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article imageReview: 'Annihilation & Escalation'-DLC Was Better Never Than Late Special

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By Stan Rezaee
Nov 15, 2012 in Technology
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Gamers who have the bad luck of owning a MAC are in for a treat with the ‘Annihilation & Escalation Content Pack’, the second DLC for ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops’.
Annihilation & Escalation-DLC is a port of two DLC combined that adds eight new multiplayer maps and two new zombie levels.
For zombie fans; the DLC will also include the mini-game, Call of the Dead. This has gamers fighting waves of zombies on a remote island with Sarah Michelle Gellar, Robert Englund, Michael Rooker, and Danny Trejo
Unfortunately the new maps and zombie map the fails to add any redeeming concept to Black Ops.
Annihilation & Escalation-DLC suffers from the same flaws that plagued the Rezurrection-DLC and Call of Duty: Black Ops; this is a port of a game that was released on the PC and every major console two years ago.
Hence it is going to be difficult for a MAC gamer to brag about “fragging noobs” on Black Ops when every other gamer is bragging about their status on Black Ops II or Modern Warfare 3.
The only reason to even get Black Ops for the MAC would for the single player campaign (assuming one lacks an actual gaming console), which would make this DLC completely redundant.
Its been two years and gamers have either moved on to Black Ops II, are still hooked on Modern Warfare 3, or have gotten bored with the series and moved on to another game. Sometimes it is better never than late.
Final Score: 2/5
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