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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:08pm 06/11/15 | 2 Comments
That's what our reviewer, James "Jickle" O'Connor believes, and he was not a fan of Ghosts or even Black Ops 2, which suggests that Treyarch has delivered something pretty decent here.

From his review:
Where do you start with Call of Duty? It’s hard not to wonder, in the lead up to a new Call of Duty game, what the series might have left to give. Gone are the days where these games seemed to actually have something to say about warfare, and although Advanced Warfare showed off some new tricks it hasn’t been clear whether Infinity Ward and Treyarch were going to try new things too. Call of Duty, at its worst (see Call of Duty: Ghosts), can feel pretty soulless, and every year people wonder if the whole enterprise is going to fall apart.

But Call of Duty: Black Ops III feels like something new. It doesn’t reinvent the CoD formula, but it pushes the series much further in the interesting direction Advanced Warfare and Black Ops II were hinting at. It would be hard to go back from the bizarre, exciting, frantic game Treyarch have created here to prior entries in the series. Black Ops III doubles down hard on what came immediately before it – the future tech, the zombies, the increased mobility – and ends up feeling both familiar and fresh.
Click here for our complete Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 review.

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Posted 04:56pm 06/11/15
thanks! been looking all over for a review and glad this is the first I've found. Might actually pick this up.
Posted 04:06am 07/11/15
I played a little of it tonight and even on noobcore mode it's still pretty easy to get kills now. Not like previous versions where 2 clips into them and nothing, and they stab you in the face.

My only gripe is my PC doesn't seem capable of running it at 1920 with decent FPS. I guess my old 760 isn't cutting the mustard.

I like the double jumping and the wall running.

edit: wow I take it back. Blops 3 has to be the most f*****g PC game ever with its profanity filters. Can't name your custom classes SMG or shotty because of foul language? what in the F***? Kidding me? What a s*** game.

edit2: and their error messages are just oh so helpful... what the hell is that?
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