Call of Duty Ghosts Gameplay on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Show

Infinity Ward executive producer Mark Rubin lets Jimmy, Elijah Wood and Grant Bowler test drive the newest installment of the Call of Duty franchise.

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allformats1044d ago

I'm telling you guys, I was thinking about skipping this but that DOG! DON'T KILL RILEY!

xHeavYx1044d ago

Wow, it takes less than 1 second for a dog to break a man's neck, lions must be proud

dantesparda1044d ago

I was thinking the same thing, the dog takes out people to quickly. Unfortunately, i think they have to do it like that so people dont get bored. I also dont like how everybody runs from the dog rather than try and shoot it. But once again, i think they do that to give the dog a better fighting chance, but it kills the reality

first1NFANTRY1044d ago (Edited 1044d ago )

Meh looks like the same thing we've been experiencing this entire gen. The dog is a good addition I guess if you like that kind of thing. Still getting BF4 and KZ:SF for my fps fix.

Belking1044d ago

"looks like the same thing we've been experiencing this entire gen"

So do the games you mentioned. The same with prettier graphics.

Pixel_Enemy1044d ago

While I won't deny that because you are kind of right, Killzone and BF aren't tired out series. They aren't released every single year for the past 6 years so to many, it is something new.

Swiftcricket1044d ago

While not making huge strides, BF4 and KZ:SF at least look like they're trying to add a little more to them than CoD. I like how both are opening up their campaigns a bit, KZ in particular.

NihonjinChick1044d ago

I hear they're actually attempting to make a story that makes sense.

MegaMohsi1044d ago

That won't last long. I'm waiting for CoD: Aliens

xtremexx1044d ago

finally i get to see more of that amazing Dog technology. absolutely ground breaking.

CaEsAr-1044d ago

Barking with Kinect. Welcome to the next gen people.

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