is planing to do.  There is a lot of back and forth scene’s where you have Frank Woods relaying past information to David Mason about old missions his father was apart of.  Mixed in the blast from the past play through’s they have thrown in a lot of new scenes with Alex Mason and  his CIA operative team as they fight to stop Mendoza. It has a lot of fancy gadgets for your character to use that wasn’t available in the first version.

Another exciting addition is that instead of being on auto pilot like the first game, this game actually does have story variations based on what you decide to do at key moments. This still has great multiplayer options and the zombie mode is back creepier than ever!

 

I have enjoyed this installment and  for me the games are getting better each time I play a new disc and can’t wait to try out the Modern Warfare games next.

 

 

 

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Article Photo’s by Crystal Gard @ http://www.gardhub.ca

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Author: Crystal Gard

I’m a 28 year old Canadian with 3 adorable cats! I’m an avid reader, scrapbooker, blogger, crafter including jewelery making , mixed media art, and watercolour art, among many others and of course cat lover!

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26 thoughts on “Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2

  1. I checked the first part of your COD review and took note of the fact that the more graphic part of the game can be avoided. But that, I guess you mean the language and gore can be turned off, yes? If that’s the case, well, I’m giving this the go-ahead for my 12-year old nephew. 🙂

  2. Elizabeth O. says:

    Glad you’re enjoying the game. I haven’t heard about people criticizing it for some time now, considering they’ve been criticizing the game ever since the first Modern Warfare came out!

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