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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Jackie Gonneau ...
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Rene Mujica ...
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Pavel Balashov ...
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Igor Kitaev ...
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Victor Korjenko ...
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Nick Lazarev ...
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Andrei Yaroslavtsev ...
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Eiji Hanawa ...
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Goichi Komiya ...
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Tsuguo Mogami ...
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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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The M16's charging handle doesn't move. It has an internal closed bolt. See more »

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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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Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #35.11 (2006) See more »

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The best game I have ever played.
22 September 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Black keeps you gripped from the start. Though the plot is pretty poor, the mini-movies before each level are very well edited and are better done than most films we have in cinemas today. But when you get into the game, you are thrown into what may be perhaps the most realistic shooter yet. The sound is realistic, the weapons are varied and very satisfying, the graphics are as good as can be, and the destructible environments are really the icing on the cake. Though this game can sometimes annoy you, especially on the harder levels, the checkpoints that you pass as you go through the levels really do prevent you from wanting to throw the game off a cliff, and give you some hope when you are surrounded by well-armed enemies from all angles. The lack of blood makes it less realistic, and the lack of multiplayer gameplay is a slight letdown, but with a game this good, the folks at EA Games are bound to make a sequel to this at some point. This is a truly fine game, and delivers in every aspect. This may be possibly the finest shoot-em-up game yet.

This is a game that must be played. 2006's best game yet! 10/10


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