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 ...
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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Lt. MacCarver: [on audiotape] Rumor has it that Division ran a black-ops group. Lennox was one of them. No ties, no strings.
Interrogator: You expect me to believe we had a terror cell working for us?
Lt. MacCarver: You can believe what you want. Fact is, Lennox was off the books, so there's no way to prove it. Very convenient. Lennox did the thing in the Congo, the special in the Philippines. This was professional contract terrorism. Lennox held all the cards. Started making small deviations here, little switches there. Before long, ...
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Excellent game play and incredible attention to detail
16 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The creators did an amazing job of replicating the sounds, characteristics, and reloading procedures of real weapons (and some fabricated ones). The AI for both teams and enemies alike is the best I've seen in any game. They communicate with each other, take cover, try to outflank, and use suppressive fire to advance. Not only were the graphics absolutely incredible (close to the quality of the new XBox 360 console), but the fact that you can destroy just about anything--including blowing through walls and doors--and be rewarded with beautiful explosions and ground-shaking sounds make the game that much better. Also, the world in front of you is blurred out temporarily while reloading--to replicate the operative's need to visually focus on the gun and clip in order to reload. I disagree when people say it's not a very strong game; this is the first game since Halo 2 that really impressed me in terms of attention to detail by the creators. The bullet holes stay in the walls, cover can be blown away, and the gunfights will leave you coming down from an adrenalin rush for an hour after playing. Great soundtrack, and smooth, easy-to-learn game play. The only downside is no blood (BOOOO!!!). This FPS really makes you feel like you're watching a big-budget Hollywood action adventure. Some corners were cut in reality--for instance, HUGE magazine capacity (60-90 rounds for most guns), and the fact that almost EVERY enemy will dramatically fall and scream when hit from a balcony or ledge. However, this just ads the the big-time Hollywood feel given off by the game. Overall, this is DEFINITELY going into my Top 3 list. Great, strong game, interesting plot line, realistic dialog ("Somebody put some g**damn fire on that machine gun!"), AWESOME explosions, and enough secondary objectives and hidden treats to keep you coming back for more.

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