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Set in 2025, new unmanned machines have been taken over by Nicaraguan terrorist, Raul Menendez, forcing the U.S.A. to take action.

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Cast

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Alex Mason (voice)
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Jason Hudson (voice)
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Mike Harper (voice)
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Frank Woods (voice)
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Raul Menendez (voice)
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David 'Section' Mason (voice)
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Admiral Tommy Briggs (voice)
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Javier Salazar (voice) (as Celestin Cornielle)
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Chloe 'Karma' Lynch (voice)
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Farid / Mujahideen Soldier (voice)
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DeFalco (voice)
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Jonas Savimbi (voice)
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Tian Zhao (voice)
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Manuel Noriega (voice)
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Secretary of Defense (voice)
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Storyline

Taken place ten years after the first black ops, Alex mason, Sgt.Frank Woods and Jason Hudson are back in the biggest call of duty event. Later on the creators take you to 2025 where the military technology is being hacked by a notorious villain, Raul Menendez. its up to David mason and Harper to stop Menendez before he takes over the entire world Written by Anonymous

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wii u | die hard scenario | See All (2) »

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The Future is Black.

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Action | Sci-Fi | Thriller | War

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M | See all certifications »

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13 November 2012 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Call of Duty 9  »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$500,000,000, 12 November 2012

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,180,000,000
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Trivia

Once you finish the game, there is an Easter egg. Metal band Avenged Sevenfold appears in the game with the song, "Carry On". See more »

Goofs

In "Suffer With Me" McKnight states that he will provide cover from building 12, yet when he is in position, he radios that he is on building 10. See more »

Quotes

Raul Menendez: ...Opulence is sinful, and we all pay for it. Los Angeles was the flagship of their absurd materialism, so I destroyed it. They thought I wanted to kill the president. Madame Presidentè, I could have buried you a million times over... No... I wanted you to see it, to feel what it's like. Today, two billion people exist in abject misery, tyrannized by war. Madame Presidentè, your war machines are no more. Your military is crippled. You cannot stop us now. Cordis Die, rise, and strike when they ...
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Carry On
Performed by Avenged Sevenfold
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Really sad about multi player.
17 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

The Campaign was incredible. I was completely blown away by the originality (I mean the decision making thing has been done far more effectively- for example with the Mass Effect trilogy) but it was so emotional and intense. (9/10)

Zombies is furthermore bigger and better than before (I'd rate it 8/10). Worth buying simply for zombies and or campaign alone, far superior to the pitiful multi player...

This game blew my mind when I bought it: but the on line multi player is just pitiful. There's no fun in it any more: the lag from hosts, the irritating migrating system, the amount of 10 year old kids all contribute to a really horrible multi player experience. This is probably the #1 selling point furthermore: the maps an such themselves are great, but the fact they do nothing to solve these irritating multi player problems. That really drags it down to 6/10, for a good multi player all-round fantastic online and offline campaign, ass well as fun co-op, Battlefield 3 is far superior.


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