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Trophy list revealed for Call of Duty: Black Ops - Declassified

Gentlemen, start your fragging

Product: Call of Duty: Black Ops - Declassified | Developer: nStigate Games | Publisher: Activision Blizzard | Genre: Shooter | Networking: wireless (adhoc), wireless (network)
For: PS Vita
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The Call of Duty franchise is poised to make its first foray onto the PlayStation Vita next week, and a recently posted trophy list indicates that it will have plenty of challenges to offer players.

Before we progress, we'll answer the question on the minds of Vita trophy hunters: Yes, there's a platinum trophy.

Most of the 34 available trophies are of the expected variety (clear level X without taking damage, kill X enemies with headshots, and so forth) and carry pithy names like 'The Sound of One Hand Capping' and 'The Sky Is Mauling!'.

Noticeably absent, however, are trophies specifically for the multiplayer portion of the game.

A real trophy case

This is an interesting omission, as Robert Huebner – the CEO of Nihilistic Software which developed Black Ops - Declassified – has said that the focus of the game will be "…not about the big campaign storyline and huge cinematics" but that "…it's more focused on the multiplayer essence of Call of Duty."

Exophase has the complete list of trophies available by category here, but for those looking for a quick idea of what to expect check out some of the highlights below.

No More Worlds to Conquer (Platinum)
Earn all available Trophies for Call of Duty: Black Ops - Declassified.

Can't Beat Fresh Meat (Bronze)
Start Operations mode on any difficulty.

Bang for Your Buck (Silver)

Kill 4 enemies with a single grenade in any Operation.

Cut and Run (Silver)
Melee 5 enemies in a row in any Operation.

Been Around the Block (Bronze)
Complete all Operations on any difficulty.

Some Quality Time (Bonze)
Complete all Time Trial missions on any difficulty.

Hostile Witness (Gold)
Survive to wave 13 in Hostiles mode.

Blood and Guts (Gold)
Earn 3 stars in each Operation.

Call of Duty: Black Ops – Declassified will come out on November 13th for the PS Vita, launching on the same day as Call of Duty: Black Ops II does for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.


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Matthew Diener 6 November 2012
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@forestdemons | 23:34 - 6 November 2012
I would not mind the game being multiplayer focused but I don't see why the multiplayer needs to be so scaled back. I don't mind the number of players so much as it is wifi but....

6 levels, less weapons and less killstreaks does not seem like a focus on anything except rushing out a bastardized version of COD. It would have been better to take black ops 1 and port all of the multiplayer and all of the DLC for that game. Add in some new Vita only levels and all the Zombie stuff. Do the single player as they have now. It just seems bare bones and rushed in concept and the fact that there is no decent footage or promotion of the game tells its own story.

The main problem being that this is not an ios version for 5.99. Its the same price as Black Ops 2. That is one aspect they have not scaled back, the price.

I hope I am wrong as I would love a quality FPS on the Vita.