Call of Duty: Black Ops II Discussion
If you see an RPG lying on the deck of a boat near the beginning of the single-player campaign, DO NOT PICK IT UP. I thought it would be a good idea to swap my crummy pistol for it, right? So now I have a rifle and an RPG. Sweet!
Well, I don't want to spoil anything, but due to events which follow, it's possible to end up with ONLY an RPG and a bear trap to fight off several waves of enemy soldiers. There are no other guns to collect, either. My pistol is gone, and so is my rifle. There is an ammo crate at one point where I can reload my RPG ammo.. for all the good that does.
I made it farther than I thought I would, to be honest, but now I'm completely hosed.
I really wasn't going to use a trainer for this game, not for a long time, but now I find myself (very patiently!!) waiting for it JUST so that I can get past the very first level. Or maybe I'll just start the whole game over... it was fun, it will be fun again, right?
So anyway, I hope this helps someone else avoid the same pitfall. I'm kind of surprised none of the internal testers managed to break the game as badly as I did... yay me.
Is it so hard for most modern FPS games these days to have a story longer than 8 hours? Dishonored and Deus Ex: HR did it. Granted they are single player RPGs but still.
I usually feel like I got just as much value for my money after 6 or 8 hours of the latest CoD game as I do after spedning 60 or 80 hours grinding away at some RPG. (I enjoy both.) Dunno why, but I've never really been disappointed with the length of gameplay.
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