Watch The Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 – Villain Trailer

Back in May in our initial look at Black Ops 2, I said “it’s a bit disturbing to see a plot that seems to depict the plight of the 99 Percent is nothing more than a con for power hungry people.” This was based on very scant information about anything other than the game‘s interesting mechanics. Now, however, we see a bit more of the primary villain, Raul Menendez and alas, it still looks like it’s going to be a somewhat disturbing take on today’s class politics.

Here’s the latest trailer.

Still, I could be wrong and my politics aside, the game still looks surprisingly interesting. What do you all think? Sound off in comments.

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2 Comments on Watch The Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 – Villain Trailer


On July 10, 2012 at 5:31 pm

Another generic COD. Big bad guy does bad stuff, you must stop him. Sounds familiar. They should be selling this game for $20 dollars, seeing as they come out with them faster than other games get expansion packs. Also the graphics are utter crap. If i wanted COD4 graphics I would go play it.


On July 11, 2012 at 7:21 am

does nothing for me, I have played all the other CODs – nextgen and older. I will not get it, I may redbox it for the main story just to do that, but I have wasted to much money on this series. I’m all for a game of black ops storyline, but don’t like the “future” jump. You add robots and its a whole new COD, no thanks. I will play other games this time around. Not a big treyarc fan, and I probably will be done with cod unless they actually do something good. COD4 was great, cod:mw alright, cod:mw2 borderline, black ops – ok. I see a trend here, you spent time on COD4, and some time on MW, but then started to push out games like your the mom of the Dugger family. You can’t keep up, you just can’t