Busting Call of Duty’s Ghosts

Activision are gearing up for Call of Duty 2013. Because nothing spells a commitment to quality and definitely not just pushing whatever’s ready by then out the door like locking down the release date half a year in advance so you can advertise it harder.

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If you ever need to choose between Battlefield and Call of Duty:

– In Battlefield it’s still possible to be top of the winning team without killing a single enemy. (My assault-medic could steer a Tank like a sports car and took more points than Pac-Man)

– In Call of Duty you can be automatically instantly killed if someone on the enemy team unlocks a certain item.

I go with the “my skill level actually affects each interaction” game.

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