Call Of Duty: Black Ops Reviewed
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Macworld UK has posted a new review of Aspyr Media's latest: Call of Duty: Black Ops. The game includes CoD: Black Ops and the First Strike Content Pack, which offers 4 new multiplayer maps as well as an "exciting zombie experience", complete with its own multiplayer map. Macworld UK gave the game a score of 4 out of 5.
From the review:
If you can actually run the game, then Black Ops is a thrilling – and also violent and foul-mouthed – action game that provides an exciting challenge in both its single and multiplayer modes. The single-player game has something of an old-school Cold War feel to it, kicking off in Cuba during the Bay Of Pigs crisis in 1961. You play a covert agent named Alex Mason who has been sent on a mission to assassinate Fidel Castro. Under interrogation, you experience a series of flashbacks that conveniently allow you to indulge in some James Bond-esque globe-trotting as you shoot your way around the world, gathering ever more powerful weapons as you go.For the full review head over to the page linked below
Macworld UK: Call of Duty Black Ops Review
The single-player mode will probably only keep you going for 6-8 hours, but you can play online with other Mac gamers – though not with owners of the PC version, it seems – and there’s a handy ‘combat training’ mode that gives newcomers a chance to hone their skills before they go up against more experienced players online.
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