From ‘World War II’ to ‘Cold War’

Even though we all hate war in our own perspective, still the World War II era is capable of bringing us to a world that we can never experience and understand. That maybe the reason game geeks love WWII games this much.

Call of Duty is a game creation that was able to give a perfect war experience to its fans and it re-created elements of World War II era superbly. Call of Duty is the Goliath of the video game world, if you ask me. The series has sold millions of copies and catapulted itself from a solid, World War II shooter to the sprawling multiplayer playground and Hollywood-style campaign that we know of today. Yes, Call of Duty today is no more World War II but it’s highly advanced to high tech wars of today with cutting edge warfare.

Call of Duty: Black Ops takes much of what made Modern Warfare 2 great whilst expanding it slightly by modification. That's not to say that there aren't mistakes to be found within Black Ops, but I think Call of Duty fans are going to be happy with Treyarch's latest effort, ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops’.

Black Ops player assumes the role of a foot soldier and thus has access to various firearms, of which two at a time can be carried, as well as explosives such as grenades and other equipment to fight enemies. When players are close enough to an enemy, they can perform a melee attack which ensures a one-hit-kill.

When the character has taken damage, the screen glows red. Health regenerates by avoiding damage. When the character is within the blast radius of a live grenade, a marker indicates the direction of the grenade, helping the player to either flee or throw it back. And all other game-play components are similar to its previous series games.

The game features a variety weapons such as crossbows with alternative explosive ammunition, Dragon's Breath rounds and ballistic knives.

Now, it is time to fight for your side and it is indeed cold war…

Dark Bear

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