Review - Black Ops
Destructiva Nervosa at its best. If you have problems with auto- aggressions, there is no better way to get rid of them. You just have to take the controller in your hand, put the ”Call of Duty: Black Ops” Disc in your PS3, lay back and kill them literally all. Though it is not as destructive like both ”Modern Warfare” games due to an existing story this time, it is still the most ambitious effort to put you in a role of a modern super- soldier.With this in mind every doubt concerning political correctness will vanish within seconds.
The story is told in a few sentences. The story centers around a guy named ”Alex Mason”. As part of a special operation unit, called ”Studies and Obervation Group (SOG)”, you have to hunt down a russian general, who has his own plans with the ongoing world and the political conflicts within. To turn the conflict between USA and the Soviet Union to his own benefit, he uses a nerve gas developed by a nazi- scientist during world war II to spread terror and violence. Within 20 years you will encounter and fight against this general on different battlefields always with the aim to destroy his ambitions and clear the world from his threads.
My recommendation: Go and buy this piece of modern art to be a better person for just a few hours until the edges between sanity and insanity will be overwhelmed by the daily business once again.
One last word concerning the music: With Creedance Clearwater Revival and The Rolling Stones in your backpack, there will be no doubt that you are the master against ill- will and worse outcomes. The question remains if this is a game, which enthrills real combat actions or leave you with the feeling that war is just something for the big screen.