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- Wi-Fi-enabled 4 v 4 multiplayer gameplay on franchise favorite modes, including Free-For-All, Kill Confirmed, Team Deathmatch and Dropzone, all tailored for the PS Vita system.
- Utilize classic Call of Duty® multiplayer features like Care Packages, Challenges, Create-a-Class, Killstreaks, Perks, Prestiging, XP and more.
- Choose from lethal and tactical grenades, and a variety weapons and attachments.
- An exclusive installment in the Call of Duty®: Black Ops series told through a series of single player objective-based operations, along with Survival and Time Trial Missions.
- Touch screen controls for tossing grenades and melee attacks bring the power of PS Vita into your hands.
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Also the game plays weird, clumsy controls, aiming is difficult, the auto-aim feature sometimes work and sometimes don't, and strangely you can get "stuck" in a door, as weird as that sounds. A very frustrating point is that if you die, you have to repeat the WHOLE MISSION from the beginning.
For the multiplayer, I tried it a couple of times and was kicked out in the middle of the game, I don't know if I lost connection but the game just kicked me out to the main menu without even an error message.
But (credit where it's due) the game is pseudo-good, I actually had some fun trying to get the trophies, some trophies are easy some others put a good challenge, which is good and increased the life-span of this game a little. I don't deny I got a couple hours of fun from CoD: Declassified.
So, keep in mind you are NOT getting a full Call of Duty with it's own mind-blowing story and gameplay, you are getting a demo-like game with 10 short missions and so-so multiplayer. As many have said before: get this only if you can find it VERY cheap ($5-10), this game is not worth the $40-50 price tag.
PROS: It gets the job done when it comes to graphics and controls, there's some fun to be had with multiplayer when you can actually play a game.
CONS: Everything Else, from the laughable "single player campaign" the hugely broken multiplayer experience (even after the huge 300+ mb patch)the non existent AI and glitchy sound (wear headphones and you'll hear the cracks and pops) the LONG load times on multiplayer...you get the picture.
After playing this game for a few days I am hugely disappointed and I feel suckered in to spending 50 dollars on a product that is half baked and extremely rushed to the market to capitalize on the hype behind Black Ops II that ended up being an insult of a game to us call of duty fans.
Activision promised us a single player campaign that would bridge what happened between black ops to black ops II, what did we get? a poor man's unit 13, with 10 missions, yes 10 missions!! that take between 2-10 minutes to finish, what did activision do as an excuse to extend the life of the "campaign"? well they upped the difficulty level on the hard setting to a ridiculous cheap degree and didn't add checkpoints between missions so you would have to start over from the beginning of the mission and thus taking more time to finish the game with all the missions 3 starred, but play it on the easy level (one star) and you can finish this under an hour, oh and leveling up on single player is also pointless because you can't transfer it to multiplayer (wtf?).
What about multiplayer? well..Read more ›
The Game itself look new, and plays wonderfully. Great buy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The lack of checkpoints makes this game unplayable. I'm glad I bought it used.Published 5 days ago by Peter Lechleitner
Ok this game such a disappointment it sucks and very very bad map plus no zombies like wtfPublished 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
Choppy. If you've played the console versions before you will enjoy playing this for only about a week. The online isn't great either.Published 1 month ago by Javier
Horrible game. Go play Killzone Mercenary for a better experience.Published 1 month ago by Wasserhammer