Teaser Trailer for Treyarch’s Call of Duty: Black Ops

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Say what you will about gamemaker Treyarch, the guys behind “Call of Duty: World at War”, but at least there isn’t an infestation of nuke boosting scumbags ruining everyone’s fun in their games. (Yeah, Infinity Ward, I’m looking at you.) Sure, Treyarch is slow as hell to patch glitches, but you know what, I’d take that over getting nuked by two little XboX bitches hiding in a corner somewhere in the map taking turns shooting each other in the head. And ……. end rant.

Treyarch’s latest, “Call of Duty: Black Ops” is due out later this year, and the company has released the first teaser trailer. You don’t see much, but it does confirm that the game will indeed be set during the Vietnam War. Mind you, not that anyone will care too much about the single player campaign. When it comes to the “COD” games, it’s always been about the online multiplayer, hasn’t it? Prestige, here I come — again!

Fragging your face November 9, 2010.

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    It has always been about the single player campaign for me, since the very first COD game. Kind of saddens me when the multilayer began to overshadow the singleplayer, especially after the switch to the modern warfare direction.

    And this is from Treyarch instead of Infinity Ward, so don't keep your expectation too high.

  • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Nix

    All the COD single player campaigns are excellent, but the problem is the length. Once you've finished it, it's pointless to play it again, though I suppose you could do it on different settings. The multiplayer, on the other hand, is like playing a new mission every time with all the new players. Honestly, back in the day, I thought it was stupid when people only bought games for the multiplayer, too. Now it's the first thing I check in a potential buy.

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    It has always been about the single player campaign for me, since the very first COD game. Kind of saddens me when the multilayer began to overshadow the singleplayer, especially after the switch to the modern warfare direction.

    And this is from Treyarch instead of Infinity Ward, so don't keep your expectation too high.

  • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Nix

    All the COD single player campaigns are excellent, but the problem is the length. Once you've finished it, it's pointless to play it again, though I suppose you could do it on different settings. The multiplayer, on the other hand, is like playing a new mission every time with all the new players. Honestly, back in the day, I thought it was stupid when people only bought games for the multiplayer, too. Now it's the first thing I check in a potential buy.