Call of Duty: Black Ops

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Call of Duty: Black Ops Review

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I, like many others, was very anxious for the new title in the Call of Duty series labeled Black Ops. I saw it as a welcome respite away from constant playing of Fallout: New Vegas that has been driving me mad, more so from the point in that I love the game but hate the multitude of errors/glitches that appear throughout its vast greatness. That last sentence now makes me even more confused about how I feel about that game, but now back onto Call of Duty: Black Ops. Black Ops, like any of its older brothers, is a first person shooter with a distinct marketability towards the multi-player segment of both the gaming consoles and the computer market. Again, like Modern Warfare, Black Ops still takes private servers away from the player, which to me handicaps the game as I will speak about later, but I have decided that this game deserves to be taken apart in separate portions, kind of like how you eat a milkshake and a hamburger separate, unless you like the whole meaty milkshake thing, which if you do, good on ya mate.

Hidden Menu Secrets and Computer Codes to Unlock Mini-Games, Maps, and Cheats for Call of Duty: Black Ops

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Here is a video showing how to get out of the interrogation chair in the menu for the game Call of Duty: Black Ops. Also, in the same room there is a computer which you can type certain codes to unlock mini-games, maps, and cheats for the game.

Here are the directions:

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Quick-scoping Banned in Call of Duty: Black Ops

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It seems pretty official now that the art of quick-scoping will not be seen in the upcoming addition to the Call of Duty series titled Black Ops. Josh Olin, the community manager for Treyarch, tweeted about the change earlier today. Finally, some more realism is brought to the game since it makes no sense that snipers have the ability to scope a target so easily without any skill. The problem lies in the previous game mechanics of the Call of Duty series, with the generous cross-hair assist given to players in the game. Because of this, snipers could easily use the targeting assistance to their advantage and snipe endless amounts of people with no real skill involved at all. 

Please comment on if you think this is a good move or not and maybe some good old stories of dealing with 10 year olds that do this crap every game.

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