Overall it’s impressive how many experiences they have packed inside Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War. You get a full-fledged, amazing singleplayer campaign, a more than decent multiplayer, endless zombie fights, and a silly twin-stick shooter bundled together. Not all of them are perfect, but somehow it all still holds up pretty good.
The post-Brexit dystopian London is exactly the right amount of craziness and fun I was expecting from a Watch Dogs game. Even though the original recipe hasn't changed a lot in the past few years, you can see the progress they made with Watch Dogs: Legion, polishing the game with every iteration.
The effort put into remaking this game is remarkable, and the outcome is far more than I could have ever hoped for. It contains a plethora of content that will keep you occupied for months. Even if you finish collecting all in-game items, you can always relax with your friends in an online skating session.
If you are an old fan of the game, I sincerely recommend you to pick up this game and relieve one of the most iconic Call of Duty campaigns. And if you weren’t playing when MW2 was originally released and you know nothing about this game, I can only say: go get it NOW!
Zombie Army 4 is incredibly fun, especially when playing with friends, but I feel it could feature slightly more content. The good thing is that the developer promised us a handful of new maps. Until then, I will be polishing my weapons and I will keep throwing molotov cocktails at zombies.
I would certainly advise hardcore fans of the series to pick this game up, as the overall experience feels more polished than ever. Even if you are not a COD fan, this might be the perfect time to jump in the universe, meet Captain Price, and crush your enemies.