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Does Call of Duty Really Need Riley the Dog?

Masoud House of DualShockers writes:

"For anyone who fondly remembers Dead to Rights, seeing a dog pop as a companion and teammate in Call of Duty: Ghosts may have brought up some good memories. While I’m sure there were dozens of good technical reasons, I’m sure Jack Slate’s canine sidekick Shadow wasn’t the center of the gameplay for one simple reason: diving through the air, shooting bad guys, and running for your life was way more fun and interesting than playing the video game equivalent of Air Bud."

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DogtagDuke19921105d ago

it doesnt NEED a dog...it just needs SOMETHING. Something NEW....and so the ever-so creative minds at Infinity Ward and Activision put their heads together and brainstormed for a while, and what manifested from that was Riley the dog...no, no gameplay innovations, no major graphical leaps or scale of the firefights....just a dog. A damn dog.

Anon19741105d ago

Like, dig that, Scoob! A talking dog!

Cam9771104d ago

What it needs is a WIIILLLSSSOOOON!
(Who got that reference? This image will help)

kayoss1104d ago

Yes it needs a dog as much as Activision needs to release a Call of duty game every freakin year! *roll eyes*

Braid1105d ago

Yep. So that you can cry when he dies.

brodychet1105d ago

It might be so cliche, that they wait until the next IW game to kill the dog.

But who knows. Cod isn't one to go against the cliche.

MasterCornholio1105d ago (Edited 1105d ago )

Nah what call of duty really needs is more fish.

LOL

I only hope that the dog doesn´t end up being a gimmick in the game.

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