History VideoGame / CallofDutyBlackOps

20th Jul '17 2:34:34 AM Wuz
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* PaintingTheMedium: Like how ''Modern Warfare'' presenting loading cutscenes as a military information system, the cutscenes in this game are all presented as classified government files and footage related to the topic at hand, distorted through Mason's brainwashing and hallucinations.

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* PaintingTheMedium: Like how ''Modern Warfare'' presenting loading cutscenes as a military information system, the cutscenes in this game are all presented as classified government files and footage related to the topic at hand, distorted through Mason's brainwashing and hallucinations.mental instability.
20th Jul '17 1:53:20 AM Wuz
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* PaintingTheMedium: Like how ''Modern Warfare'' presenting loading cutscenes as a military information system, the cutscenes in this game are all presented as classified government files and footage related to the topic at hand.

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* PaintingTheMedium: Like how ''Modern Warfare'' presenting loading cutscenes as a military information system, the cutscenes in this game are all presented as classified government files and footage related to the topic at hand.hand, distorted through Mason's brainwashing and hallucinations.
20th Jul '17 1:51:47 AM Wuz
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* PaintingTheMedium: Like how ''Modern Warfare'' presenting loading cutscenes as a military information system, the cutscenes in this game are all presented as classified government files and footage related to the topic at hand.
20th Jul '17 12:06:26 AM Wuz
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''Call of Duty: Black Ops'' is the sixth game in the originally UsefulNotes/WorldWarII-themed FPS series ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty'', developed by Treyarch. Like ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare'', it starts a new sub-series set in a new setting, but unlike ''Modern Warfare'', it takes place during the height of the UsefulNotes/ColdWar. It serves as a sequel to the Treyarch-developed ''Call of Duty: World at War''. You play as Alex Mason, a {{CIA}} operative [[FramingDevice being interrogated about his involvement in various operations]], from an assassination attempt on UsefulNotes/FidelCastro to UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar and beyond. The bulk of the game plays out in a series of {{Flashback}}s that recall the many operations Mason participated in.

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''Call of Duty: Black Ops'' is the sixth game in the originally UsefulNotes/WorldWarII-themed FPS series ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty'', developed by Treyarch. Like ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare'', it starts a new sub-series set in a new setting, but unlike ''Modern Warfare'', it takes place during the height of the UsefulNotes/ColdWar. It serves as a sequel to the Treyarch-developed ''Call of Duty: World at War''.''VideoGame/CallOfDutyWorldAtWar''. You play as Alex Mason, a {{CIA}} operative [[FramingDevice being interrogated about his involvement in various operations]], from an assassination attempt on UsefulNotes/FidelCastro to UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar and beyond. The bulk of the game plays out in a series of {{Flashback}}s that recall the many operations Mason participated in.
18th Jul '17 9:28:11 AM Josef5678
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*** That's a WhamLine right there.
16th Jul '17 8:18:19 PM JRA
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*** That's a WhamLine right there.
13th Jul '17 3:02:55 PM Kadorhal
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* MoreDakka: Gone is the damage-boosting Stopping Power perk, but there are other ways to boost your dakka. Almost any gun can be equipped with extended magazines. Typically you get 10 to 15 more rounds per mag, but it gets crazier with the machine guns. The mag-fed, 30-round [=HK21=] and Stoner 63, and the 40-round RPK get boosted to 60 and 80 round drums, while the already sizable 100-round belt for the M60 gets ''doubled'' with its unique "[[MeaningfulName Big Ammo]]" attachment.

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* MoreDakka: Gone is the damage-boosting Stopping Power perk, but there are other ways to boost your dakka. Almost any gun can be equipped with extended magazines. Typically you get 10 to 15 more rounds per mag, but it gets crazier with the machine guns. The mag-fed, 30-round guns, which get doubled ammo per magazine. This is already good with the mag-fed ones, [=HK21=] and Stoner 63, 63 getting boosted from 30 to 60, and the 40-round RPK get boosted to 60 and 80 round drums, while 80, then the already sizable 100-round belt for the M60 gets ''doubled'' doubled to ''200'' with its unique "[[MeaningfulName Big Ammo]]" attachment.extended mags, which is helpfully labeled as "Big Ammo".
13th Jul '17 6:09:42 AM ChristianLaFleur
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* JustPlaneWrong:
** The U2 spyplanes and counter-spy planes apparently fly low enough to be hit by small-arms fire, which is incorrect as that plane was specifically designed to fly so high as to be above existing anti-air technology.

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* JustPlaneWrong:
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JustPlaneWrong: The U2 spyplanes and counter-spy planes apparently fly low enough to be hit by small-arms fire, which is incorrect as that plane was specifically designed to fly so high as to be above existing anti-air technology.
13th Jul '17 6:09:07 AM ChristianLaFleur
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** Multiple Mi-24 Hinds show up starting from the first Vietnam level, despite all of them taking place at best a year and a half before its first flight.
13th Jul '17 6:05:28 AM ChristianLaFleur
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* EnemyChatter: Strangely, also applies to player characters in multiplayer, which can be annoying since it gives your position away and if you're by yourself. On the other hand, also a good way to locate your enemies. Disabled in Hardcore mode.

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* EnemyChatter: Strangely, also applies to player characters in multiplayer, which can be annoying since it gives may give your position away and if you're by yourself.away. On the other hand, also a good way to locate your enemies. Disabled in Hardcore mode.
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