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Submitted by FanOfRootBeer 476d ago | opinion piece

In Defense of Call of Duty

CCC says: "I feel safe postulating that a good portion of people who clicked the link that brought them here did so looking for a fight. An increasingly vocal number of people will not be interested in buying this year’s Call of Duty. Perhaps they write it off as a fatigued franchise, gone the way of Tony Hawk and Guitar Hero; two other Activision-owned properties." (Culture)

FateoftheGame  +   476d ago
Your final line was great. People forget that playing certain games don't make you hardcore; it's how much time you put into a game, and how great you become at a game, that defines hardcore.

I'm not a Call of Duty fan, but I did have a lot of fun playing Nazi Zombies in World at War.
LizardLordMaltbeast  +   476d ago
Thanks for reading it!

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