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Submitted by s8anicslayer 564d ago | opinion piece

Is "Call Of Duty" Becoming Too Propagandistic?

Millions of people play Call of Duty, and even in spite of Ghosts' sales not quite hitting the same fever pitch as Black Ops II's, the series' legacy – and influence – has taken hold to the point where it likely won't diminish with any severity any time soon. But what are the broader implications that a war games series like this contains? (Call of Duty: Ghosts, PC, PS3, PS4, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

Pozzle  +   564d ago
"Propagandistic"

I just learned a new word today.
n4rc  +   564d ago
Funny.. I saw that and thought they just made up a new word.. Lol
WolfOfDarknesss  +   564d ago
I prefer B f4
sobekflakmonkey  +   564d ago
somebody didn't read the articlleeeeee...
ewstokes  +   564d ago
Propagandistical*

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