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  • DR0D - September 5, 2012 7 a.m.

    I've enjoyed call of duty I've only played a few but I'm excited about black ops 2 but I haven't seen anything about call of duty elite is black ops 2 gunna have it's own or is the current one going to get updated or nothing at all I'd like to know.
  • LGN_Shorty - May 7, 2012 6:40 a.m.

    I have this on preorder and I have it halfway paid for. I don't miss a Call Of Duty. I am not a fan of the modern warfare series but I still bought them to give them a chance. G
  • SpiritTemple - May 6, 2012 4:49 p.m.

    Call Of Duty forever! <3
  • SpiritTemple - May 6, 2012 4:48 p.m.

    I'll be getting it day one, just like all the other people on here claiming to 'hate' Call Of Duty, I wonder if it will beat MW3's first day sales of 8 million.
  • ryan-figueroa-parsons - May 5, 2012 8:07 p.m.

    i dont want another halo i want REALISTIC warfare, yeah the games still have respawns n other stuff that doenst happen in real life but really? robots? tanks with legs? is treyarch THAT desperate? *facepalm* i personally think that mw3 was the best so far and occasinally go back to black ops mp but i do not think i will buy this game.
  • Leroy Jenkins - May 4, 2012 4:09 p.m.

    I want this game MOSTLY because of zombies >.< ... But the new features don't look too bad either...
  • LGN_Shorty - May 4, 2012 9:57 a.m.

    I am a call of duty fan. I have played the series since call of duty finest hour. I have liked most of them. But MW2 and MW3 are to alike MW4 and have no real new innovation. I personally like the games by Treyarch better. I know that I am in the minority on this. Its a personal preference. I like where they are going with this. It seems to be a step forward in my opinion. All the complaining about a new engine is getting old. I am not saying I disagree, but the engine works. The graphics look ok. they are not the best. but honestly that is not what they are after. They want a fast paced game, that has 60 fps. If you want great graphics and a good game then go to Battlefield 3. I like that game and people give EA so much credit for that. I admit that they do make changes on things but for the most part battlefield 2, Medal of honor(2010), and Battlefield 3 are the same game. MOH and BF3 are riddled with mic issues that they haven't fixed. The only difference in the Frostbite and Frostbite engine's is the graphics. Everything else is pretty much the same. and guess what the biggest changes is in how you change your weapons load outs. I like all the previously mentioned games. I know what to expect from each one each time they come out with a new game. I am somewhat ok with that. I have come to expect the biggest changes to be made only when the console generation changes. Every game has things about it that you like and things that you don't. You just have to weigh the pros and cons and make a decision on if you want to play it or not. Enjoy them for what they are. Nothing is perfect. But as far as COD is concerned I would have loved to see them keep in the Vietnam and cold war eras. I love to see History involved in games. Just game and enjoy.
  • drake-wayne - May 3, 2012 8:05 p.m.

    Can't wait! No second chance! I love these games, mostly the guns. I just got a M4 like in the game http://www.airsplat.com/airsoft-video-games.htm and they have a bunch of other guns from different games.
  • vin-howard - May 3, 2012 5:10 p.m.

    I had to make an account just to thank this writer for giving me so many lol's "the developer is working on making its version of the future as plausible as possible without venturing into “pew, pew” sci-fi" I played the MW3 campaign; since when did the current CoD care about "plausible" and not go for the "pew, pew"? "main characters from the first Black Ops make a return, including Alex Mason and Frank Woods" ok, I'm not going to condemn them on this cheep tactic, since a lot of "fans" do whine when you try to change the characters (example: "Darker than Black" Gemini of the Meteor"); it's your own damn fault that writers do this "Multiplayer will be take full advantage of the future setting’s weapons, gadgets and technology, which will hopefully offer an entirely new experience." aka, it will be re-skinned; instead of flasbangs, you will have flash balls; they...err... do the same exact thing as flashbangs, but they are a futuristic looking ball! I also see they have the same ugly looking MP maps :/ "we saw a walker drone’s leg get blown off by a sniper bullet – stopping the walker’s mobility. Then another shot to the drone’s unarmored “soft” points exploded the robot completely." that's something even a brand new programmer can do; and it's a tactic used in gaming since almost the dawn of gaming "Rather than having a completely linear story campaign, Treyarch is taking a choose-your-own-adventure style approach with a branching storyline" they can't even do a good linear story "Treyarch games always seemed a notch below Infinity Ward’s Modern Warfare titles in terms of visuals" how can you get any lower than IW's graphics?!
  • Jedipimp0712 - May 3, 2012 6:14 p.m.

    ha ha, Vin, I completely agree. I think after this title, the COD series should just stop for a while. Infinity Ward (and now Sledgehammer Games) should definitely think of a new IP. Unfortunately most people that play COD are under the age of 18, and all they want to see is something straight from a Michael Bay film. If they really wanted to impress me, they should not release a COD title for the now 6th year in a row. Also, the vehicles are going to destroy any type of enjoyment out of this title. Remember the asshats that would camp in tanks in WAW? I would also like to add, that if I wanted to play a good Zombie themed game, I would go play Left4Dead. It is even faster paced, and actually is beatable. If I wanted to play an amazing military shooter, I could go play CS 1.6, or CSS (Battlefield 3 is also superior, I believe, to MW3). The futuristic warfare also has a similar title that I could play instead, it's called Ghost Recon. The strike force aspect is somewhat interesting, but again: have you ever played Toy Soldiers, which has a very similar "commander/soldier" mechanic. As a side note as well, they have been working with basically the same game engine since COD2, hence the outdated graphics.
  • Leroy Jenkins - May 4, 2012 4:13 p.m.

    So much butthurt in one comment.
  • avnv - May 2, 2012 9:53 p.m.

    Oh boy, Brown Shooter 2012 and people already think this one is going to be different. What a joke.
  • Doctalen - May 2, 2012 8:06 p.m.

    Well isn't this a shocker. Every time I think I've gotten tired of Call of Duty completely, something like this happens. I guess I am a reluctant fanboy. I applaud Treyach, if they continue this idea of story options in their future games, I have a feeling that they have the potential to make Call Duty a full blown RPG experience, akin to Mass Effect 2's choices. All of this must wait till the release of Black Ops 2, if it either gets over-hyped or if it fails dramatically, I doubt Treyach will be persuaded to make another attempt like Black Ops 2.
  • Pwnz0r3d - May 2, 2012 7:16 p.m.

    Holy shit. I'm actually interested in the campaign. Treyarch's additions are the only ones that dont deserve premature hate, because we don't know what to expect from them. Look at how they totally reinvented the franchise with Blop's multiplayer! With IW, they literally release the same shit every 2 years. THEY'RE the ones that deserve the "same shit different day" crap. Honestly, this game is now under my radar. While "choices" is a totally loose term that could just mean the red or blue button (no that wasn't a jab at ME3) or something that has real meaning, I'm at least excited to know that Treyarch actually cares enough about their conspiracy laden story to give it this much. Sandbox play? Sure its nothing like Fallout or anything, but its something that not only gives you more to do with new characters, but actually affects the storyline whether or not your successful (and even then, failure isn't a restart mission sequence, you've fucked and you gotta live with it). Even as someone who's hated what CoD has become, I'm totally eager to hear more. This is the shot in the arm the series needed. And don't even get me started on my excitement for Zombies.
  • Moondoggie1157 - May 2, 2012 7:07 p.m.

    Well, I'm sure I'll get the "hurr call of duty suckzors durr" jokes thrown my way, but whatever, fuck it. I don't have an interest in the campaign, but I am seriously fucking stoked for the zombies, that in itself is worth the purchase price. More than 4 people? Hellz yes.
  • rudy-lopez - May 2, 2012 6:35 p.m.

    if you don't like it just don't buy it. end of story.
  • robotdickens - May 2, 2012 5:08 p.m.

    I may actually buy this one.
  • cjw415 - May 2, 2012 4:03 p.m.

    crazy awesome!!! But, what's with all the typos GR?
  • ChangingtheSpectrum - May 2, 2012 4:01 p.m.

    Only buying it for the zombies, and not ashamed to admit it. The multiplayer and campaign are completely horrible, but zombies is fantastic. With a group of friends, it's one of the funnest games you'll ever play. I hope Takeo is still in it, though.
  • river-reifenrath - May 2, 2012 4:43 p.m.

    How do you know it will suck? The game isn't even out and you are just hating. You can't base one opinion about campaign or mutliplayer on a previous game. That is like saying that CoD: Mw3's multiplayer will be like CoD: Mw2's multiplayer. Which it isn't even similar. So give the game a chance before making a bias opinion.

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