Twitter user and Kotaku columnist “superannuation” has said some things about the newly-released Call Of Duty Black Ops Declassified for the PS Vita.
If my math is correct, CoD Vita had like a four-five month development cycle.
They didn’t really start development until around when Resistance shipped and wrapped up early last month. So May to October.
These posts probably justify why the game got such bad reviews on Metacritic. Although the game was reveled at E3 and was said to be a portable experience of the Call Of Duty franchise by Jack Tretton, many reviewers are smashing on that quote. In a day and age where most games score between 7-10, Black Ops Declassified has failed that standard exponentially according to many reviewers.
If this is indeed true, then Sony and Activision pretty much knew that the game was not going to be good at all. Also, the mere fact that Activision didn’t even give reviewers a copy of the game before release, is a testimony to its rubbish standard.
Although all these reviews are bad, many people from Reddit and many user Metacritic reviews say that the game is a great addition to your PS Vita collection, but it is not the best-of-the-best PS Vita game.
What do you guys think? Did any of you buy Declassified? If no, will you buy it? If you think the game is bad, who do you blame for all this, Nihilistic for the bad quality or Activision for the short development time? Is it Activision’s fault for lending the Call of Duty name or is it Nihilistic for not caring?
I think that the game should have gotten a higher score than Resistance Burning Skies on Metacritic for having a more deep Multiplayer and the addition of a new mode, Hostiles. Single Player does not par with Resistance’s of course.
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