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This review is from: Call of Duty: Black Ops III - PlayStation 4
Pros: SPLIT SCREEN EVERYTHING. This was the #1 reason I bought the game (not a huge COD fan, at least not since MW3). My wife wanted to start playing games with me, so I tried to find split screen games for us to play. This was one of the few that I've found that offered split screen on more than just local play.
Campaign isn't the same cookie cutter maps as the last few COD titles, more vertical play and more options to choose (go left/right, etc.).
This pack came with the NukeTown map, which was a nice little bonus.
The new unlock system is nice, you can choose to focus unlocks on weapons/gear you want, and ignore the ones you don't want.
Cons: None so far, at least nothing non-functional about the game. See Other for more thoughts.
Other Thoughts: Multiplayer matchmaking is still lousy, but that's nothing new. Starting off against high Prestige players makes for a few frustrating rounds when you're still unlocking the first tier of weapons/gadgets.
The game is disc-based, and you will need it in the PS4 to play. I've tried some of the "uninstall and download back from the library" trick, which has worked on other disc-based games. However, no luck for this one. It's not a bad thing, it's just a tad bit annoying having to swap the disc out with movies (maybe I'm just lazy).
Pros: Decent size, no huge heat spreaders.
Have yet to have a DOA or failure after purchasing several sets of these over the months.
Cons: None so far.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Included power supply - the 450 Watts is more than enough to run a workstation desktop or small server (I use them for register terminals in small businesses).
Two fans, one 120mm in front and an 80mm in back, provide adequate airflow for the case. Not enough for a gaming rig or anything, but the average house or work computer will be fine.
Cabling - the USB and front panel cables are long enough to plug in without any issues.
Cons: Had some minor issues with quality here and here (see other), but otherwise nothing.
Other Thoughts: I've purchased about 60 of these cases in the past year for various desktop and small server builds, and have only had 2 that needed an RMA (one for DOA power supply, and one for damage during shipment). So overall, their quality has been pretty decent. I'd definitely recommend this case if you plan on building a small computer or mini-server.READ FULL REVIEW