Black is a first-person shooter developed by Criterion Games and Electronic Arts and released on February 24, 2006. The game’s storyline is somewhat complicated and odd (as far as I could tell). Now let’s talk about gameplay. The game places you in the role of the main character, allowing you to feel the most realistic effects of the explosion in the game, which are meticulously detailed according to how they would sound in a film. You will be required to complete certain responsibilities such as eliminating foes, gathering intelligence, and destroying opposing bases.
In this game, you can only carry two weapons at once. Selecting the correct weapon is quite crucial in this game. Be wary because enemy troops may appear from any direction when there are too many of them; explosives bags scattered on the ground should be observed. You have the option of instantly bombing or having to bomb without switching weapons. This is a unique aspect of the game. Each stage comes with a cut scene, and after each stage, you will receive a prize based on the challenge level, allowing you to acquire new weapons.