Call of Duty: Black Ops II for the Sony Playstation 3 is a continue story from Call of Duty: Black Ops I in which you play as variety of character. The game starts off David Mason (Alex Mason's son) meeting up with Frank Woods (Black Ops I character) who told them the past events after Black Ops I ended and fast forward to 2025 where you play as David Mason, who tracking down Raul Menendez (The main villain) who in 2025 is planning to release a cyber attack as you do mission during 1970-80's and 2025's. The gameplay in Call of Duty: Black Ops II for most of it plays very similar to the previous Call of Duty series where you do objects in order as they came and there Strike Force mission- these mission come in during the 2025's story arc, where it depends on a mission success/fail will result the 2025 storyline. Zombie mode is back and some mode lets you play 4 vs. 4 where can fight to survive the longest round. The graphics in Call of Duty: Black Ops II is out dated and it feels like Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare with a little bit tweaking, but nothing much. The sound of Call of Duty: Black Ops II feels pretty much lame because the weapon sound effect's doesn't sound like the real gun as it should be and the voice actor are a little bit decent. Overall, Call of Duty: Black Ops II feels like a huge add-on to Black Ops I like how Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is kind of a add-on to Modern Warfare 2 but instead of using upgraded engines, if often pauses or frozen prompting you to reset your PS3 systems and the multiplayer part, it seem quite unfair advantage as you started out playing and those who's already playing for days will use a attachment that lets them see you through aiming down the sights.
Gameplay: 6- Enemies hardly damage much and some mission actually let you shoot/kill your teammates.
Graphics: 5- Same as Call of Duty: Black Ops but brighter and a bit details.
Sound: 5- Decent voice acting but gun sound effect sound even more worse than normal.
Value: 7- Call of Duty: Black Ops II is a decent game, story mode is quite confusing which often jump from the 1980's to 2025 and you play as some characters, who will alter the story.
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