New Review: Call of Duty: Black Ops

For all the movies that Black Ops takes scenes from, I wish one would have been Predator.

I’ve had some time to mull over my experience with the single-player campaign of Call of Duty: Black Ops, and overall I can summarize it as being simultaneously incredible (to look at) as well as forgettable (to play.)  Black Ops attempts to turn the focus inwards on it’s protagonist, Alex Mason (voiced by Sam Worthington) but fails to commit to the approach.  It retains many of the polished elements from the multi-player mode, and has great looking set pieces, but there is little meaningful progression in the experience from beginning to end.  Final score: 2/4.

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