How will future historians be sure that Call of Duty: Black Ops II was released in 2012 or thereabouts? Because its campaign had a shootout set to dubstep. It's short. It's a little silly. It's also the perfect time capsule moment.
not surprising, only people who would actually buy call of duty are people who think that dub-step is a legitimate form of music.....when in reality it's just wannabe techno gone horribly wrong.
I hate dubstep. Naturally as soon as I got in the menu for the game, I muted the music and played my own instead.
Thats sad, because the menu music is created by Trent Reznor of Nine inch nails.
No game shall be famous in 2012 without even a lil bit of wub wub ! :D
I love COD but DESPISE dubstep
It's all techno to me. Nothing really has changed since the 1980's (hip-hop,techno,electronica. But everyone want to be the next thing just by giving it a new name.
its just some scene in a dance club, who cares what music it is just shoot people.
I love my rock. From classics to hard; from punk to heavy metal. But I don't mind a little bit of dubstep here and then. There's nothing wrong with the genre. It's a different type of music, and just because you don't like it, doesn't make it terrible nor does it make the people who like it social outcasts.
Dubstep is noisy for the sole reason of being noisy. I belive that to be why many people, myself included, dislike it. I enjoy electronica as well as drum and bass, but hate dubstep. The people who like dubstep aren't social outcasts, it's pop music these days.
Dubstep is nothing like techno. It's more of a Drum & Bass wanna be.
The music starts kicking in again when the shootout starts. That must be one gutsy dj
TBH, I'll take dubstep any day over the Obligatory Rap music we would have gotten anyway. if there is any music that needs to die, it is rap. by far.
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