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Previously, I've written reviews for both the Revolution and Uprising DLC packs for Call of Duty: Black Ops II. This time, I'm focusing on the brand-new Vengeance pack, released on July 2nd for all Xbox LIVE users. But, I digress; it's time to get to the review!
Of course, what's a review without covering ALL of the things it...well, reviews? As thus, I'm going to begin by covering the Multiplayer sections of the DLC!
This map, Cove, makes me shudder on the inside like a certain map I'm not too fond of. While it may be the folly of many trickshotters, the map itself doesn't seem to be too well-designed. An interesting quirk of the map, however, is that you can see the map Hijacked in the distance. Sadly, you can't see Cove from Hijacked, but…
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Last time I created a DLC review, it was for the Revolution DLC, released on January 29th for all Xbox Live users. This time around, I'm reviewing the Uprising DLC that was released on April 16th (literally a day before I wrote this blog.)
I'm going to review the 4 multiplayer maps first, and then I'm going to go somewhat in-depth with Mob of the Dead , but, without further ado...
Vertigo is a decent map, with very long sightlines in some parts, and excellent housing for corner-campers in other parts, particularly the interior of the building. The helipad entrance area is excellent for hunkering down and fighting against people who get too close.
The last time a map was remade for Multiplayer, it was Nuketown 2025. This time around, Black Ops…
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I've seen a few blogs about future ideas for things such as games and potential patches. However, I wanna be like most people and actually think about what the next Black Ops 2 DLC could have in store for us. Without further ado, naturally...
Of course, what good is a DLC without its Multiplayer maps? Albeit, Rezurrection from the first Black Ops is an exception, but this is assumption, remember?
I was thinking that there could be a map along the lines of one of the campaign missions (since I have nothing else to do, these will all be based off campaign locations.) This one, in my mind, is based off of the large, grassy battlefield in the beginning of Pyrhhic Victory where Mason and Hudson aids Savimbi's men against the MPLA. I think of this…
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On January 29,.the Revolution Map Pack was released for Black Ops 2 on the Xbox 360. Since I have that console, I've obtained the map pack, and I've played it enough to consider writing a review for it. Now that the time for deliberation is over, it's time to take a look into Revolution!
I figure we should begin by looking at the maps introduced in Multiplayer via this map pack. I've really only played them a few times, but I'm hoping that my views of these maps should be sub-par to an extent.
I'm listing Grind first since it's the map I frequent the most. It's chock-full of twists and turns, and it's a bit hard to find cover since you're out in the open quite a fair bit. However, when you do go inside the relatively small building, you'll f…
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