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Call Of Duty: Black Ops

Released on 09 November 2010

Rating: 18+ (BBFC)

3.0 out of 5 (49 customer reviews) | Write a review

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November 9, 2010 sees the release of Call Of Duty: Black Ops, the newest installment in the biggest action series of all-time and follow-up to last year's blockbuster Modern Warfare 2. Filled with heart-racing action, Call Of Duty: Black Ops will take you behind enemy lines as a member of an elite special forces unit enganging in covert warfare, classified operations, and explosive conflicts across the globe. With access to exclusive weaponry and equipment, your actions will tip the balance during the most dangerous time period mankind has ever known.
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.

  • Cinematic Single Player Campaign
    An epic campaign and story that takes you to a variety of locations and conflicts all over the world where you will play as an elite Black Ops soldier in deniable operations where if you are caught, captured, or killed, your country will disavow all knowledge of your existence

    Call Of Duty: Black Ops

  • Signature Multiplayer
    Call Of Duty's signature multiplayer gameplay returns with new perks and killstreaks, deeper levels of character customisation, and all new modes

    Call Of Duty: Black Ops

  • Wager Matches: One in the chamber, Gun Game, Sticks & Stones and Sharpshooter
  • Theatre Mode: View, record and edit your favourite moments from multiplayer, and share with your friends
  • Combat Training: Test your skills solo or Co-Op with friends against AI enemy players
  • Zombies! Fan favourite Zombie mode is back providing endless hours of Zombie-slaying entertainment, solo or Co-Op

    Call Of Duty: Black Ops

customer Reviews

 Average rating (49 reviews)

 Same old thing

| | See all rupertthebear's reviews (4)

So far multiplayer just seems like a map pack for COD4 been playing for a couple of hours YAWN played this before,graphics are ok nothing special.COD fans will probably love it but i'll be back on BFBC2 tomorrow coz i thought this might be new but its same old COD different maps.Can't wait for BFBC2 Vietnam see you there i'm sure..

 Don't believe the poor reviews...

| | See all ste1981's reviews (1)

I have played the CoD series since the beginning and own all games up till and including black ops. This game is on the money and by far the best title in the series so far, much improved on MW2. Finally, no more matchmaking online and dedicated servers all the way. Well done Treyach!

Thoroughly deep game with lots of options, game modes and hours upon hours of gaming, upgrading and new a community angle. Completely transparent with steam also.

I have never experienced lag when playing online since the day it was released on 9/11. Maybe some of the people complaining that it was 'unplayable online' should consider having a more capable gaming machine before residing to low-scoring the latest PC titles

Buy it.

 There's better elsewhere...

| | See all BlackCatsFTM's reviews (5)

I bought this game on release and completed the single player in hours. Then I played multiplayer till my soldier maxed which didn't take too long (this game even rewards you for dying stupidly!). I put up with the lag, tiny maps, steam, arcadey gameplay, plasticy (non destructable) scenery and small team sizes. Once I'd hit level 50 I went straight back to playing Bad Company 2 and instantly regretted the time I'd been away. I still play Bad Copmany 2 today where after many, many hours of entertainment I'm still only level 40. I've never once been tempted to go back to play Black Ops. My Advice, in case you haven't guessed, don't buy this, buy Battlefield BC2 instead. In my opinion it's so much more rewarding, in fact better in every way imaginable and currently about half the price! Seriously you'll thank me for this....

 I have no problems running on highest settings

| | See all Hesnojedi's reviews (1)

First off I'll start by saying I have no problems running this game at the highest settings. Now to the review.
This game feels like a half finished game which should just be an expansion rushed out for christmas (MOH) release with lots of bugs. Players warping all over the shop (not all but enough to the point its annoying) on the best ping servers. I have everything set to max and it looks worse than World at War. The feel is just poor, infact its a poor effort all round. Save yourself the 40 notes.
I hope this trend of releasing sub standard quality games at full price stops quick smart. First MoH, now this.

 COD is back

| | See all Norvern's reviews (9)

Well it has finally happened. After years of bitter disappointment for PC gamers, Call of Duty is better than ever. I have been playing the multiplayer for a few hours now and do ya know what? I never got kicked or repeated the same map over and over or had a server crash out once. THANK GOD! After the bitter dissappointment of MW2's servers, Treyarch have stuck to the dedicated servers. This makes so much difference I can't begin to explain. Imagine the detail, beauty and suphistication of MW2 with no difficulties playing and no aim bots.

Classy single player too. Like the others, a little short but really good fun. As we all know though, this series of games is all about the MP and thankfully it does not disappoint!

Good gaming and have fun!

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Rating18+ (BBFC)