“A lie is a lie. Just because they write it down and call it history, doesn’t make it the truth,” reads a nameless narrator in the first full-length trailer for Treyarch’s Call of Duty: Black Ops.
The trailer, composed entirely of gameplay and clocking it at a hefty 1:42, is one impressive feat, serving its purpose of sticking in your mind past the time you spent watching it.
Call of Duty: Black Ops comes to Xbox 360, PS3, PC and Wii November 9, 2010. And we’re expecting some hands-on time with it next month at E3 2010.
A lot of hard work has been put into this game. Years of blood, sweat and tears. Mostly sweat from hours of online gaming. If you liked COD2, you will love black Ops. See you guys online. 11.9.10
Im looking forward to playing Call of Duty: Black Ops. The zombie mode was genious. Who ever had the idea of using the pentagon as a warfare against zombies and to have users play as historical figures deserves a medal. When i watched the new multi-player additions and changes, i was astonished. I wish there had been a bigger kill streak but that also leads players to camp less, expecially since the new kill streaks add a edge for players to find them. The emblem creator was another brillient idea. It lets players create an emblem on their weapons and adds creativity. The campaign looks very thrilling and cant wait to get it. Catch you guys online.