The plotline starts somewhere in 1960s, in the fearful days of the Cold War and Vietnam war, so expect to meet Russian, Vietnamese and Cuban adversaries and the contrasting character of their leaders such as Fidel Castro of Cuba and President Kennedy of America. The game’s hero, Alex Mason, is a soldier who can’t remember anything from the past, and the storyline is a twisting narrative of his search for clues to help him bring back his lost memory. This game sticks to a definite organized storyline with a wonderful finale.
Black Ops presents new features and surprising twists. The battle is enjoyable; character-wise, no complaints, it is well designed with good detail and the plotline is remarkable, not of the easily predictable sort you get with many other games of this genre. Wii players can expect a fantastic first-person shooter since the Wii remote and the classic controller are both well suited and efficient options. Depending on your preferences, the classic controller can provide fluidity with its dual analog sticks while with Wii remote, jumps are easily done.
A new points system is also featured which is called, CoD Points. Aside from gaining experience points and level up, it has added and improved features like Create-A-Class, custom class slots, new game modes, perks, bonuses and a wide array of weapons to purchase. All of these can be purchased through this CoD points system. When you move on to the next level, you earn 1,000 CoD points which allows you to purchase lots of stuff to improve your character and your game. A small but thoughtful feature gives you the ability to personally customize your weapons by writing a clan name or emblem on them.
The game features several play modes. First is the Wager Match Mode which is designed to bring out the significance of the CoD points. This mode goes with another two games; one is the Chamber which stresses accuracy and patience and the other is the Gun Game which is a tour of 20 Black Op’s and each kill corresponds to a new gun. The second mode is the Standard Mode that divides up into three teams with names such as Domination, Headquarters and Deathmatch, and is useful for leveling up. When you eventually reach Level 50 you’ll be able to play the Prestige mode with still more new features and challenges.
The multiplayer mode is interesting; there are no lags even when performed with as many as 12 players. Nazi Mode also makes its return. The presentation of the visuals is truly fantastic, even with the amount of fast action going on in the game. The content is brimming with so many new and exciting features that make it not just a another sequel with slight variations but a whole new world of a game. Forget all the hype you've already seen, this game is all that and more. Do yourself a big favor, buy it.