|Call of Duty: Same Ops|
Now I could start with the blatant flaws, like how bullets bend round walls, the lack of skill required actually get a kill or maybe even the fact that it is the forth game in a row released by Activision with little to no changes; but no, I'll start with something a little more challenging:
Black Operation; noun, "Illegal military activities including such things as assassinations, sabotage, extortion, spying on allied countries or one's own citizens, kidnapping, supporting resistance movements or the use of fraud to obtain funds". I think somebody must have sold me a dodgy copy because the game I was playing had none of that, in fact all this game had was explosions, poor acting, more explosions and a story line which reads like an 80's B-Movie.
I know what many of you are thinking, "Ah, Obi-wan, you obviously haven't played the multiplayer", well you're are wrong, because had I had not played the multiplayer this review would have been as short and relevant as the storyline was. Of course I didn't really have to play the multiplayer as it is EXACTLY THE SAME as MW2 give or take a few perks, probably down to Activision's "if it's not broke why fix it?" motto tattooed to the back of all of their employees necks. This tactic has already destroyed other Activision titles such as Guitar Hero and Tony Hawks, fortunately for Activision the demographic for the call of duty market is made up of; A) Ugly fanboys with no social aspects, B) Dull-witted children with sympathetic parents, or most likely C) Ugly dull-witted fanboy children with no social aspects and sympathetic parents. You can pick which you are.
"...but they have made changes Obi-wan", Yeah sorry, I completely forgot about
- Okay fanboys, you can stop masturbating now....