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Kelvinz10 said: I'm feeling quite weird because they're making it in the future.
lozz21 said: Reminds me of BF2142. I don't like CoD except their campaign is pretty fun. It barely looks any different from the other games, only a theme change. I find the multiplayer really repetitive and boring.
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Xolutiionz said: The concept of CoD games really has it aim at the "younger" generation. I think its a smart move by Treyarch. Every company really tries its best to squeeze every single drip of juice out of call of duty frenchize.
I doubt BO2 it will have alot of changes to it since the capability of consoles like PS3 and XBOX360 are limited these days, we probably wont be seeing alot of different things.
kinglonewolf said: And people call EA bad and yet they don't even look at the destruction call of duty has done to the gaming world and the market.
Addice said: kinglonewolf said: And people call EA bad and yet they don't even look at the destruction call of duty has done to the gaming world and the market.
What about what EA has done to the gaming world? Buying small developers just to get the rights to their IPs and then milking the franchise only to dismantle the developer after they have milked it dry. How about how EA punishes consumers who want to buy second hand games? I don't see Call of Duty forcing people to buy an online pass to play their games. You know what games do force you to buy an online pass ... Battlefield 3, FIFA 12, Madden, NCAA Football. How about forcing people to buy their game by licensing the sport so there is no competition. 2k sports was killing EA and then EA was able to get a deal with the NFL for exclusive right which meant it cut 2k out of official football games. Is that not harmful to the gaming industry? Doesn't that destroy the market? How is this helping the gaming world at all. CoD and Activision are not perfect in the least and I will never say they are. Can't both companies be greedy? You know it helps if you write examples to prove a point.
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