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Call of Duty Black Ops II review

It’s another year, and yet another Call of Duty. If fatigue were to ever set in on such a series it probably should happen right about… a few years ago.Call of Duty Black Ops II is the eighth release this console generation, with Activision and partners churning out the first-person

Black Ops II behind the trailer video

Activision released a Black Ops II behind the trailer video which looks at the making of the “Surprise” live-action trailer.  Director Guy Ritchie guides an all-star cast that includes Robert Downey Jr., Justine “iJustine” Ezarik, and FPS Russia. Watch the full trailer here:

Black Ops II tops the UK charts

As expected, Activision’s massive game Call of Duty Black Ops II tops the UK charts upon entry on November the 13th. Selling by the bucketload, it’s likely to stay there for quite some time despite a long list of worthy challengers. CHARTTRACK WEEKLY CHARTS All formats – Week ending 17

Black Ops II Nuketown map trailer

Nuketown was and still is one of the more popular fast paced maps from the original Black Ops, so this is why Treyarch are probably making much noise for its inclusion in Black Ops II. So much so that they released a trailer just for the Black Ops II Nuketown

Black Ops II London launch details

Activision’s massively popular and eagerly anticipated Call of Duty Black Ops II goes global next week on November 13th, and for some gamers in London, they will be able to hit the midnight launch in style at HMV Oxford Street from 10pm. Here’s the full details from the event press