The Black Ops Declassified Vita bundle will not contain a physical copy of the game, according to a report on Videogamer. Instead, it will contain a code to download the game through the PS Store. The bundle will also come with a 4GB memory card, and while it’s unknown how large the game file is, many retail games on PSN can be 2GB or larger. Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified is being developed by Nihilistic, and is out in November. Thanks, MCV.
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Black Ops Declassified Bundle
Black Ops: Declassified
Best Buy has revealed its Black Friday deals – yes, it’s that time of year already. Customers can pick up the the 250GB Xbox 360 Holiday Bundle, which includes Skyrim and Forza 4 Essentials Edition and one month of Xbox LIVE Gold for $200 – which is a $100 discount. There’s also a Black Ops: […]
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