First Impressions: Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

Oh, Call of Duty, helping gamers blow off steam since 2003. This month we got the newest installment in the Black Ops series, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, and it doesn’t suck! Now, to be fair, I haven’t genuinely enjoyed a COD title since Black Ops 1, but I think we can all agree there have been quite a few ups and downs (and downs and downs) in the past; it’s refreshing to genuinely look forward to a COD game again.
This new iteration of Black Ops comes with four game modes: Multiplayer, Blackout, Zombies, and Solo Missions. The Multiplayer and Zombies modes are nothing new, although I’ll admit to loving the current Zombie maps and theme, and the Multiplayer feels like home, now that we’re back from space; the “newness” comes from the Blackout and Solo Missions modes. If you’ve spent any time with PUBG, Blackout mode will look very familiar to you, because that’s precisely what it is. As far as I can tell, Blackout is PUBG with some polish and a more user-friendly menu system. You can play by yourself, or with up to four friends in a battle royale of as many as 100 players. The landscape isn’t extremely imaginative, and you could easily forget which game you were playing if it weren’t for the gear drops, but it’s still pretty dang fun. Solo Missions seems to take the place of our campaign, as Black Ops 4 lacks an official story. During Solo, you get to meet and learn how to use each of the 10 Specialists in the game. For people like me, who are extraordinarily rusty, this is a perfect way to get used to how each person handles and how to most effectively use them.
Thus far, I am really enjoying Black Ops 4. I need to get to know it a little better, as there is still a lot to unpack, but it’s left an excellent impression. Give me a little more time, and I’ll come back with a full report.
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DC Comics Moves to Censor Iconic Comic Book Art
Wednesday May 01, 2019

After the publication of psychiatrist Fredric Wertham’s book Seduction of the Innocent in 1954, which accused comic books of having a negative impact on the minds of children, publishers opted to create a self-regulating oversight committee over government regulation of comic book content. This committee would be known as the Comics Code Authority. The organization’s...

Max Payne 1 Free Download Game Setup
Tuesday April 02, 2019

Max Payne 1 Free Download Game Setup of action shooter game. It has engaging game plot. Download Max Payne 1 Free in Single direct link. Gameplay Overview of Max Payne 1 Max Payne 1 is a third person shooter game that has been developed by Remedy Entertainment and is published by Gathering of Developers. This...

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You Should Be Watching: Frankenstein Unbound (1990)
Monday October 29, 2018

Welcome back to You Should Be Watching, my weekly recommendation of movie and TV offerings that don’t get the attention they deserve. This week for our last Halloween pick of the year, we’ll be time traveling with John Hurt in Roger Corman’s Frankenstein Unbound. Adapted from the novel of the same name by Brian Aldiss,...

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