Friday, March 8, 2013

FPS Friday! Black Ops II's multiplayer is addictive! One reason, close battles...


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Call of Duty: Black Ops II's online multiplayer is addictive. I often find myself thinking that I'll hop on and play one or two matches, then play something else. It ends up though, that I find myself still playing Team Deathmatch battles in Black Ops II an hour (or two, or three) later.

What do I find so addicting about Call of Duty's online multiplayer? Well, there are a number of things, but one big reason I often find myself staying for "just one more battle", is how close some of the battles are.

Sure, there are occasional blowout battles, where one team is completely dominating the other, but it's the battles that are close and down to the last second, that I really enjoy.

Below, you will see a Black Ops II match where my team lost the lead with just over 2 minutes remaining, but we kept on fighting. I think the video shows how battles in Call of Duty: Black Ops II can be really close, with every second counting, and why the multiplayer is so addicting.

I played the match above on just the Wii U's GamePad, like the majority of my Black Ops II matches. As for my primary weapon in the video, it was the Mk 48 with the Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) and Target Finder attachments. My tactical weapon was the Shock Charge. It is what I was throwing at the very end of the match to help me stun the enemies in the building, which I was able to clear out with my teammate's help, giving us the win.

Like always, feel free to add my Nintendo Network ID, Coffees, to your Wii U friend list, and if you have Black Ops II, perhaps I'll see you online!

Questions
Have any of you been playing Black Ops II recently on the Wii U (or, other console)? Or, have you perhaps been playing other FPS games, such as the recently released Crysis 3?

You can purchase Black Ops II from Amazon.com directly below:
 

2 comments:

  1. I played a bit of Halo Anniversary recently, just finishing that one off, but other than that? It's been primarily Black Ops II. I have been thinking about spinning up a few of the older shooters I played online but never did the single player campaigns to (MW III, Battlefield III and replaying MW II)

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  2. I haven't played a Halo game in almost 4 years now, with Halo 3 being the last one I co-oped through with a friend. As for single player campaigns in FPS games, I actually try to finish the single player campaigns in the games, before moving to the multiplayer. I know once I start the multiplayer, I'll have a hard time going back to the single player.



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