Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, the latest entry in the most successful video game franchise of this generation, is now available worldwide. Not ones to miss a hype bandwagon, Russ and I jump on board. We shoot people in single-player. We shoot people in multiplayer. We shoot undead people in zombies. Then we whine about how they don't make shooters like they used to.
Black Ops 2 is a big game, both in its globetrotting, time-bending narrative and its vast amount of content included on the disc. We try to condense our opinion into a payload of explosions and confusing plot turns. Brace yourself.
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