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Cracka McNasty

Black Ops 2 Panther Emblem

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Good job man, I haven't messed around with the emblem much yet because I didn't check if all of it was unlocked yet, although it appeared to be.

Other than freezing occasionally, the game is absolutely awesome. Much more addictive and enjoyable than MW3, which was a huge disappointment. I never thought I'd end up favoring Treyarch over IW.

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I preordered it last night just to get the nuketown map lol, but damn nice I wish there was a way users could share and download other's emblems

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You should put up steps so we all can rock this while playing....

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Good job man, I haven't messed around with the emblem much yet because I didn't check if all of it was unlocked yet, although it appeared to be.

Other than freezing occasionally, the game is absolutely awesome. Much more addictive and enjoyable than MW3, which was a huge disappointment. I never thought I'd end up favoring Treyarch over IW.

Treyarch won me over with Black Ops 1. I hated World at War, so I was expecting BO to suck pretty hard but that blew me away. I ended up trading in MW2 and MW3 and went back to playing BO until BO2 came out.

Back to the topic at hand...DO WANT.

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Halo 4 has been getting serious time on my Xbox. I was hesitant to buy BO2 in fear that it would be just like MW3 with little change...

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It's way better. They completely changed the whole perks/attachment system. You basically have 10 options to how you want to roll in the match. You could choose to have 6 perks at once, but you'd have to give up attachments like grenades or gun attachments. You can get some real cool combinations.

I think the biggest thing for me is the maps. If the maps suck, nothing else matters. The maps in BO2 are intuitive. There are your choke points where lots of close fights go down and spots for snipers throughout the maps. I feel like they modeled these maps closely after the original BO, which is a great idea.

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