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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

Assassins queue up to take on Black Ops 2

The weekly all formats software sales charts shows the Assassins queuing up behind the top selling Black Ops 2 which remain above and beyond all new challengers. Hitman Absolution sits in second place and Assassin’s Creed III in 4th. Interestingly Halo 4 still sits well amongst its multi format peers.

Black Ops II massive day 1 sales

According to one daily newspaper in the UK, they have today revealed that Black Ops II has shifted 8 million units globally on PS3 and Xbox 360 in just 24 hours of going on sale, putting any rivals to shame.  Black Ops managed to squeeze around 5.6 million units for

Black Ops II retains 3D support

With the guys over at Infinity Ward showing no interest in adding 3D support to their Modern Warfare games, it’s good to see that Treyarch on the other hand have not given up as we can confirm by looking at the back of the Xbox 360 box that Black Ops

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