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8 reviews | 4.5 out of 5
My 20 year old son has been playing this game for 4 months without getting bored,so I purchased it for my 16 year old.
I was skeptical, at first; to purchase this game, after reading the widely copied and posted intitial review. I can say now after a few days of playing both the campaign and multiplayer, that I am glad that I did NOT waste money on this title.
Although I do not feel it is as good as Unit 13, if they had implemented a multiplayer VS mode. If you are looking for PS3 graphics and map size look elsewhere, as you will be dissapointed. But for a handheld, for those that are constantly on the move, or those with the duragotaory term of "gamer", this is indeed a great title to add. It is not a game I will be trading in or selling, anytime in the near future,
and as Vita titles are a little scarce, it is a notch above Resistance in my personal opinion. It does have 4 v 4 in a small scale map enviornment, which can make it seem a little repetitive. There is an Aim Assist that functions during the campaign, but fortunately (opinion), does not assist during multiplayer. There are not a large amount of maps or missions, although I expect a great deal of replay value. Sony, since they are a huge part of the gaming industry, should Finally add - a sensitivity mode- through the console for the controller joysticks. Good Luck to You,
and hope to see you on the Battlefield.
-Rezolution77 P.S. I would strongly suggest buying a portable PS Vita charger or 2 for your "active" "gamer".
Bought this game as an early Christmas gift. He loves it!
I got this game because I'm a Call of Duty person. I didn't expect to enjoy it as much as I have. The controls took a bit of getting use to coming from a console, but once I did, I found it pretty natural to snap on to target. Along with getting Black Ops: Declassified, you get a code for Call of Duty: Roads to Victory, the PSP Call of Duty, as a digital download. This is just a little added value to the game. you're really getting two games for one. Remember that Roads to Victory is a PSP title and thus the controls are worse than they are for Black Ops: Declassified, but I find myself enjoying it still. Over all, if you're looking for a game to sit and play for hours on end, this isn't a good choice, nor is any handheld game for that matter. If you want some thing to play for 10 or 15 minutes at a time? This is a must have if you're a shooter person.
When I first purchased this game I had problems getting on multiplayer and could only play singleplayer and hostiles, which was ok but not as fun as multiplayer. I was able to get Multiplayer working by opening the Vita ports on my router, took 5 mins to fix. Once I was on multiplayer the game was just like call of duty on console except less maps and less people, only 8 players at once. Despite these differences, this game on Vita is a must. I will be playing this for quite some time on my Vita.
I got this for my birthday from my loved one she knows im a hardcore gamer and i like playing shooter games and i love call of duty
Great game,very similar to the larger platform game,if only their were combat training and zombies
got this for a xmas gift not had time for him to open and or try it yet