Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Review
The game looks absolutely amazing. The one thing to note about this trailer is that it shows actual GAMEPLAY. Seriously, that is my biggest issue about video game trailers these days. No gamepaly, all cut scenes.
We can tell that Activision is going to give us a lot more guns. That is always a good thing for you hard core gamers. As an introverted person myself I find that I like games that are immersive and story driven instead of high paced kill or be killed action. Besides my obvious prejudiced against first person shooters, I have to say that I am impressed.
It looks like Call of Duty Black Ops has beefed up polish in the graphics departments. Its not so much that the graphics are smoother or or more textured that impresses me, it is the fluidity of the motion. It seems as technology advances, the framerate of modern games has improved.
You are now going to make a class based on how many items you have, instead of having to select things you do not ever use. I. E., it’s plausible to obtain six perks if you decide not to haul a primary or secondary gun (you will only have a knife). If you decide to select a primary weapon, it states that you have to substitute one of those perks. If you do not like any perks, you can substitute those slots for more features to your primary or secondary (This has been hinted by some people who’ve “allegedly” had the awesome chance to play Black Ops 2′s multiplayer).