The Call of Duty: Black Ops +14 Trainer is a downloadable modification for the Xbox 360 that recreates a Call of Duty: Black Ops - type game in the making. The story revolves around a group of "soldiers" (called" Jackets" in the game) who find themselves stranded in an African jungle after a plane crashes nearby, killing most of their team. Searching for help, they stumble upon a group of scientists using a device called "Chunks" to communicate with the other teams. Once they are recovered, the group is divided up into two groups - one must search for supplies, while the other must protect the secret data from the scientists. There are many action packed missions, where your every decision will matter...
The zombie mode is where the game gets its name from, and that's exactly what you will be doing during your playtime. You have a list of objectives, which are laid out before you. When you go down to a location and are met by one of the dead soldiers (heading somewhere near an objective) the game will prompt you to "zoom out" and inspect the area. If you see blood, you can start picking off the soldier(s) - it really isn't that difficult. Once you've done all the objectives in this mission, the game will move onto the next one, and you'll repeat the process until you've completed all the missions. As you advance through the different missions, you'll find yourself gaining more money and items, allowing you to buy better weapons and perks, as well as additional abilities for your character.
If you're looking for a first-person shooter game with some of the more advanced technology inside of it, then Call of Duty: Black Ops +14 Trainer is the mod for you. While you can get a taste of what Modern Warfare was like, you won't actually be in any of the action. But since it's all been made in first-person perspective, you will get a feel for how everything works, including the gun mechanics. If you enjoyed previous versions, you'll probably be pleasantly surprised at this one, too. It's not a ground breaking title, but it's definitely worth a try, especially if you're a Call of Duty fan.