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Submitted by PockyKing 969d ago | opinion piece

Does "Call of Duty" Promote a Strong Moral and Ethical Code?

OnlySP: In order to answer this question, surely there’s no better person to ask than that of someone who has served in the SAS, won the Distinguished Combat Medal, and is one of the British Army’s most highly decorated soldier’s of all time. (Call of Duty Series, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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