MojoKid writes: "With the original Call of Duty Black Ops, Treyarch wanted to prove that it wasn't the "underdog" of the Call of Duty series. They set out to prove that they can deliver titles as good, or better, than Infinity Ward. With Black Ops II, the developer wanted to up the ante — and by all accounts, they have. Black Ops II brings a lot to the table. It offers a refreshing single-player campaign that adds a bit of complexity and consequence to the mix as well as a multiplayer mode that doesn't stray from its proven formula but adds flair in weapons load-outs and new, lush battle environments. And then there's the game's seriously-improved zombie mode, that fans of previous COD titles will undoubtedly enjoy, including zombie campaign where up to 8 players work together to get through each level and not succumb to a bite from the undead."