This…This would have been like, enormous news seven years ago. Right? But I’m not sure anyone really give that much of a fuck about Call of Duty anymore. I’ll buy it with my general malaise, as I am inclined to do everywhere. But DLC, no DLC right at its release. Don’t really matter to me. How about you?
New Call of Duty. I’m always sold. It’s my yearly installment of overwrought, bro-culture fecaltainment. No apologies, but no delusions. For this installment I’m doubly sold. First true next-gen installment. Vaguely futuristic setting. Kevin Spacey in a leading role? Blathering Underwood-esque about democracy? Fuck yes.
The bad news: it appears that we’re not getting Black Ops 3 this year. The good news: it is because Activision has switched the franchise’s different series over to three-year development cycles.
Another year, another Call of Duty. This newest one is reportedly by Infinity Ward, and subtitled Ghosts. Makes sense, since IW has been on that every-other-year grind for a while, and Ghosts is nice and mysterious.
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Happy belated Veteran’s day everyone. Its one of my favorite holidays. Even the most liberal of douchebags shut up and let the Military have their day. The armed forces have been great to my family and friends (and freedom) over the years. I’ve often said that I don’t have the right stuff to serve. I’m too much of an independent thinker and I don’t like absolute authority being lorded over me. However, if I did have to serve, this is the squad of folks I’d want around me.
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Is this the official poster for Black Ops 2? It would make sense. It’s about that time of the year again when Activision pulls apart its slimy cheeks and begins to show the world the cresting head of the latest Call of Duty iteration.