Black Ops soldier Sgt. Jack Kellar gets interrogated about his actions in the previous four days towards an international weapons-dealing terrorist organization known as "Seventh Wave."



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Credited cast:
Jackie Gonneau ...
Martin Papazian ...
Sgt. Kellar (voice)
Interrogator (voice)
Rene Mujica ...
Pavel Balashov ...
Igor Kitaev ...
Victor Korjenko ...
Nick Lazarev ...
Andrei Yaroslavtsev ...
(voice) (as Andrew Yaroslavtsev)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alessandro D'Errico ...
Eiji Hanawa ...
Goichi Komiya ...
Tsuguo Mogami ...


Black puts you in the shoes of Sgt. Jack Kellar, a Black Op commando whose mission has gone terribly wrong. Jack has been imprisioned and interrogated and soon the truth of what happened on his mission is revealed. Each of Blacks 8 highly destructable levels not only feature some of the most intense gunfights in video games, but some of the most challenging as well. Written by megadude

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28 February 2006 (UK)  »

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If you put a silencer on a weapon and swap it for another weapon, the weapon you got rid of is laying on the ground without the silencer on it. This is reversed with the MAC-10, in which you take the silencer off, swap it and it appears on the ground with a silencer on it. See more »


Interrogator: I had the opportunity to speak with Sergeant Solomon. Interesting man. Didn't have anything good to say about you.
Sgt. Kellar: You're a liar.
Sgt. Solomon: [on audiotape] When Lennox surfaced after Cairo, rumors spread like a virus. Division tried to keep it under wraps, but they couldn't.
Interrogator: How'd you connect it to Seventh Wave?
Sgt. Solomon: See, after the Miami screwup, my crew was assigned to take him out. At the time, we didn't know it was Lennox. That all came together afterward. We never knew if the target was really him or not. ...
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Guns, Guns and more Guns.
20 January 2008 | by (England) – See all my reviews

Ever had the feeling were you just have to shoot at something? No? Well I have and Black is the game I use for it. Basically there is no story to this game. Your just some grumpy soldier who releases his pent up aggression though shooting countless Terrorists. You just simply go through the levels shooting anything that moves and blowing up every thing that can explode. It kinda reminds me of 'Black Hawk Down' with the way it looks, settings and such. It is a pure joy to play. The special effects are brilliant to the point you think your there and actually get post-traumatic stress disorder, the graphics are also very good for a PS2 game. Plus there is a variety of lovely gunshot and grenade sounds to keep you entertained.

There are a few problems however. For example when you reload to screen goes all blurred apart from your gun and arm, and this happens in real life to. Also the cut scenes are awful. But that isn't exactly anything new for this genre of game. Overall though it is a pure joy to play and is one of the if not the best game on the PS2. Still, I'd play on Call of Duty 4 now... But I wont forget this.

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