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Call of Duty: Black Ops - Nintendo Wii
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- Seventh installment of the Call of Duty series, based on the live fire conflicts of the Cold War era.
- Diverse variety of play setting ranging from urban air and ground combat in SE Asia, to snow combat in Soviet region and jungle combat.
- Blending of traditional COD, and new first-person character scenarios designed to both retain the essence of the COD gaming experience
- New arsenal of weapons and vehicles tied to the Cold War era, including the SR-71 Blackbird and sited explosive-tipped crossbows.
- Wide array of play modes including single player, local multiplayer versus and online co-op and multiplayer
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Platform: Nintendo Wii | Edition: Standard
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Now here we are with the seventh installment of the Call of Duty franchise, and fortunately this is not the Wii's first rodeo when it comes to COD. We have been treated to COD 3, World at War, and even a ported version of Modern Warfare and the thing that stands out most about these titles is that they all got better. So, the question is does COD Black Ops take a step forward for Wii gamers, or does it fall flat. After spending several hours with the game on Wii I can safely say this is a must buy title for Wii owners looking for the definitive shooter on Wii!
We've already been given Goldeneye from Activision last week which gave us every control scheme possible. While Black Ops doesn't include GC support it does keep Classic Controller support as well as the superior Wiimote/Nunchuck setup that Wii gamers have come to love. If the latter is your choice of control all of the customization options expected are present, and once you have it tweaked to your liking you will be killing soldiers and Zombies alike.
Let's face it. The Wii version doesn't have the visual fidelity the HD versions do, and who really expects it too. However, this game looks impressive on the Wii. Absolutely on par with Goldeneye in every respect.Read more ›
**The game as many already know takes place during a bunch of periods in history. The story itself isn't something to write home about, but the presentation is great and it does capture a "cinematic experience". This can add to the experience or detract to the experience. One instance if may detract is when it shows the same cut-scene every time you load a different menu or switching from multiplayer to single player. It might get tedious. Zombies makes a debut on Wii and is a total blast both solo and online.
**The graphics seem to be a mix of World at War and Modern Warfare Reflex. They can look really great sometimes but other times you are staring at a blurry texture or low-poly model here and there. The explosions and lighting look very good though and when you are running through a street and see a bunch of explosions and fires ahead of you it can look really nice. More blood seemed to have been added to the mix and the game now features the "blood hitting the camera" effect when you shoot somebody up close or are hit. This feature had been featured in the HD versions of MW2.Read more ›
My review's title says it all: this is definitely the best FPS experience on the Wii so far! The guys at Activision/Treyarch really push the envelope in terms of in-game features and graphics on the Wii. Most features from its 360/PS3 counterparts are present, such as Contracts, Wager Matches, and Zombie Mode, and all of the Perks, maps, weapons, and achievements are the same, as well. A few Killstreak Rewards, such as the Valkyrie Rockets, Chopper Gunner, and Gunship, are absent due to the Wii's technical limitations, but the rest of the Killstreak Rewards are included. Also, the Wii version has the same multiplayer modes as the other versions, and there are certainly a lot of them, including Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, Domination, and Free-for-All (there are still others I think), as well as the new Wager Match modes such as One in the Chamber, Sticks and Stones, Gun Game, and Sharp Shooter. In Black Ops, you can earn CoD Points for the first time that will allow you to purchase all of the Perks, Killstreaks, weapons, attachments, and camouflage after you unlock them. This gives the game a more satisfying and balanced feel because you must unlock upgrades by leveling up and then buy them with CoD Points instead of simply earning then from leveling up.
The graphical component of this game on the Wii is certainly a noticeable (however small) step up from its predecessor Modern Warfare: Reflex, but it still won't rival that of the 360/PS3 for obvious technical reasons. Even so, the game looks pretty.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This game is crazy fun. Caused no problems with my 2010 Wii console.Published 2 days ago by Amazon name
Grandson really like this game. Lots of action, but not for younger children.Published 11 days ago by Clark Niepert
This is the Call of Duty that got me into the series and the entire genre of FPS shooters. This game has the best campaign you can imagine. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Avery
Pretty great activision has put servers back online you can play multiplayer and zombies co opPublished 2 months ago by DSH