Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified PSVITA VPK

Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified PSVITA VPK

Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified PSVITA VPK

Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified PSVITA VPK

Has there ever been a more maligned handheld title prior to release than Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified PSVITA VPK ? Reviewers (not all by any means), unabashed and damning in early preview criticism, seemed primed to deliver literary blows to the PlayStation Vita itself with the first-person shooter’s release, yet gamers posting user reviews have portrayed an altogether less insulting affair, which has seemingly provided more enjoyment than the critics’ obituaries.

Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified PSVITA VPK

Indeed, after playing the game for a requisite period of time, one cannot help but feel a twinge of sympathy towards Nihilistic, or rather, nStigate, as the developer is now known. While their first Vita offering Resistance: Burning Skies received below-par reviews, the actual gameplay was passable, and it nailed some of the series’ classic weapons in feel and effect. Unfortunately, the developer’s second console conversion was hamstrung the moment its first trailer was unveiled at GamesCom in August. Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified seemed uninspired and relatively drab for an authentic Call of Duty experience, which is what publisher Activision and Sony had promised. Thankfully, the final product looks much better than those initial trailers, with a smoother frame-rate, more detailed textures, and improved animation. But in spite of the evident improvements, it still falls significantly short of the series’ typically high standards. Taking the lead from the PlayStation 3 titles, protagonists Frank Woods and Alex Mason fill a timeline set between Call of Duty: Black Ops and the recently released Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, with a series of 10 brief covert missions. These bite-sized chunks are inherently similar to Unit 13 in objectives, structure, and breadth; rescue hostages, neutralise targets, and retrieve documents in small doses. Missions are often timed to 5 minute durations, leading to a scandalous lack of content as a result. The miniscule missions are perfectly suited to portable play, but the number of stages amount to less than half of Zipper Interactive’s alternative, with the timed excursions negating any opportunity to soak in the atmosphere or environment with experimental play. Additionally, enemy AI is laughable at times, even though the hardest of the three difficulty tiers present a stern challenge. Meanwhile, Hostiles mode, which sees you fending off waves of soldiers, is no replacement for the home console’s excellent Zombies offering, but at least serves as a useful pre-cursor to the multiplayer in its relentlessness. Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified PSVITA VPK .


Release Date : November 13 , 2012
Publisher : Activision
Developer : Nihilistic
Region : EUR
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RAR File Size : 2.16GB


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  1. kyle williams says:

    open cloud part 3 is missing

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