Call of Duty: Black Ops – pc

8.5

Now you will witness the birth of the Elite Special Forces and take part in off-the-record missions using unconventional weaponry to get the job done! From Cuba to the Arctic and the jungles of Vietnam, Call of Duty: Black Ops features stunning cinematic graphics and intense gameplay that puts you right at the heart of the action.
GenreFirst-Person Shooters
Platforms
pc


DEVELOPER Treyarch | PUBLISHER Codemasters | RELEASE DATE


Call of Duty: Black Ops Reviews pc


8.5

cheatcc.com review
The wager matches are an incredible step in terms of multiplayer addictiveness and, if gambling against your friends wasn’t enough, you can even purchase Contracts to bet on whether you can achieve personal goals during your playtime.
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8.5

vandal.net review
Empezar una misión en Cuba con el objetivo de asesinar a Fidel Castro puede parecer difícil de superar posteriormente, pero Treyarch se las apaña para que los objetivos dentro de las misiones sean muy variados, pasando por momentos de sigilo, acción directa, controlando vehículos de todo tipo o realizando fugas desesperadas sin que casi nos demos cuenta. Una vez empecemos a jugar costará soltar el mando, tanto por el frenético desarrollo como por la interesante historia.
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8.5

gametrailers.com review
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8.5

3djuegos.com review
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8.5

gamingxp.com review
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8.5

pcgames.de review
Allerdings dürften diese Spielmodi ein unglückliches Schattendasein pflegen, da es hier keine Erfahrungspunkte zu verdienen gibt. Das nächste Prestige-Level erreichen Sie nur in den klassischen Modi. Löblich dafür die Einführung des Trainingsmodus: Neulinge und Feierabend-Zocker finden dort eine beinahe gleichwertige Spielerfahrung, ohne an übermächtigen Profigegnern zu verzweifeln
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8.5

gamespot.com review
Combat training allows anyone to enjoy the thrills of arena combat and the satisfaction of leveling up, and the opportunities for cooperative play, local competition, and community video creation provide even more outlets for entertainment. Call of Duty: Black Ops lives up to the top-notch pedigree that the series has earned, giving players an awesome new shooter to enjoy just in time for the holidays.
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8.5

gamers.at review
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8.5

videogamer.com review
Black Ops offers its own thoroughly enjoyable romp through some entertaining set-pieces. I’ve considered myself a Call of Duty fan for many years, and I’ve held a deep-seated distrust of Treyarch since Call of Duty 3. No longer.
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8.5

gameinformer.com review
It’s tough to hate on something as skillfully executed as Black Ops. Call of Duty remains the smoothest, most approachable first-person shooter out there, and I had a blast playing it. On the other hand, it’s disappointing that Treyarch’s much-hyped huge-budget entry in the franchise feels like Modern Warfare 2.5. Activision hasn’t Tony Hawked Call of Duty yet, though, and I’m happy to get a refined update. This year, anyway.
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8.5

strategyinformer.com review
To bring it all together, Treyarch have added a theatre mode that allows players to view back any of their matches, from any angle or crevice on the map they wish. Available in Halo 3 years ago, it’s an ingredient that’s been noticeably missing from the Call of Duty pie for some time. Watching a well thrown grenade over and over again is rewarding, especially compared to the moments you see yourself make a fatal mistake. The video playback is also useful for serious clans, as it allows you to spot where the enemy are hiding and the tactics they bring to the table.
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8.5

spaziogames.it review
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8.5

gamestar.de review
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8.5

ign.com review
Call of Duty: Black Ops is a great overall package that has a ton of content to enjoy. The multiplayer modes are largely based on what was established by Modern Warfare, but the twists that Treyarch throws in work well.
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8.5

atomicgamer.com review
While Black Ops plays great on consoles and will undoubtedly be a huge seller, there is still some doubt cast over the future of the franchise when we know next year’s iteration won’t be made by the same Infinity Ward that has delivered in the past. Over the years, they were slowly improving the formula, and I fully expected them – before the implosion of the studio – to make sure to address Modern Warfare 2’s campaign issues and multiplayer exploits when making their next game. This year, Treyarch has done a good job making a fun campaign and some really interesting multiplayer, but some of the old problems with the franchise are creeping back in. And on PC, Black Ops is nearly unplayable for many gamers, and the best we can do is wait for a patch to deliver the smooth, responsive FPS action we’ve had since the first Call of Duty was released over six years ago.
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8.5

realgamer.net review
If we lay things on the table, the single player campaign isn’t quote on a par with what Infinity Ward managed with Modern Warfare 2 thanks to an over complicated story which many will struggle to get involved in
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8.5

dpadmagazine.com review
It’s a shame then that the meat of the gameplay (both in single and multi-player) doesn’t do more to raise itself above being just another successful instalment and attempt to achieve something more inspirational. Ultimately, there is little doubt that Black Ops will sate the hunger of those simply wanting more Call of Duty, but beyond that it seem unlikely that it will broaden the palettes of gamers or indeed the genre; and for such a big budget, high profile release, we can’t help but feel a little disappointed with that.
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8.5

meristation.com review
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8.5

gameplanet.co.nz review
Sadly, in it's current form, there are simply too many issues to recommend Black Ops as a viable new platform for those who have heavily invested in other franchises lately. We're taking the liberty of assuming Treyarch can get a handle on the problems with a patch, but until that time, be warned..
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8.5

pcgamer.com review
If Treyarch’s goal with their Call of Duty games is to imitate Infinity Ward, they’re finally doing an impressive job. The shooting is as dull, the scripting claustrophobic, and the set-pieces try just as hard to distract from both. But without a great co-op mode to back it up, without a startlingly fresh setting, and interrupted by regular technical screw-ups, Call of Duty’s bluff and bluster has never felt so hoarse.
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