Black Ops: Korean Conflict is the first in a series of action adventure games, based on a real-world scenario. North Korea blatantly conducts a nuclear test despite stern warnings from the US, Japan, South Korea and China.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: Black Ops: Korean Conflict is the first in a series of action adventure games, based on a real-world scenario. With North Korea blatantly conducting a nuclear test despite stern warnings from the US, Japan, South Korea and China, the threat of a full blown offensive to disarm Pyongyang grows. In this action packed game, you play a black-ops special forces ninja operative that has been assigned by an unknown government to deal with North Korea's threat of further developing its controversial weapons of mass destruction programme, a move that could lead to a larger conflict in the far-east and spark of World War III. Use stealth and guise to eliminate highly trained North Korean guards and complete key missions to destroy their nuclear capability.
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