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Submitted by DaveM 347d ago | opinion piece

How it can be improved: League Play, Part 2

Stagnation has always been a rooting problem for Call of Duty, with the past few titles being particularly dry as they enter their final few months. Generally, this is due to the fact that players know the next instalment is on the horizon, but it's often due to the repetitive nature of the game - you can only play the same maps and game modes over and over for a certain amount of time before things get increasingly boring... (Activision, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Treyarch, Xbox 360)

TomShoe  +   348d ago
They need to penalize quitting out very harshly. It's extremely frustrating when I'm playing league with no-mic randoms and one quits out at the beginning, leaving the rest of us to get destroyed.

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