PS Vita Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified Limited Edition Wi-Fi Bundle - PlayStation Vita
- All-in-one Limited Edition bundle includes PS Vita Wi-Fi system, Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified Game, and 4GB Memory Card
- Call of Duty gaming experience in the palm of your hands. Only on the PlayStation Vita system
- Classic Call of Duty multiplayer experience (up to 4v4) with friends on Wi-Fi
- Ultimate control in targeting your enemies with Dual Analog Sticks
- Throw grenades and melee, using the high-definition 5" OLED touch screen
- Platform: PlayStation Vita
- ESRB Rating: Mature
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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Bridging The Storyline Between The Original Call Of Duty: Black Ops And This Year’S Highly Anticipated Follow-Up, Call Of Duty: Black Ops Ii, Call Of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified Explores Original Fiction In The Series, Told Through A Collection Of Single Player Operations. A Playstation Vita Exclusive Title, Call Of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified Brings Classic Call Of Duty-Style Gameplay To Gamers On-The-Go, Offering A Console Gaming Experience Anytime, Anywhere. The Title Features Intense 4V4 Multiplayer Action Across Fan Favorite Modes And Features, Including Care Packages, Create-A-Class, Killstreaks, Perks, And Even Prestige Mode. And With Touch Screen And "Near" Features, Call Of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified Puts The Adrenaline-Rush Action Of Call Of Duty In The Palm Of Your Hands. Features: • Wi-Fi-Enabled 4 V 4 Multiplayer Gameplay On Franchise Favorite Modes, Including Free-For-All, Kill Confirmed, Team Deathmatch And Dropzone, All Tailored For The Ps Vita System. • Utilize Classic Call Of Duty Multiplayer Features Like Care Packages, Challenges, Create-A-Class, Killstreaks, Perks, Prestiging, Xp And More. • Choose From Lethal And Tactical Grenades, And A Variety Weapons And Attachments. • An Exclusive Installment In The Call Of Duty: Black Ops Series Told Through A Series Of Single Player Objective-Based Operations, Along With Survival And Time Trial Missions. • Touch Screen Controls For Tossing Grenades And Melee Attacks Bring The Power Of Ps Vita Into Your Hands
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An exceptionally powerful system, in every way superior to all of it's competition and can do most of what a PS3 can do, and that is high, high praise for a handheld. The display is stunning, I want my next TV to be OLED, because it's that incredible. The joysticks improve game play over the PSP and the multiple touchscreens at first seem gimmicky, but with use are easy to love. Really the biggest issue that the Vita faces is whether or not games producers will continue to buy in. With smart phones being capable of so much, a handheld that does gaming and a few apps doesn't look to be as appealing against an iPhone or Andriod. However, the quality of the game play offered on the Vita is light years ahead of any phone on the market. Any real gamer will know the difference instantly.
Call of Duty on the other hand is quite a let down. The graphics are great but gameplay is too compromised, the missions too short and doesn't have zombies. Get the Lego: Batman 2 edition or Assassin's Creed for a much more positive experience.
On a side note: The Vita will need a bigger chip than 4GB if you plan on downloading games. It's 1-2 fullsize games per chip.
Another thing that bothers me is the price of the Vita memory cards. As the usual Sandisk memory card won't work for it you need special "Sony" only memory cards. For a standard 32GB card costs over $100!
That said I expect to pay about $40 or so for the games... Come on Sony memory is cheep!!! Well your at it hopefully someone could give Apple the same memo.
I digress the system itself is a blast! Call of duty really great game choice for the starter pack! Controls are easy to use. Screen is a great size, game sticks VS UMD's loading time is cut in half. That said Vita cards are just a little bit larger then the memory cards. Easy to lose if your not careful! Sony provides you with a 4GB memory stick, trust me just go out and by a 32GB memory stick.
System fits well in my hands dispite the bigger everything. Bigger isn't always better but in this case it is. I suggest buying a case for the Vita and it's accessories.
Over all it's a fun! It's over priced but I'm still happy with it thus far. Hoping more games come out for it first gen games arn't bad they are limited. If there is a memory card price drop or they allow 3rd party vendors to make memory cards for this system. I could see it getting a higher review from me anyway.
Fun, over priced, limited for the moment!
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The only time it's NOT comfortable (or fun) is when a game forces me to use the touch screen, whereupon I'm forced to awkwardly start bumbling with the screen (or even worse, the back touch interface) with one hand, while I hang onto the console with my other hand. It's my hope that Sony will stop forcing gamers to use these awkward touch schemes. Why on earth would they develop such perfect physical controls for their handheld, and then ignore them at times? If we want to play games with touch, there are dozens of options- Kindle Fire, iPad, smart phones, etc. The Vita can and should be the ALTERNATIVE to everything else, not one more touch device that will be lost in a sea of similar devices. I can't begin to describe the frustration I felt when I was forced to use touch while playing "Golden Abyss" or "Mutant Blobs from Space". I actually had to stop playing the latter game, because I couldn't adjust to the touch portions, and they brought the fun factor to a screeching halt for me.
Now back to the good stuff... The 5" OLED screen is stunning. You really can't appreciate its vibrancy or effectiveness until you hold a Vita in your hands, and you'll most likely be surprised by its size (it seems way bigger than the PSP). Also nice is the fact that despite this large screen, the Vita easily fits into a front pants pocket, and it's rather light in weight.
As for the games that I've played, they've been truly impressive, though I haven't yet seen anything that I think is quite on par with the PS3 from a technical perspective. Nonetheless, the performance that has been crammed into this handheld is downright mind boggling. I have very high hopes for the future of the Vita, and I'm confident that it can succeed, while bringing a great deal of fun to gamers- so long as it utilizes the brilliant physical controls that are its trump card, and leaves the touch stuff to other devices.