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Submitted by Pozzle 564d ago | opinion piece

What Your Favourite Call Of Duty Game Says About You

WC: Yes, this article will poke fun at the Call of Duty culture. Yes, some of you will be upset at me and probably wall hack the crap out of me. I’m ok with this. Also, many of the Call of Duty games are so similar that I’m not going to address them (the first 3 games improve upon each other but really aren’t their own games like later games in the series, a problem many games that follow a certain historical event run into). However, I will do my best to at least please 17% of everyone who reads this article. (Call of Duty, Culture)

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