The intensity and realism displayed in most video games comes with positive and negative reviews. No game defines both ends of the gaming spectrum quite like Black Ops 2, released late in 2012.
Black Ops 2 follows in the footsteps of its predecessor as a first-person shooting game that boasts unparalleled graphics and sensational game play. Available for most major game systems such as PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows, Black Ops 2 received plenty of praise from consumers and reviewers alike who traditionally fawn all over games of this sort.
Black Ops 2 certainly is a far cry from Super Mario Brothers, the loveable Mario and Luigi quickly are replaced by muscle-bound soldiers fighting. Black Ops 2 blows away the competition with life-like characters and accompanying storylines that rival that of big-budget blockbusters that star the likes of Will Smith, Tom Cruise and The Rock. Those storylines include aspect that flash back to the 1980s and then flip forward to the future.
Much like those aforementioned action heavyweights draw millions at the box office, Black Ops 2 streams a significant amount of revenue for its creators. The Black Ops franchise frequently ranks as the most popular game upon release and generates millions of dollars in revenue.
Those millions certainly mean the Black Ops games show no signs of waning and future release seem almost a given.
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