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Call of Duty: Black Ops II
 
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Call of Duty: Black Ops II


Activision
Compatible with Wii U™ (Wii U™)

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features

  • HD Experience: The title features the most advanced textures, lighting and shadowing systems in series history, all of which are on full display on Wii U
  • Second-Screen Gameplay: Utilizing Wii U’s second-screen experience with the Wii U GamePads™, Call of Duty: Black Ops II players can join the action in a full Call of Duty experience from the second-screen. Plus, with the state of the art Wii Touchscreen, gamers can view multiplayer maps, call in score streaks and choose loadouts
  • Expanded Functionality: Players have the option of using Wii U’s split-screen functionality to use both the GamePad™ and the Wii U Pro controller. Wii U also supports up to four controllers, including the Nintendo Wii Remote™ and Nunchuck
  • Controller Choices: Use the GamePad touch screen to customize controls in real-time, or switch at any time to use another controller of your choice, including: Wii Remote; Classic Controller Pro; Game Pad; WiiU Pro Controller
  • All-New Create-A-Class: Create-a-class has been re-imagined, introducing players to a new “pick-10” allocation system, allowing an unprecedented number of combinations of create-a-class content. Players no longer have to take content from each category; instead, trade items from one category for extra items in another – any combination of 10 items makes almost anything possible
  • New Score Streaks: Score Streaks reward players for helping their team win the game: capturing flags, defending your teammate with an assault shield, getting kills and assists are all examples of actions that help your team win and thus give you score. Each action has a different value and can influence the theater of operations
  • eSports on Wii U via League Play: Competition is fun at any level, which is why Treyarch has introduced League Play, offering skill-based matchmaking and seasonal ladders. Play a small number of matches to get your skill rating, and from there, you’ll be placed into a division with players of similar skill. Keep winning and you’ll move up in rank – steady progress will move you up the ladder and into upper divisions. Skill-based matchmaking ensures that you are challenged but not out-gunned. League play is for everyone. Additionally, CODcasting is part of the mix, allowing fans to commentate their favorite games
  • Upgraded Weapons, Attachments and Equipment: Near-future warfare means upgrades in technology that soldiers will use in the field. Additionally, weapon perks are now built into the attachments
  • More Multiplayer: Call of Duty: Black Ops II on Wii U includes Challenges, Core & Party Game Modes, Custom Games, Combat Training, Theater Enhancements, Emblem Editor and Prestiging

description

The most anticipated game of the year and the most ambitious Call of Duty® game ever, Call of Duty®: Black Ops II is coming to Wii U. Launching this November 18th, Call of Duty: Black Ops II delivers the most groundbreaking and viscerally immersive Call of duty® experience yet. Rooted in near-future fiction, the title propels players into a visual landscape in an epic single player campaign highlighted by branching storylines and non-linear missions; a re-imagined multiplayer that introduces players to some of the most cutting-edge weaponry and equipment that 2025 will have to offer; and punctuated with an all-new Zombies experience running in the multiplayer engine.

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further info

Official Release Date  Nov 18, 2012
Genre  First Person Shooting
Version  US
  ESRB Mature
Titles rated M (Mature) have content that may be suitable for persons ages 17 and older. Titles in this category may contain intense violence, blood and gore, sexual content and/or strong language.
PAX-Code PAX0004293520
Catalog No.  WUP-P-AECE
Item Code  0047875843875

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jayvgames (13) on 06, Jan. 2018 14:28 (HKT)
Eh.
I merely added this to my Wii U title for it adds some extra gameplay mechanics that make this title more desirable and I wanted to show some support for mature titles on the Wii U. But if it never hit the Wii U, I probably would never have picked this title up. The gameplay is smooth and crisp which is what most games should always have and I give it credit for achieving this and integrating the second screen from the Wii U. I enjoyed that. However, I also check games out for story most of all. And this game lacks an interesting or compelling story. The game switches between two timelines; one in 1986 through 1989, and another set in 2025. The 1980s section uses the previous protagonist, Alex Mason, for the overall story of the rise of the antagonist named Raul Menendez. Which, by the way, is one of the only memorable characters you can take away and say is one of the only best things about the game. The 2025 parts go into Alex's son, David's, story and his role against Menendez. Raul has started plotting against the United States and China. Basically, his plan involves getting the U.S. and China against each other in a new Cold War due to his thirst for revenge. The thing that also helps to make this game stick out and is used for the franchise's future games is the use of futuristic tech like; unmanned vehicles, robotics, cyberwarfare, and so on. But other than those things that I mentioned, the story is a snooze fest. There is only two or three characters you can distinguish while the rest is pretty much bland. They try to stick out but they simply fail short at leaving an impression. Alex is sort of eh. David is; well David. I can't even remember the others on how they acted except for Raul which he's pretty intimidating to gaze upon in first person perspective. He also suffered due to a disfigurement of his only family, his sister, and so on that can easily trigger him. Poor guy couldn't take a break. Then you have a teammate of David's, named Harper, who is basically the standout kick every ass you see stereotype but is still recognizable at the end. You also have Woods who is the teammate of Alex who is a pretty **** in the head individual in his youth who can still somewhat rationalize certain situations. Other than those three characters, everyone else I completely forgot. In terms of gameplay, you incorporate some use of futuristic tech, few half assed stealth elements, and mostly what the franchise is known for, blasting anything that moves or shoots back. Not much is new and or makes this game stick out from previous or future installments in my opinion. But what else can you expect from a franchise that releases one of these titles every single November under a publisher that can be compared to as the video game equivalent of McDonald's. If you really want this title in your collection, get this port and enjoy the incorporation they did with the Wii U gamepad. It's very crisp, no screen tearing, and is somewhat good looking with the various locations for each of the missions. If you still want it but for another port, don't bother wasting your money on this cookie cutter. You are way better off getting a far better shooter like the remake of DOOM or a true futuristic shooter like Syndicate. If I was playing this title on another console or even on PC, that score you see from me would be a lot lower. I'm just being as nice as possible with it since the Wii U doesn't have enough mature third-party titles in the states.
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