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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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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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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Jonas Savimbi (voice)
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Tian Zhao (voice)
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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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The Future is Black.

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Action | Sci-Fi | Thriller | War

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This Call of Duty features the choices you can make in the franchise for the first time. See more »

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During the mission "Suffer With Me", which takes place in the 1989 invasion of Panama, US soldiers are seen with M16A1 rifles. The M16A1, which was the standard assault rifle used in Vietnam, had been phased out of service by the late 1980s. During the 1989 Panama invasion, US troops were equipped with the upgraded M16A2. See more »

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Raul Menendez: Martyr me for Cordis Die.
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The Future is Black.
15 November 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

While the future may indeed be black be in this gloomy, believable fiction written by established Hollywood writer David Goyer, the future for the Call of Duty franchise certainly is not. Game developer Treyarch Studios has delivered a game that not only lives up to the franchise's reputation, but is an incredible game overall.

Call of Duty has pioneered the shooting genre for years now, and Black Ops II is a testament to why that is. Sharp, responsive controls; constantly evolving game-play; writing that is both compelling and touching; Black Ops II is an absorbing experience.

The story follows several characters, some from other Call of Duty games, but anything relevant to the plot is recapped in character dialogue. You'll tread in the boots of many different soldiers throughout the course of the game, but you'll slowly realize that if Black Ops II does have a main character, it would be the antagonist, Raul Menendez.

Contrary to the black and white stories typically told by war movies and war video games alike, you will truly sympathize with Menendez as you learn more about him. Maybe he's even right in his cause.

The story is far stronger than any first person shooter should have, and I recommend playing it just for the story. Oh, and the story has several different endings based on player input, so be careful out there! Long time fans of the series will be pleased to see the competitive multi-player seeing its first major advancement in years. There is even a zombies mode that is on par with any action survival game out there. This game is massive.

The future is not black for this franchise if Treyarch Studios keeps making games like this. See you on the battlefield!


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