"Overall, this is not the best COD in the series, but one you should play for multiplayer!" -
In the end, Treyarch should not be making the same exact mistakes that Infinity Ward made with past "Call of Duty" games. When it comes to a telling a proper story, "Black Ops 2" takes some strong leaps in ensuring optimal excitement. But they fail to create any characters that will leave a lasting impression, or that you even actually care about.
That aside, Treyarch improves the franchise with the addition of dynamic narrative-branching segments. The ability to customize your load-out before heading into battle is a small added perk to making "Black Ops 2" enjoyable. When you dive into the game's meatier missions, you will be impressed by the HUD commands and your ability to command the troops around you.
The storyline involving those characters in "Black Ops" and "Black Ops 2," finds players hunting down another dangerous terrorist, while changing history as you've come to learn it. Treyarch may not have rivaled their former developing partners in grandiose scale or a plume, but "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2" will make a healthy addition to gamers looking to keep their collection current and their kill count on high.
Don't take our word for it, you can watch the trailer for yourself below: