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Black Ops 2 takes the classic Call of Duty formula and puts it in the world of international intrigue. Unlike other games in the genre, a failed mission doesn't always make you do a replay. Sometimes it just changes your next mission.

Rather than a railroad campaign, Black Ops 2 gives you a world that responds to your actions and a villain that makes sense in terms of his motivations. Don't hold that controller too tightly.

About Black Ops 2

Released in November 2012, Call of Duty: Black Ops II is the ninth game in the legendary Call of Duty franchise and the sequel to the 2010 game Call of Duty: Black Ops. Developed for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U and for Microsoft Windows, the game was an instant hit, becoming one of the fastest selling games of all time. The game features two main connected stories, with one set in the closing years of the first Cold War from 1986 to 1989 and the other in a future Cold War during the year 2025. The first story line features Alex Mason as its protagonist and the second has his son David as the hero. The impressive graphics and a well thought out plot make game play intense and exciting, and as the way that you play affects the story line, Black Ops II feels incredibly realistic and very personal. These branching, nonlinear story lines can alter considerably depending on the choices that you make, with a range of multiple endings possible depending on how you've played the game. For those who like to go into battle together, Black Ops II has a multi-player version where up to six teams can compete at any one time. Boasting superb graphics, innovative narratives and a great soundtrack, Call of Duty: Black Ops II is a dynamic and engrossing game perfect for keen gamers and enthusiasts alike. The impact that the player has on the story line serves to make game play endlessly exciting, keeping the player guessing every time.