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
CIA Declassified - Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified - Netflix
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.
CIA Declassified - Gameplay - Netflix
Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified makes use of the Vita's dual-analog sticks, touch screen and rear touch pad. These include the ability to hold your breath using the rear touch pad. The ability to throw grenades is similar to Resistance: Burning Skies in that the front touch screen is used. The ability to melee is achieved by swiping or touching anywhere on the touch screen. An all new mode called 'Hostiles' has been added, in which the player is pitted against 4 different waves of enemies. Nihilistic has confirmed that a Zombies mode would not be included with the game at launch. During Gamescom 2012, when Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified was shown, the graphics were criticized. Nihilistic responded by improving the visuals of the game with improved lighting, better models of enemies and guns, and better textures.
CIA Declassified - References - Netflix