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Is Call of Duty: Black Ops II worth it?

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Posted November 19, 2012 by Noxxic in Editorials
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The Call of Duty games have been around for as long as any of us can remember, and the question has come up if the games are worth it anymore or not. The answer to a question as silly as that one is, yes, the amazing games that are Call of Duty are worth the money and the wait. There are all these talks about how every new one is just a touched up clone of the last one or people are spending 65$ for a DLC and they should never ever play Call of Duty again.

Something to remember is that any game with Call of Duty stamped on it nowadays, is going to at LEAST be very similar to the game before it. The reason that this game is the number one in the world for a series is because of its play style, feel, and design and people have the nerve to complain about it. It gets to a point where you can’t expect Treyarch or Activision to just come up with something that is completely new and fresh and still call it Call of Duty: Black Ops II.

The graphics HAVE been touched up on and it is a new set of really well designed maps and guns that really does make Black Ops II feel like it’s set in the future. Maybe it is a DLC, but all of us continue to buy the games, because they are worth it and always provide a good time. That’s not even getting in to the new zombie mode which is really well done and a blast if you haven’t tried it yet. Call of Duty: Black Ops II is indeed a new game with a similar feeling but that does not make it a clone of any sort, so keep on supporting one of the best games ever made guys.

 


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