We all love Call of Duty, and we all love playing it. If only there was some way to take the awesomeness of Call of Duty: Black Ops with us on some sort of handheld device. What’s that, developer n-Space? We can?
“Call of Duty: Black Ops for the Nintendo DS is going to take the handheld Call of Duty experience to a new level,” Dan O’Leary, n-Space Studio Head said in a prepared statement that doesn't sound at all like puffed-up ad copy. “From taking the controls of an attack helicopter to flying an experimental stealth fighter jet, players will have a wealth of new features to [utilize].”
Call of Duty: Black Ops for the DS will also feature 6 player multiplayer (complete with a perk system), and 2 player co-op, as well as arcade and challenge modes.
The developer promises that Co-op mode will boast a campaign that is totally separate from the single player campaign, and offers many more opportunities for players to utilize specific weapons in single player; specifically sniper rifles and shotguns.
With CoD:BODS be able to buck the hand cramping interface or the performance issues of the other Call of Duty titles on the DS? n-Space feels confident that it will. In addiction to the classic stylus aiming controls, the developer is adding an alternate button-only interface to those who found the original interface uncomfortable.
Call of Duty: Black Ops for the DS will release November 9th, 2010.
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