Former Marine Captain and CIA operative Alex Mason, upon interrogation by an unknown party, recounts his violent experiences with the Bay of Pigs, a radical Soviet conspiracy, and the Vietnam war.

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Frank Woods / Additional Voices (voice) (as James Burns)
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Joseph Bowman / Additional Voices (voice)
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Viktor Reznov / Dr. Clarke (voice)
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Alex Mason (voice)
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John F. Kennedy (voice)
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Terrance Brooks / Additional Voices (voice)
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Tank Dempsey / Additional Voices (voice)
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Fidel Castro / Additional Voices (voice)
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Lev Kratvchenko (voice)
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Grigori Weaver / Additional Voices (voice)
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Nevski / Additional Voices (voice)
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When he's interrogated by unknown figures, Alex Mason has to remember the location of a broadcast station, to stop a horrifying biotic weapon attack. During the progress, he begins to suspect the true identity of his Soviet friend-Victor Reznov.

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9 November 2010 (USA)  »

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Step 2 of Reznov's plan to escape Vorkuta is to ascend from darkness. In the zombies map Nacht Der Untoten, this step is written on the wall leading from the spawn room to the top floor. Nacht Der Untoten was created 2 years before the Black Ops campaign See more »

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Most of the Russian labels were wrong and feature made-up, random Russian. See more »

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Grigori Weaver: We can do this all day. We got plenty of windows.
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Followed by Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (2014) See more »

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Won't Back Down
Performed by 'Eminem ft. Pink'
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One Of The Greatest Games Ever
5 April 2013 | by (Doncaster,England) – See all my reviews

I have just finished playing Call Of Duty: Black Ops on my XBOX 360 and I am simply blown away. With two or three other games this is one of the greats. The Graphics are also simply amazing. Let's start off on the campaign, Great story, Great action and since it's a Call Of Duty game that Treyarch made there's going to be two things: Swearing and Gory Violence. Treyarch's run of Call Of Duty games (Call of Duty World at War, Call of Duty Black Ops and Call of Duty Black Ops 2) all have those things in. There are some shock moments in Black Ops like an ill-fated game of Russian Roulette, an eye gouging, lots of slit throats, a scene showing Nova 6 destroying Russian soldiers, a violent Battle of Kne San, a grenade stuck onto a Viet Cong Soldier and last but not least the guns. There are loads of guns to chose from in Black Ops. Like M16's and Ak-47's and there are even ways to spice up the multi-player after the not so good Modern Warfare 2's Multiplayer, with chopper gunners and gunships. Overall this is the best Call of Duty to date (just beating Call of Duty 4) and has redeemed Call of Duty after the not so good Modern Warfare 2, the God-Awful Modern Warfare 3 and the OK Black Ops 2,this is the golden boy. So if you want entertainment from a gory first person shooter that is fun to play and overall brilliance flowing from it get Call of Duty Black Ops.


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