Drawing from recently declassified documents from the CIA and insider accounts from the agents who were there, CIA Declassified peels back the curtain to tell the real stories behind the manhunts and covert operations that delivered lethal justice.
Runtime: 50 minutes
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Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified is a 2012 first-person shooter video game, developed by nStigate Games and published by Activision for the PlayStation Vita. The game was announced at Sony's Electronic Entertainment Expo conference. The game features single player, multiplayer, and hostile modes, with the game taking place between Call of Duty: Black Ops, and its sequel, Black Ops II. Black Ops: Declassified became notable for negative reception shortly after its release.
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Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified received negative reviews upon release, holding average scores of 33% at GameRankings based on 42 reviews, and 33/100 at Metacritic based on 58 reviews. Game Informer's Dan Ryckert called the game “appalling”. Giant Bomb's Jeff Gerstmann cited it as a “disjointed mess”, criticizing the awkward touch-based controls, glitches causing enemies to get stuck on level geometry, and multiplayer maps “so tiny that you'll literally spawn with an enemy in your crosshairs”. Daniel Rutledge of 3 News said that the single player campaign was less than an hour long, describing it as “terrible value for money”. Peter Willington of Pocket Gamer was also unimpressed, calling it “a massive middle finger to the fans”. The video game was panned by critics and became one of the worst of all time. Despite the negative reception, the game debuted at position 16th in UK sales chart, making it the second biggest game debut on the PlayStation Vita in 2012, the first being Assassin's Creed III: Liberation.
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