First off, the video focuses more on producer/director David Goyer (Blade Trinity, Batman Begins) and singer Trent Reznor (who’s also doing the theme music for Black Ops II) and what happens behind the scenes.
Goyer admits that he approached Black Ops II not just as a videogame, but as a “big movie” in some ways. He even states that he could argue that Black Ops II’s story is better than most movies being made today — whoa! Now, that’s some mega-hype right there, no?
We’ll know if Goyer is correct once Black Ops II ships on November 13 for the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3.