Activision sure doesn't like to rest on their laurels. The last "Call of Duty" game to be released was only a year ago, and in that time "Modern Warfare 3" was pushed as a big, flashy alternative to other FPS-games. It didn't stand out that much, as gamers and hardcore fans alike witnessed the Activision trying to cash new checks off the same idea.
In "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2," Treyarch steps in to do the heavy lifting, tightening up and expanding upon, almost, everything in just about every possible way. But are these changes revolutionary enough to crack the top position being held by that "other" first-person-shooter, "Halo 4"...?
We go over the good, the bad and the ugly about Activision's war-time actioner, which you can scroll through to read by using the gallery above.