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Defeating George A. Romero in Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies "Call of the Dead"

Updated on July 15, 2017
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George A. Romero in Venice of 2011
George A. Romero in Venice of 2011 | Source

Who is George A. Romero?

George A. Romero is often considered as the father of all things zombies. He is the writer and director of the first "modern day zombie" movie, "The Night of the Living Dead" (1968). He has written and directed many horror films as well, including the many sequels that followed in "The Night of the Living Dead" franchise.

This makes George A. Romero the perfect choice for the boss enemy in Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies "Call of The Dead" map, starring along side horror genre stars, Danny Trejo (Machete, Dusk till Dawn), Michael Rooker (The Walking Dead), Sara Michelle Geller (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), and Robert Englund ( A Nightmare on Elm Street).

If you want to learn more about George A. Romero, or research his amazing works, check out his page on IMDb. There you can discover his biography, Filmography, as well as some useful links to other sites and famous horror directors.


How to Defeat George A. Romero in Black Ops Zombies "Call of the Dead"

Defeating the demonic director, George A. Romero, in the new Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies map, "Call of the Dead", can be easy if you have the right weapons, plenty of patience, and of course...lots and lots of ammo!

So, how do you kill this deadly, director of the living dead? It can be easy, or it can take you all day, depending on which weapon you choose to take him down with. It was originally rumored that only the Pack-a-punched VR-11 would kill him, but in reality, any weapon in the game will suffice!

The best weapons in the game to use are the new wonder weapon, the Scavenger, or the classic, Pack-a-punched, Ray Gun. With enough power to take out good ole George A. Romero in just 1 1/2 clips, the explosive Scavenger is your sure-fire way to take him out fast! You will know he is close to dead when his glowing stage light starts flashing orange and eventually fizzles out.

Once you achieve victory, a very sad, George, will walk away, leaving behind for you the most lovely of gifts---a free, random Perk-a-Cola, as well as the destructive Death Machine!

Unfortunately, George returns the following round just as miserable and sensitive as ever. That can be a good thing if you want to stock up on points and free perks. After-all, how are you supposed to survive all of those living dead zombies?

(If you plan on using a measly shotgun or M-14 rifle, you will probably not survive the new breed of psycho, sprinter zombies. So, acquiring a more powerful weapon is highly recommended).

George Romero vs. the Scavenger

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      VampircJAD 7 years ago

      Well it takes me a full clip of the Hyena Infra-Dead to take him out. But you may or may not know this but George is also supposed to have 400,000 of health per player so that's probably why it takes my team a full clip of the Hyena and some ray-guns to take him out. I just love the Scavenger. Especially avfter being upgraded except that I don't like the upraded vision to much. I also heard that an upgraded sniper can help damage him with headshots. Also the VR-11 doesn't necessarily kill him it just makes him retreat for a few rounds. Anyway's thanks for the info.

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