COD Black Ops Review: Best Online Experience?

By Tina Chubb - Nov 24, 2010

We’ve brought you quite a few previous articles on the hugely popular Call of Duty: Black Ops game since it was first released on November 9th. This includes details on the problems that some players were experiencing even after downloading the patch, and a review round-up.

Although the game has been out for quite a while now, the reviews are still coming in on a daily basis. I thought I’d take a look at a recent review from Adrian over at, which describes the multiplayer mode as the best online experience ever.

This review notes that if the entire single player mode was set in Vietnam, it would in fact get a 10 out of 10 rating. However, only a small part of the “Call of Duty: Black Ops” game is set in Vietnam, and that is possibly one of the downfalls of the title’s single player mode.

The multiplayer mode on the other hand has been described as almost faultless by this review. Although it does make me wonder how that could possibly be, considering many have complained about COD: Black Op’s online gameplay. Maybe the new currency system has something to do with it?

I have to admit, the COD points system is a great addition to the game. The amount of COD points earned depends on how well you play the game. In other words, if you’re really good at the game like some people I know, your bank balance is always going to look healthy.

Do you agree with this review? Does Call of Duty: Black Ops really give players the best online experience to date? You can read the full review via

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  • chaizak

    This game is crap and this comes from a guy who has a 2.5 kill to death ratio without camping

  • shay

    compared to world at war black ops online play is disapointing to say the least it just doesnt compare at all, black ops is just another modern warfare,

  • Adrian

    Just wanted to let you know that "Adrian" (myself) didn't write this review, but a writer on the publication called "David".