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Call Of Duty: Black Ops II (With Bonus Nuketown 2025 Multiplayer Map)

Released on 13 November 2012

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It's time to go behind enemy lines with Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 as a solider from an elite fighting force in a world of covert operations, deniable missions and secret warfare.

In this sequel to one of the best selling and most critically acclaimed games of all time, Alex Mason is back and the stakes have never been higher. International figure Raul Menendez claims to be a messiah for the 99% but underneath the surface there's Cordis Die and a villain plotting to bring the world's superpowers to war.

The Call of Duty franchise (known simply as COD to fans) has revolutionised video games and the first-person shooter with its thrilling gameplay, authentic weapons and an ultra-realistic portrayal of combat with Modern warfare 2 and 3 among the genre-defining instalments.

The online multiplayer feature of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 will enthral fans as they battle through maps with friends and foes. Players will decide how the game progresses along branching story lines through the decisions that they make. Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 will feature a zombie mode and with pre-orders there is a bonus Nuketown 2025 map available to download.

David S. Goyer (Co-writer, The Dark Knight Rises) and Trent Reznor (Composer, the Social Network) are part of a team that have created a compelling and gripping storyline that spans decades. Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 takes place from the 1970s and for the first time, Call of Duty is set in the future, in a 21st century cold war between the United States and China. In 2025 the protagonist is David Mason, Alex's son and will feature future technology and weaponry.

Developed by Treyarch, published by Activison and available on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is the game of 2012.
  • 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.
  • Order this version of Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 from Play.com and receive a code to download the Nuketown 2025 bonus multiplayer map


  • Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 - Zombies: Who's ready to help repel the zombie infestation? Three modes - Transit, Survival and Grief, up to 8 players and full multiplayer-style stat tracking will test both your reflexes and the limits of your nerve.
  • All-new create-a-class: Create-a-class has been re-imagined, introducing players to a new "pick-10" allocation system, allowing an unprecedented number of combinations of create-a-class content. Players no longer have to take content from each category - instead, trade items from one category for extra items in another. Any combination of 10 items makes almost anything possible.
  • Pick 10 System: Ten points and nearly endless combinations: every piece of content is worth one point, and you can spend your 10 points in any way you like, encouraging a greater level of customization for individual play styles
  • Wildcards: Also a point each, Wildcards allow players to "extend the system" and configure classes in more unique ways - players can take multiple perks from one category, equip their primary with three attachments, carry two lethals, and more
  • All-new score streaks: Score Streaks reward players for helping their team win the game - capturing flags, defending your teammate with an assault shield, getting kills and assists are all examples of actions that help your team win and thus give you score.
  • eSports: A huge inspiration for the team and an exciting additional innovation to the multiplayer agenda, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 introduces League Play and an exciting new toolset of integrated shoutcasting capabilities, taking the competitive spirit of Call of Duty and elevating it to a spectator sport
  • League play: Competition is fun at any level, which is why Treyarch has introduced Leagues, offering skill-based matchmaking and seasonal ladders. Play a small number of matches to get your skill rating, and from there, you'll be placed into a division with players of similar skill. Keep winning and you'll move up in rank - steady progress will move you up the ladder and into upper divisions. Skill-based matchmaking ensures that you are challenged but not out-gunned - league play is for all.
  • CODcast: Creating a new class of specialized spectator, the CODcaster, who takes on the role of colour commentator for any game, providing coverage of the action on-screen

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 Average rating (32 reviews)

 Really really poor

| | See all b0b753's reviews (5)

Campaign: same thing as always. Corridor shooter, no variety. Every mission is shooting a lot of bad guys in different settings. Nothing new and a pretty weak story.

Zombies: only thing that saves this game from being the worse one yet. Good variety in modes eg TranZit. kept me entertained for a couple of days.

Multiplayer: Worst part of the game. It set out to reward people playing the objectives and it does but it also allows people to sit in corners, not move all game and do very well. The addition of combat training with the added twist of going against other people online was interesting but this doesn't actually count as a proper game even though you gain xp. This wouldn't be a bad thing except a few people just stay on that to level up and don't go online. If you like sitting in corners, using explosives and just pay the game to make others hate you then you'll love this game.

If your looking for a decent game that will keep you entertained for hours, that has plenty of variety and won't make you wanna sell said game after one week then steer clear.

 Its All Been Seen Before

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Thanks to its yearly release schedule (six games in six years!) I personally now find it impossible to muster any sort of enthusiasm for new Call of Duty games. To be fair to developers Treyarch they have made more of an effort than usual to make changes to the well-trodden path walked by these titles but everything, from the scripted events during the campaign to the online multiplayer, that was once so fresh and new to console owners has all been done before.

Black Ops 2 provides exactly what everyone would have expected and sales suggest plenty of people are still willing to buy each new version but I for one have no interest in purchasing new games in a series year on year when the formula was already virtually perfected back in 2007 with the first Modern Warfare.

 Its All Been Seen Before

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Thanks to its yearly release schedule (six games in six years!) I personally now find it impossible to muster any sort of enthusiasm for new Call of Duty games. To be fair to developers Treyarch they have made more of an effort than usual to make changes to the well-trodden path walked by these titles but everything, from the scripted events during the campaign to the online multiplayer, that was once so fresh and new to console owners has all been done before.

Black Ops 2 provides exactly what everyone would have expected and sales suggest plenty of people are still willing to buy each new version but I for one have no interest in purchasing new games in a series year on year when the formula was already virtually perfected back in 2007 with the first Modern Warfare.

 Have Treyarch put all their eggs in one basket?

| | See all PsykotikPanda's reviews (3)

My title refers predominantly to Zombies. I am not a very casual gamer when it comes to Zombies. In Black Ops 1 and on the World at War maps I achieved very high levels and they took me hours to get to.

With Black Ops 2 Zombies, you literally have one thing to do; play Tranzit. Farm, Town and Bus Depot (the survival maps) are from the Tranzit game mode (effectively all the Zombies maps in one, connected by a bus route). Tranzit is immensely fun (especially with 3 other friends to frantically run around the bus with), but survival really, REALLY is not good enough. The maps are far too small (1-3 doors to open) and lack creativity. Supposedly their is going to be a DLC map for Zombies that will blow us away, but we'll have to wait and see. Nuketown is great (if you get the hardened edition or wait a month or so for it to be released as DLC), but not a lot of people have it.

So far:

Tranzit - 9/10 (if they added a few more modes of transport/ways to get around then easily 10/10).
Standalone survival maps - 4/10 (massive step back from Black Ops 1).
Bonus DLC map (Nuketown Zombies) - 8/10 (can't really be faulted, PaP machine and perks, but just not enough people have it yet to make it worthwhile to play).
Grief mode - 7/10 (Easy if you are good at Zombies, and can be annoying being put against very bad players as you win straight away).

Multiplayer has the same huge error as Black Ops 1; the hit detection and lag is un-playable. If they fix that (which is all they needed to fix from Black Ops 1), then it couldn't really be any better (except maybe making it harder for the endless amounts of children who play it to do well - prestige tokens, Hunter Drones and Lightning Strikes are too easy to obtain).

So Far (15 hours playtime multiplayer, 20 hours Zombies, and 2 hours campaign on Veteran):

Multiplayer - 7/10 (fix the lag and it's a 9.5).
Zombies - 7/10 (Tranzit and Nuketown save it from a 5).
Campaign - 8/10 (great graphics and feel, hopefully it has as good a storyline as Black Ops 1).

 nothing new....

| | See all Reggie27's reviews (4)

In my opinion the origional black ops was one of the best COD games made.
Black ops 2 however, shares none of these game winning features...

- it HAD the best size maps (large!) made the game far more interesting and skill full.
The new maps are ALL small close range just like MW3, means its just a matter of who has the quickest reactions for the longest periods. gets real boring real fast..

Kill streaks, black ops had the perfect levels of power which was obtainable by everyone and was effective enough to be worth reaching while still being easy enough to destroy by the enemy, chopper gunner for example, (with dogs being the mack daddy!)
New killstreaks are all either barely reachable by even decent players due to the tiny close quarter maps, or just a waste of time and real gimmicky

Black Ops 2 is simply another Modern Warfare Game, nothing has changes bar some new wepons and some more rubbish maps,
it has no relation to the origional black ops bar the single player story.

If u have never Played COD before go buy it, ul love it!
If you have played any of the modern warfare games before... get ready for 45pounds of nothing new besides a poor attempt at streching out the franchise to make more money.. definite let down.

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Rating18+ (PEGI)